Concerto Italiano.

 

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Baroque Ensemble. Director: Rinaldo Alessandrini

Concerto Italiano was conceived in 1984. Its history overlaps with that of the rebirth of renaissance music in Italy. Monteverdi, Bach and Vivaldi were the main pivots through which the group was able to renew the language of this era, revealing completely new aesthetics and rhetoric. Three decades later, the recordings of Concerto Italiano are still considered by critics and the public alike to be important points of reference.

  

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Leave it to the Italians to teach us about beauty. Concerto Italiano’s performance of Monteverdi’s Vespers for the Blessed Virgin was all about effortlessly flowing beautiful singing.”
The West Australian

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