7 Aug 2022 Once Only Event
During the middle of the eighteenth century, the court orchestra of the German city of Dresden was the most famous orchestra in all of Europe. Known for its brilliance and virtuosic performances, it pioneered a new kind of sound from composers within its own ranks, whilst attracting luminaries such as Vivaldi and J.S. Bach to write for it.
In this program Adelaide Baroque builds on its highly successful Zelenka project of 2021, recreating the splendour of this orchestra, this time featuring stunning arias from Dresden’s ‘power couple’ – composer Johann Adolf Hasse and his soprano wife Faustina Bordoni – the jewel in Dresden’s crown!
Sally-Anne Russell | Mezzo Soprano
Ben Dollman | Violin / Director / Program Curator
with the Adelaide Baroque Orchestra
Program to Include:
Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto in F for Violin, 2 Horns, 2 Oboes and Bassoon, RV 568
Johann David Heinichen – Concerto in F for 2 Horns, Flute and Violin, S 234
Arias by Johann Adolf Hasse, Antonio Vivaldi and Nicola Porpora
Sunday 7 August | 3.00pm | Elder Hall, Adelaide
Pre-concert talk by Dr Jan Stockigt 2.00pm
Duration: Approximately ninety minutes, including a twenty-minute interval
Price: Adult $55 | Concession $39 (incl. Seniors)
Once Only Event
7 Aug 2022