Agrippina Ann Hallenberg
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- Giacomo Antonio Perti (1661 - 1756): Nerone fatto Cesare:
- 1Date all'armi o spirti fieri03:58
- Nicola Antonio Porpora (1686 - 1768): L'Agrippina:
- 2Mormorando anch'il ruschello04:39
- 3Con troppo fiere immagini03:54
- Carl Heinrich Graun (1704 - 1759): Britannico:
- 4Se la mia vita, o figlio08:36
- 5Britannico: Mi paventi il figlio indegno08:00
- Giuseppe Maria Orlandini (1676 - 1760): Nerone:
- 6Tutta furie e tutta sdegno03:20
- Johann Mattheson (1681 - 1764): Nero:
- 7Già tutto valore02:49
- Georg Friedrich Händel (1685 - 1759): Agrippina, HWV 6:
- 8Ogni vento04:43
- 9Pensieri, voi mi tormentate06:31
- 10L'alma mia fra le tempeste02:35
- Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767): Germanicus:
- 11Rimembranza crudel06:56
- Paolo Giuseppe Magni (ca. 1650 - 1737): Nerone infante:
- 12Date all'armi o spirti fieri03:03
- Giovanni Battista Sammartini (1701 - 1775): Agrippina, moglie di Tiberio:
- 13Non ho più vele05:55
- 14Deh, lasciami in pace05:28
- Giovanni Legrenzi (1626 - 1690): Germanico sul Reno:
- 15O soavi tormenti dell'alma01:34
- Giacomo Antonio Perti: Nerone fatto Cesare:
- 16Questo brando, questo folgore02:43
Info for Agrippina
The programme presented by Ann Hallenberg for DHM is a homage to the historical roman figure of Agrippina, one of the earliest historical women to inspire the fantasy of librettists and composers. Ann Hallenberg and a team of musicologists researched the musical archives to unearth all surviving operatic manuscripts containing the figure of Agrippina.
Twelve the arias are WORLD PREMIERE RECORDINGS. Apart from Handel’s famous opera ‘Agrippina’ and Telemann’s ‘Germanicus’, all music on this album has been recorded for the first time. This album is also a fascinating journey through the history of baroque opera. The earliest piece, Legrenzi’s ‘Germanico sul Reno’ dates from 1676 and is a typical example of early baroque style. The latest work, Graun’s ‘Britannico’ from 1752, was written only four years before the birth of Mozart, at the very end of the musical baroque period.
The Swedish mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg regularly appears in opera houses and festivals all over the world. Her repertoire includes a large number of leading roles in operas by Rossini, Mozart, Gluck, Handel, Monteverdi, Vivaldi, Purcell, Bizet and Massenet. Equally at home on the concert platform she has built an unusually vast repertoire that spans music from the early 17th century with Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms and Berlioz to 20th century composers such as Mahler and Waxman.
Violonist and conductor Riccardo Minasi was born in Rome in 1978. He has performed both as soloist as well as concertmaster with many period orchestras. As a conductor he directed the Orchestra and Choir of the Opéra National de Lyon, Kammerakademie of Potsdam, Zürcher Kammerorchester, Balthasar Neumann Ensemble. In 2010 he worked as assistant conductor, concertmaster, curator and editor of the critical edition of the opera Norma by Vincenzo Bellini with Cecilia Bartoli and Thomas Hengelbrock. Since its foundation in 2012 he is the conductor of the ensemble Il Pomo d’Oro, with whom he has a full calendar of performances and has already realized many highly awarded recordings.
Il pomo d'oro is an orchestra founded in the 2012 with a special focus on opera, but equally committed to instrumental performance in various formations. The musicians united in this group are among the best to be found worldwide for authentic and vivid interpretation on period instruments.
