JAKUB JÓZEF ORLIŃSKI
Anima Aeterna
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10
Sep 2021

JAKUB JÓZEF ORLIŃSKI

Anima Aeterna

Il pomo d’oro | Francesco Corti

Friday, September 10, 2021 | 19:30 h
Markgräfliches Opernhaus Bayreuth

The award-winning break dancer and hip hop fan Jakub Józef Orliński has leapt into the top ranks of the most sought-after international counter tenors of our time. Whether in the New York Carnegie Hall or the London Wigmore Hall: with his poignantly beautiful, almost ethereal mezzo quality, the young Pole has made the leading concert platforms of this world his home. His interpretation of the aria “Vedro con mio diletto” from Vivaldi’s Griselda in Aix-en-Provence has already had more than 7.4 million hits on YouTube – a record for a counter tenor! But overnight popularity and hype are not his concern. He is far more on a constant quest to discover unknown and almost forgotten works, like those of the mysterious Portuguese Francisco António de Almeida, or Franceso Bartolomeo Conti, thrice spouse of prima donnas. With Anima Aeterna, Jakub Józef Orliński and the electrifying Baroque ensemble Il Pomo d’Oro directed by Francesco Corti are presenting a judiciously selected programme, which combines works of well-known masters like Antonio Vivaldi and George Frideric Handel with rarely heard jewels from the rich treasury of the musical Baroque.

Jakub Józef Orliński – Counter Tenor
Francesco Corti – Harpsichord and Musical Direction
Il Pomo d’Oro

 

PROGRAMM

Janez Krstnik Dolar (um 1620–1673)
Balletto á 4, Nr. 1
Intrada: Adagio. Allegro

Georg Reutter der Jüngere (1708–1772)
La Bertulia liberata
D’ogni colpa la colpa maggiore

Antonio Lotti (1667–1740)
Proh, quantae sunt in orbe strages (Arietta seconda per la Madonna Santissima)

Franceso Bartolomeo Conti (1681–1732)
Salve sis, o Mater pia (Arietta prima per la Madonna Santissima)

Francisco António de Almeida (1702–1755)
La Giuditta
Giusto Dio

Gaetano Maria Schiassi (1698–1754)
Maria Vergine al Calvario
A che si serbano

Baldassare Galuppi (1706–1785)
Concerto á 4 in c-Moll Nr. 4
Grave – Allegro

Bartolomeo Nucci (1695-1779)
Il David trionfante
Dal beato eccelso volo

PAUSE

Antonio Vivaldi (1678–1741)
Beatus Vir (Psalm 112) RV 795
Peccator videbit

Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (1690–1758)
Ciaccona á 6 in A-Dur

Johann Joseph Fux (um 1660–1741)
Il fonte della Salute
Non t’amo per il ciel

Davide Perez (1711–1778)
Messa a 5 voci
Gratias agimus tibi

Georg Friedrich Händel (1685–1759)
Amen, Alleluia. Antiphon in d-Moll HWV 269

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