Handel Concerto grosso in B-flat major, Op 3 No 2 ‘V’adoro, pupille’ from Giulio Cesare
Vivaldi Sinfonia to Ottone in villa
‘Quell’usignolo che innamorato’ from Farnace
‘Amato ben’ from Ercole su’l Termodonte
Concerto for 2 oboes in C major, RV 534
Locatelli Concerto in E-flat major, Op 7 No 6 ‘Il Pianto d’Arianna’
Handel Overture to Agrippina
‘Non ho cor che per amarti’ from Agrippina
‘Ah, mio cor’ from Alcina
Overture to Rinaldo
‘Furie terribili’ from Rinaldo
‘Scherza in mar’ from Lotario
Tafelmusik: translating as ‘music for feasting’, it is a name that, through the revered Toronto-based period performance orchestra, has been synonymous worldwide with dynamic, engaging and soulful performances. Tafelmusik are one of the world’s most widely travelled specialist baroque/classical orchestras, having performed in 350 cities in over 30 countries. As part of an extensive European tour, they make their St George’s Bristol debut with this fiery, passionateprogramme of Handel and Vivaldi, featuring Italian director/violinist Elisa Citterio and Canadian soprano Karina Gauvin.
‘Gauvin knows how to rivet an audience in opera and concert. Her soprano voice is like a clear, refreshing and inexhaustible spring that darts and sparkles around any ornamental obstacle in its way’ Opera News USA
Why not pre-order a sharing platter or soup to enjoy ahead of the concert?
Bookable here or via the link above with your tickets, up to 48 hours ahead of the event.
With soup, bar snacks and ice cream available to order on the night.