Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi
Serchio delle Muse presents a special opportunity to hear the virtuoso violinist Antonio Aiello, play with the baroque Ensemble Arché, Vivaldi’s Four Seasons in the Romanesque church of Santa Maria at Loppia.
At least once a week throughout the year Antonio Aiello performs as soloist and conductor of the orchestra I Virtuosi Italiani at the church of Santa Maria della Visitazione in Venice, known as Della Pietà. This was where Vivaldi was a violin teacher from1703 to 1718, and where he composed the Four Seasons.
The Arché Orchestrawas founded by the initiative of M° Francesco Pasqualetti, where at the theatre Verdi at Pisa it had its debut at the New Year’s Eve concert in2012. Within the orchestra there is a baroque ensemble, made up of members who in their studies and artistic path, have excelled at performance on original instruments.
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