'A thing of beauty is a joy for ever'
Artisto wants to offer a forum for artistic expression in an inspiring location to the satisfaction of the artists and the public
Artisto organise des performances atistiques dans des sites inspirants qui font honneur aux artistes et pour offrir un moment de beauté et de joie au public.
Artisto wil een podium bieden aan artiesten in historische of inspirerende locaties, om de rijkdom van de compositie en het talent van de artiest tot zijn recht te laten komen en het publiek een ogenblik van welbevinden aan te bieden.
Coming up :
11 May 2018 - 20 h : VENICE, Italy : St George's Anglican church, Campo San Vio, Gran Canale.
PERGOLESI, Stabat Mater - VIVALDI Gloria
Marc Van den Borre, Conductor - Owlen Turchetta, soprano - Domiique Vansande, mezzo - Margherita Gianola, organ
Vivaldi (1678 – 28 July 1741) was an Italian Baroque composer, virtuoso violinist, teacher and cleric. Born in Venice, he is recognized as one of the greatest Baroque composers.Many of his compositions were written for the all-female music ensemble of the Ospedale della Pietà, a home for abandoned children where Vivaldi was employed. Vivaldi also had some success with expensive stagings of his operas in Venice, Mantua and Vienna. After meeting the Emperor Charles VI, Vivaldi moved to Vienna, hoping for preferment. However, the Emperor died soon after Vivaldi's arrival, and Vivaldi himself died, in poverty, less than a year later.
Vivaldi was only 25 when he started working at the orphanage. Over the next thirty years he composed most of his major works while working there. There were four similar institutions in Venice; their purpose was to give shelter and education to children who were abandoned or orphaned, or whose families could not support them. They were financed by funds provided by the Republic. The boys learned a trade and had to leave when they reached the age of fifteen. The girls received a musical education, and the most talented among them stayed and became members of the Ospedale's renowned orchestra and choir.
15 July 2018 -16 h: PARIS : Église St Eugène Ste Cécile, 4 rue du Conservatoire 75009 Paris
ADORAMUS TE - concert de chant religieux - Allegri, Poulenc, Lassus, Dufay, Palestrina, Purcell, Byrd, da Vittora
choeur, Vox Amicorum - chef de choeur, John Padley (UK)
16 till 20 July-Concert tour in BOURGOGNE, France
17 July Basilique de Vézelay
ADORAMUS TE - chants religieux renaissance (15ème et 16ème siècle)
18 July Centre Hospitalier La Chartreuse-
BONJOUR MON COEUR - concerts d'été
Allegri, Encina, Arbeau, Arcadelt, Tourdillions, Lassus, Dufay, Tallis
28 October 2018, 16 h - Paris, Madeleine Church, France
Requiem DURUFLÉ - Vox Amicorum, choir - John Padley, conductor - Gavin Roberts, organ - Olwen Lintern-myth, soprano Romain Dayez, Bariton
Duruflé (1902 – 1986) was a French composer, organist, and teacher. highly critical of his own compositions. He published only a handful of works and often continued to edit and change pieces after publication. His Requiem was published in 1948 by the French firm Durand. It had been commissioned six years earlier under the collaborationist Vichy regime, but Duruflé was still working on it in 1944 when the regime collapsed and in fact did not complete it until the year of publication.At the time of commission, Duruflé was working on an organ suite using themes from Gregorian chants. He incorporated his sketches for that work into the Requiem, which uses numerous themes from the Gregorian "Mass for the Dead. The composer dedicated the Requiem to the memory of his father. In 1927, Louis Vierne nominated him as his assistant at Notre-Dame. Duruflé and Vierne remained lifelong friends, and Duruflé was at Vierne's side acting as assistant when Vierne died at the console of the Notre-Dame organ on 2 June 1937.