Il Pomo d'oro
Riccardo Minasi, conductor
The Swedish mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg regularly appears in opera houses and festivals such as Teatro alla Scala Milan, Teatro la Fenice Venice, Teatro Carlo Felice Genoa, Teatro Real Madrid, Theater an der Wien, Opernhaus Zürich, Opéra National Paris, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris, Opéra de Lyon, Opéra du Rhin Strasbourg, Opéra de Lille, Opéra de Bordeaux, Opéra de Dijon, Opéra de Monaco, Théâtre de La Monnaie Brussels, Netherlands Opera Amsterdam, Vlaamse Opera Antwerp, Bayerische Staatsoper München, Staatsoper Berlin, Semperoper Dresden, Norwegian National Opera, Royal Swedish Opera, Salzburg Festival, Edinburgh Festival and the Drottningholm Festival in Stockholm. She is highly sought after as a concert singer and she frequently appears in concert halls throughout Europe and North America.
Ann Hallenberg regularly works with conductors such as Giovanni Antonini, Fabio Biondi, Ivor Bolton, William Christie, Alan Curtis, Ottavio Dantone, Alessandro De Marchi, Marcello Di Lisa, Laurence Equilbey, Diego Fasolis, Adam Fischer, Patrick Fournillier, Sir John Eliot Gardiner, Jane Glover, Pablo González, Emmanuelle Haïm, Daniel Harding, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Philippe Herreweghe, Michael Hofstetter, Paavo Järvi, Bernard Labadie, Louis Langrée, Paul McCreesh, Nicholas McGegan, Riccardo Minasi, Marc Minkowski, Christopher Moulds, Riccardo Muti, Kent Nagano, Sir Roger Norrington, Renato Palumbo, Sir Antonio Pappano, Evelino Pidò, Jérémie Rhorer, Christophe Rousset, Federico Maria Sardelli, Andreas Spering, Jean-Christophe Spinosi, David Stern, Lothar Zagrosek and Alberto Zedda.
Her repertoire includes a large number of leading roles in operas by Rossini, Mozart, Gluck, Handel, Vivaldi, Monteverdi, Purcell, Bizet and Massenet. Equally at home on the concert platform she has built an unusually vast concert repertoire that spans music from the early 17th Century works of Monteverdi and Cavalli, via Mozart, Beethoven, Berlioz, Mahler, Martin and Chausson up to contemporary works of Franz Waxman and Daniel Börtz.
Engagements in 2013 included Mozart's Davide Penitente in Berlin with the Berliner Philharmoniker, Anna in Haydn's Il ritorno di Tobia at the Salzburg Festival, Rossini's Stabat Mater at Teatro Real Madrid, the title role in Handel's Agrippina at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris and Auditorio Nacional de Música Madrid, Dejanira in Hercules in Moscow, Brahms’ Alto Rhapsody at with Frankfurt Radio Orchestra, Pergolesi's Stabat Mater with Los Angeles Philharmonic, Bach's St Matthew Passion in Rome with Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, Bach's Mass in B minor with Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal, Pergolesi's Stabat Mater as well as Traetta's Stabat Mater at Festival Ambronay with Les Talens Lyriques, Bach's Mass in B minor as well as Magnificat in Stockholm with the Swedish Radio Orchestra, Teseo in Handel's Arianna in Creta at Theater an der Wien, Ferrandini's Il Pianto di Maria at the Concertgebouw Amsterdam as well as in Krakow, Tirinto in Handel's Imeneo in Siena, Servilia in Vivaldi's Tito Manlio at Festival Ambronay with Concerto de' Cavalieri, and a concert with arias by Handel, Porpora and Orlandini in Antwerp with Il Pomo d’Oro.
