Antonio Vivaldi

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Italian baroque composer and violinist (1675-1741)

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The performance consisted of six widely varied contemporary dance pieces, set to music by composers as diverse as Antonio Vivaldi, Meredith Monk, Mario Lavista, Steve Reich and Maurice Ravel.
Of the 18th Century Antonio Vivaldi opera, he said: "It's not being put on specifically for the Olympics but clearly it's being put on as part of Olympic year.
With Psalms, the Stabat Mater and Magnificat there was a huge variety of tone and colour, showing the versatility of Antonio Vivaldi.
Since the Moscow IAML Conference, our main publication series (ISSN 0784-0322) has increased with four new titles, all revised editions of uniform title catalogues made by Heikki Poroila and covering the works of George Frideric Handel, Franz Schubert, Dmitrij Sostakovi, and Antonio Vivaldi.
Young and talented performers played selections by Wolfgang Mozart, Johann Bach and Antonio Vivaldi.
Referring to one of Venice's best-known musicians, he added: "The great Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi wrote the beautiful symphony The Four Seasons.
Kremer is known for his wide-ranging repertoire, extending from Antonio Vivaldi and J.
55 Catterick Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741), known as Il Prete Rosso (the Red Priest), was an Italian composer, priest and virtuoso violinist.
This concert includes selections from Bohemian born German baroque master Jan Dismas Zelenka pitted against the music of Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi.
Red Priest are named after the flamehaired priest Antonio Vivaldi and their innovative approach stems from the belief that baroque music is, and always was, supposed to entertain.
Intended for young readers age seven to eleven, I, Vivaldi is a children's picturebook story about the childhood of classical violinist and composer Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741).
In the case of Fabio Biondi and his Europa Galante ensemble, that is clearly the work of Antonio Vivaldi.
The better ones were the real movement pieces, such as the opener, Of Apes and Angels to Antonio Vivaldi, or the closer, Cracked Earth v4.
Top of the dinner-party pops was not Robbie Williams or George Michael but the 17th century classical composer Antonio Vivaldi.
Mikkelsen brings the distant, eighteenth-century world of the Venetian courtesan Cecilia Capirosso to life, making Venice not only the setting for her story but also one of its characters, a vibrant, illustrious, gilded one, in a tale of life, love, music, and one very special musician-composer, the brilliant and glorious Antonio Vivaldi.