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Max Emanuel Cencic and Pomo d'Oro

In a concert given in Lausanne, countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic joins Pomo d'Oro to perform Italian Baroque music including works by Vivaldi, Albinoni, Gasparini and Caldara.

The Croatian-born countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic teams up with the ensemble Pomo d'oro to perform Baroque Italian music including works by Vivaldi, Albinoni, Gasparini and Caldara.

Cencic made his name as a boy soprano in the Vienna Boys Choir, retrained as a high countertenor, and has gone on to further international success in performing widely varying dramatic roles in opera. In this concert, recorded at last year's Lausanne Bach Festival, Cencic focuses on music which reflects the many colourful moods of Venice - its sweetness, romance, love and death.

58 minutes

Music Played

  • Antonio Vivaldi

    Sinfonia, from 'L'Olimpiade', RV 725

    Director: Riccardo Minasi. Ensemble: Il Pomo d’Oro.

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