Apollo's Fire Baroque Orchestra feat. Philippe Jaroussky

Friday, October 28, 2011
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm, Royce Hall - Auditorium

Händel and Vivaldi Fireworks - Presented by UCLA Live

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Acclaimed French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky has taken Europe by storm and is just now making big waves in the U.S. He is the modern successor of the castrati—Italian singers of the 18th century who were known for their high, pure voices. Jaroussky makes his Los Angeles debut at UCLA Live with Cleveland’s Apollo’s Fire, one of the country’s leading baroque orchestras known for its animated creativity and emotionally communicative performances. Together these artists explore the full dramatic range of Handel and Vivaldi’s arias for the virtuoso singers of the 18th century. Program: Handel's "Disperato il mar turbato” from Oreste Handel's "Con l’ali di costanza” from Ariodante Vivaldi's "Concerto for Four Violins in B Minor Vivaldi's "Se in ogni guardo” from Orlando Finto Pazzo Vivaldi's "Se mai senti spirati sul volto” from Catone in Utica Vivaldi's "La Folia" (arr. Sorrell) Handel's "Vedro con mio diletto” rom Giustino Vivaldi's "Nel profondo” from Orlando Furioso

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