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G.F. HAENDEL

Georg Friedrich Handel, commonly known as G.F. Handel, was a German-born composer who became one of the most influential figures in Baroque music. Born in 1685 in Halle, Germany, Handel showed early musical talent and received formal training in composition and keyboard. He traveled extensively throughout Europe, absorbing diverse musical styles and influences. Handel’s prolific output includes operas, oratorios, concertos, chamber music, and keyboard works. His most famous compositions include the oratorio “Messiah,” the opera “Rinaldo,” and the “Water Music” suites. Handel’s music is characterized by its grandeur, emotional depth, and melodic richness, earning him widespread acclaim during his lifetime and enduring popularity to this day. Handel’s legacy as a master composer and innovator continues to inspire musicians and audiences worldwide

 

Concert to conclude the Peregrinatio Corporis Celebrations

PAPA PIO X 

Ministro del Vangelo, Pastore per la chiesa

Choir
Venice Monteverdi Academy

Choir Master: Sheila Rech
Soprano: Marta Redaelli
Alto: Miriam Callegaro
Tenor: Alessio Tosi
Bass: Marton Kovacs

Orchestra
Lorenzo da Ponte
on period instruments

Director
Roberto Zarpellon

CONCERT PROGRAMME

The Messiah – Oratorio in 3 parts

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