Vivaldi. “Four Seasons”
Running time:
2 parts by 45 minutes
6+

Рrogramme:

Vivaldi
Le quattro stagioni (Four Seasons)
Cantata Cessate omai, cessate, RV 684

Soloist Dmitry Sinkovsky, countertenor


The programme is subject to change

8 March 2019 Friday 19.00 Grand Hall
19.00 Grand Hall

Vivaldi. “Four Seasons”

La Voce Strumentale
Soloist and conductor – Dmitry Sinkovsky
Soloists:
Luca Pianca, lute
Maria Krestinskaya, violin
Elena Davydova, violin
Svetlana Ramazanova, violin


“Virtuosity, subtlety, expression, and artistic imagination are characteristic of Dmitry Sinkovsky”, Le Monde wrote.

Dmitry Sinkovsky is one of the few Russian worldwide recognized baroque musucians. Moreover, he enjoys, so to say, triple recognition: as violinist, conductor, and countertenor.
Dmitry Sinkovsky won a few international music competitions: Bach Competition in Lepzig, Musica Antiqua Competition in Bruges, Teleman Competition in Magdeburg, and Austrian International Biber Competition. He frequently works with prominent musicians such as Teodor Currentzis, Andreas Scholl, Alexander Rudin, Skip Sempé…

Sinkovsky the countertenor sang duo with prominent soprano Julia Lezhneva and the famous Brandenburg Orchestra in Bolshoi Theatre.He is signed to Naïve, a classical French record label.

In the season of 2012/13 Sinkovsky the conductor led the Italian baroque orchestra Il Pomo d’Orо, which performed “Drama Queens”, a programme of mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato, during more than 30 shows in Europe, USA, and Asia.

In 2011, Dmitry Sinkovsky had founded La Voce Strumentale, and the ensemble quickly gained recognition as one of the most promising European baroque collectives.
Today, La Voce Strumentale tour Europe and world, while in Russia it is know a little bit less.

The outstanding Italian lute player Luca Pianca is in its line-up, and in “Zaryadye” he will perform Vivaldi’s Concerto in D Major for Lute and Strings. And Dmitry Sinkovsky will show all of his roles, for he would conduct, play solo in “Four Seasons”, and sing in Vivaldi’s “Cessate omai, cessate”.