La Serenissima

La Serenissima is recognised as the UK’s leading exponent of the music of eighteenth-century Venice and connected composers. Uniquely, the group’s entire repertoire is edited from source material, and it has been praised for its ‘glorious and all-too-rare ability to make one’s pulse race afresh with every new project’ (Gramophone). La Serenissima has become synonymous with virtuosity, dynamism and accessibility, uncovering a plethora of new repertoire and making it available to all through live performance, high calibre recording work, education and outreach initiatives.

‘The group’s talent for exploring unjustly neglected repertoire, as well as an ability to uncover new insights into more familiar works, makes it one of the most vibrant early music ensembles in Europe today.’ – John Gilhooly, Wigmore Hall

La Serenissima takes its name from Venice, the magical North Italian city of winding canals and elegant bridges, traditionally known as the Most Serene Republic of Venice.

Adrian Chandler, director, violin
Jess Dandy, contralto

Georg Phillipp Telemann (1681-1767)
Concerto for 4 violins in G major TWV40:201

Attilio Ariosti (1666-1729)
Caio Marzio Coriolano Act III Scene VIII

Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
Concerto for 4 Violins in B flat major RV553

Georg Phillipp Telemann
Concerto for 4 violins in D major TWV40:202

Giuseppe Valentini (1681-1753)
Concerto for 4 violins in A minor Op. 7 No. 11

Antonio Vivaldi
Amor, hai vinto (II) RV683

Wednesday, March 31, 2021 at 3:30pm ET / 7:30pm GMT
This concert will be available on demand for 90 days after the date of the concert.

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