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Jakub Józef Orliński | countertenor

Il Pomo d’Oro 
Zefira Valova | direction

 

Jakub Józef Orliński: the modern and worthy successor of 18th century castrati.

Jakub Józef Orliński
Jakub Józef Orliński © Jiyang Chen
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Jakub Józef Orliński & Il Pomo d'Oro will have the pleasure to meet you again to perform Facce D'amore Bis on June 28th and 29th 2021 to replace the cancelled concerts of last December 20th.

FACE D’AMORE BIS
Haendel « Stille amare » aria fom Tolomeo Re d’Egitto, 
« Un zeffiro spiro », aria from deRodelinda
Locatelli Concerto a 4, op. 1 n° 11: Largo, Allemanda (Allegro)
Haendel  « Cara sposa », aria from Rinaldo, « Furibondo spira il vento » air extrait de Partenope
Matteis Don Chisciotte in Sierra Morena, Ballo dei Bagatellieri    
Haendel  « Torna sol per un momento », « Cielo ingiusto » aria from Tolomeo Re d’Egitto
Brescianello Ciaccona  
Predieri « Finche salvo e l’amor suo », aria from Scipione il giovane, 
Orlandini / Mattheson  « Che m’ami ti prega », aria from Nerone

 

 

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Handel's great arias are among the greatest "hits" of the lyric repertoire and the reasons for this are easy to understand: On the one hand, the frightening virtuosity of "Furibondo spira il vento" (Partenope) or, even more so, "A dispetto d'un volta ingrato" (Tamerlano); on the other hand, the sublime melodic lines of "Cara Sposa" (Rinaldo) or "Torna sol per un momento" (Tolomeo). But we still need performers who are equal to these marvels... There is no doubt that Jakub Józef Orliński is a worthy successor to the legendary castrati of the 18th century. And it's an understatement to say that the sharp strings of the Pomo d'Oro literally propel their soloist to stratospheric heights!

PRODUCTION Les Grandes Voix

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