2014 included Farnaspe in Veracini's Adriano in Siria in Konzerthaus Wien, Emilia in Vivaldi's Catone in Utica at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris, Orphée in Gluck's Orphée et Euridice in Lisbon, Schumann's Das Paradies und die Peri in the Gewandhaus Leipzig, Chausson's Le poème de l’amour et de la mer at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées Paris, Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde and Brahms' Vier ernste Gesänge in Philharmonie Berlin, Berlioz' Les nuits d'été in Oviedo, Zaragoza and Budapest with Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique as well as in Skopje with Macedonian Philharmonic Orchestra, Beethoven Symphony No. 9 with Rotterdam Symphony Orchestra, Servilia in Vivaldi's Tito Manlio in Auditorio Nacional in Madrid and Centro Cultural in Lisbon, Mozart's Mass in C minor at the Salzburg Festival, Mahler's Kindertotenlieder in Paris, Poitiers and Gent with Orchestre des Champs Elysées, Vivaldi's Gloria in Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia Rome, arias by Porpora, Broschi, Giacomelli and Leo in Wigmore Hall in London, Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 with Danish National Chamber Orchestra, Beethoven's Missa Solemnis with Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Mozart's Requiem with Barcelona Symphony Orchestra as well as with Orchestra of Teatro Real Madrid and with Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, arias by Handel with Zurich Chamber Orchestra, arias by Mozart, Haydn and Gluck with Drottningholm Festival Orchestra, and arias by Handel, Telemann and Porpora at the Ernen Festival.
2015 has started with Irene in Handel's Tamerlano at Théâtre de La Monnaie Brussels and concerts with arias by Bizet, Saint-Saëns and Mozart in Antwerp.
was born in Rome in 1978. He has performed both as soloist as well as concertmaster with Le Concert des Nations of Jordi Savall, Accademia Bizantina, Concerto Italiano, Il Giardino Armonico, Al Ayre Español, Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di S.Cecilia and Orquesta Sinfónica de Madrid. He has also worked with the Concerto Vocale of René Jacobs, Ensemble 415, Luca Pianca, Viktoria Mullova, Albrecht Mayer, Christophe Coin and Reinhard Goebel. As a conductor he directed the Orchestra and Choir of the Opéra National de Lyon, Kammerakademie of Potsdam, Zürich Kammerorchester, Balthasar Neumann Ensemble, Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, L'Arpa Festante, Recreation-Grosses Orchester of Graz, Attersee-Akademie Orchestra, ensemble Resonanz, European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO), Il Complesso Barocco, Holland Baroque Society and the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, of which he was the associate conductor between 2008 and 2011 . Invited by Kent Nagano he performed as concertmaster at the Belcanto Festival in Knowlton and collaborated as historical advisor for the Montrèal Symphony Orchestra in Canada. In 2010 he worked as assistant conductor, concertmaster, curator and editor of the critical edition of the opera Norma by Vincenzo Bellini with Cecilia Bartoli and Thomas Hengelbrock in Dortmund. In collaboration with Maurizio Biondi he will publish the critical edition of Norma for Baerenreiter in 2014. Since its foundation in 2012 he is the conductor of the ensemble Il Pomo d’Oro, with whom he has a full calendar of performances and has already realized many highly awarded recordings ranging from intrumental to operatic repertoire. From 2004 to 2010 he was professor of chamber music at the Conservatorio V. Bellini of Palermo, he has also given violin and orchestra master-classes, and lectures in historical practice at the Juilliard School of Music in New York, at the Longy School of Music in Cambridge (USA), at the Sibelius Academy of Helsinki, the Chinese Culture University of Taipei (Taiwan), the Conservatory of Sydney (Australia), the Kùks Residence in the Czech Republic, at the Zürich Opera House, at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole and as the italian representative of the jury in 2009, at the auditions for the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO). His recording of Biber’s Rosenkranz Sonaten published by Arts was a finalist at the Midem Classical Award in Cannes as album of the year in 2009. For the next season he will conduct Il Matrimonio segreto at the Zürich Opernhaus, Carmen at the Opéra National de Lyon, Rinaldo at the Theater an der Wien and on tour with Il Pomo d’Oro for Catone in Utica by Vinci, Siroe by Hasse, Tamerlano, Serse and Partenope by Händel.