Friday 4 February 2022 7:30PM

Josè Maria Lo Monaco mezzo-soprano; Oblivion Ensemble

Oblivion

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  • Josè Maria Lo Monaco mezzo-soprano
  • Oblivion Ensemble
  • Andrea de Carlo musical leader, arrangements, viola da gamba
  • Javier Girotto soprano saxophone, quena, percussion
  • Fabio Furia bandoneon
  • Lucia Adelaide di Nicola harpsichord, positive organ
  • Jadran Duncumb theorbo, baroque guitar
  • Amleto Matteucci double bass

Following her debut as Melibea in Il viaggio a Reims at the 2005 Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, the mezzo rose quickly to become a familiar figure in opera houses and concert halls worldwide. Here she joins with a unique musical group led by a wide-ranging Italian musician for a programme with distinct focuses on Monteverdi, the Argentine instigator of nuevo tango, and traditional music from her native Sicily.

    • SPARTENZA
  • Trad/Sicilian
      • Ayo visto lo mappamundi
  • Monteverdi (1567-1643)
      • Orfeo
        • Ahi, caso acerbo
  • Ástor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
      • María de Buenos Aires
        • Tema de María
  • Trad/Sicilian
      • Cu ti lu dissi
    • OLVIDO
  • Ástor Piazzolla
      • María de Buenos Aires
        • Yo soy María
  • Monteverdi
      • L'incoronazione di Poppea
        • Oblivion soave
  • Ástor Piazzolla
      • Oblivion
  • Trad/Sicilian
      • Nici ricordati
  • Monteverdi
      • Lamento d'Arianna: Lasciatemi morire
  • Interval
    • MEMORIA
  • Ástor Piazzolla
      • Chiquilín de Bachín
  • Monteverdi
      • Lamento della ninfa
  • Ástor Piazzolla
      • Los pájaros perdidos
  • Trad/Sicilian
      • Si pi disgrazia iu perdu a Rosa
  • Monteverdi
      • Sì dolce è'l tormento
    • SUEÑOS
  • Ástor Piazzolla
      • Los sueños
      • María de Buenos Aires
        • Yo soy María
  • Monteverdi
      • Ohimè ch’io cado, ohimè
  • Trad/Sicilian
      • Amara terra mia

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