The Atria Ensemble invites you to follow the journey made by the composer Antonio Caldara during his travels through the different European courts.
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The composer Antonio Caldara contributed enormously to the evolution of Italian vocal music during the Baroque. Considered one of the most prolific authors of his generation, Caldara held important positions in Mantua, Rome and Vienna, at a time when Italian vocal music was undergoing a process of rapid evolution.
Conjunt Atria is an Early Music ensemble that was founded in Barcelona in 2012. Their goals are to transmit a the passion for music through their concerts that have a didactic approach and that aim to break the barriers that often separate musicians from their audiences, while providing listeners with tools to help gain a deeper understanding of the language of Baroque music
Trio Sonata en Sol major Op.1 n.2 (Antonio Caldara)(1693)
Sonata Terza en Si menor Op.10 (Giovanni Legrenzi)(1673)
Trio Sonata en Do major Op.3 n.8 (Arcangelo Corelli)(1689)
Surge Surge! Antífona a solo con violines (Anònim)(1756)**
Jordi Sacasas transcription (APSMP Mus M-1514)
Nürnberger Partita (Johann Joseph Fux)(1701)*
Trio per a clavicèmbal, flauta i violoncel en Sol major n.3 (Franz Xaver Richter)(1759)
Ciaccona Op.2 n.12 (Antonio Caldara)(1699)
Júlia Santos, traverso
Isabel Soteras, violin
Guillem Cabré, violin
Carla Rovirosa, cello
Eva del Campo, harpsichord
Aina Martín, soprano
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