From 2011 to 2017, the Venetian Centre for Baroque Music was the international reference point for Venetian baroque music and opera. At the centre’s invitation, the best specialists of the repertoire have performed, in coproduction with several major local and international organizations, many revivals of masterpieces of the golden age of Venetian music, defined by the figures of Claudio Monteverdi and Antonio Vivaldi. Throughout six festivals and several concerts seasons, Jordi Savall, Rinaldo Alessandrini, Les Arts Florissants, Leonardo García Alarcón, Gabriel Garrido, Andrea Marcon, Il Pomo d’Oro, Vincent Dumestre and Benjamin Lazar, among others, have performed in some of the most beautiful locations in Venice (Doge’s Palace, Saint Mark’s Basilica, Teatro La Fenice and other historic palaces of the city). At the same time, the Centre has conducted an activity of research through conferences and publications. In 2017, the Venetian Centre for Baroque Music became the Fondazione delle Arti – Venezia wherein its activity extended beyond a purely musical realm. Supported by the Club delle Arti, the Fondazione delle Arti – Venezia acts for Venetian cultural life across several artistic disciplines. Visit the website of the Foundation to discover more.

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