Ensemble Salomone Rossi
Jewish tradition and Christianity in music
Nicolò Balducci, countertenor – Angelica Disanto, soprano
Sacred cantatas, Psalms, and music from Oratorios for two or more voices, from the 17th and 18th century repertoire, with singers and instruments.
Jewish and Christian sacred music for voices and instruments: two traditions in comparison, which intertwine and inspire each other, as in Salomone Rossi, Benedetto Marcello and C.G. Lidarti.
Instrumental music by composers such as Handel and Locatelli, who admired and knew the work of Benedetto Marcello, performed the Psalms in England, and spread knowledge in Holland.
We propose an intertwining of cultures, the union between Jewish tradition and music from the Western world, new musical horizons, new proposals.
For this program, the presence of a minimum of 3 to 10 singers and musicians is expected.
The Friends of the University of Jerusalem Association supports all the activities of the Salomone Rossi Ensemble
Da Spotify: CD “Benedetto Marcello Psalms and Sonatas”
Salmo 21, “Quai giovenchi feroci” – mezzosoprano Marta Fumagalli
Salmo 21, “Annunziato alle future genti” – mezzosoprano Marta Fumagalli
Salmo 42, “Da un popolo che a te non fu” – basso Laurence Meikle
Da Spotify: CD “Salmi e sonate di Benedetto Marcello”
Benedetto Marcello, Sonata in Fa maggiore, Adagio – violino Lydia Cevidalli
Dalla tournée di concerti in Francia, ottobre 2021
Salmo 21 da “L’Estro poetico armonico”
Intonazione “Shofet kol haaretz” e Aria “Non tardi dunque il tuo soccorso”
Da “L’Estro poetico armonico”
Intonazione Odechà ki anitani e Aria Cui l’empio