Caldara: In lagrime stemprato (Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo) - Ana Torbica and New Trinity Baroque
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Caldara: In lagrime stemprato (Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo) - Ana Torbica and New Trinity Baroque

Aria of Maddalena "In lagrime stemprato" from Antonio Caldara's oratorio "MADDALENA AI PIEDI DI CRISTO" ("Magdalene at the Feet of Christ"), composed in Venice in c.1698. This is the excerpt from the performance in concert, presented on September 19, 2020 at the church of St. Peter during the 15th International Belgrade Early Music Festival, and in honor of the 350 anniversary since the composer's birth. Featuring soprano Ana Torbica with the Baroque Orchestra of the Festival, compiled of the members of the ensemble New Trinity Baroque and participants of the Belgrade Baroque Academy. Directed from the chamber organ by Predrag Gosta. The concertmaster is Simone Pirri. ABOUT US ----------------------------------------------------- Hailed by the critics as “defined, gripping, thoughtful, full of temperament, fearless” (Concert Artists Guild, New York), NEW TRINITY BAROQUE has been recognized as one of the leading early music ensembles in the world today. Founded in London in 1998, and having its base in Atlanta (USA) for many years, the ensemble has been following its founder Predrag Gosta and frequently collaborates with various international soloists from the UK, Italy, Germany, Croatia, Switzerland, Sweden, etc. The group performs on period instruments or historical replicas of the instruments from the 17th and 18th centuries. Its repertoire ranges from chamber to orchestral, from oratorios and operas, and its styles from Renaissance to Classical. Notable performances from the past include Monteverdi’s “Vespers”, J.S. Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio”, Pergolesi’s “La Serva Padrona”, Buxtehude’s “Membra Jesu Nostri”, Caldara's "Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo" and more. As an active recording ensemble, NTB published 10 CDs - the latest one featuring Buxtehude’s cantatas “Membra Jesu Nostri”. The musicians of NTB also tour regularly, where they appeared at festivals such as the Korkyra Baroque and the Varaždin Baroque Evenings Festival (Croatia), Sastamala Gregoriana (Finland), and the Belgrade Early Music Festival (Serbia), as well as early music festivals in Boston, Amherst and Charleston (USA). HOW ELSE TO REACH US ----------------------------------------------------- ▶ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/newtrinitybaroque ▶ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/newtrinitybaroque ▶ TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/newtrinitybaroq ▶ WEBSITE: http://www.newtrinitybaroque.org ▶ EMAIL FOR ENGAGEMENT INQUIRIES: info@newtrinitybaroque.org ▶ TO DONATE: http://www.paypal.me/newtrinitybaroque ▶ REGULAR CONTRIBUTIONS: http://www.patreon.com/newtrinitybaroque Thank you for visiting our channel. If you liked this video, we would very much appreciate if you give us a like, as well as subscribe. Your support will enable us to continue providing more quality content in the future. #baroquearia #oratorio #caldara #earlymusic #baroquemusic #maddalena #predraggosta
Telemann: Viola Concerto in G major - Ana Torbica and New Trinity Baroque, dir. Predrag Gosta
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Telemann: Viola Concerto in G major - Ana Torbica and New Trinity Baroque, dir. Predrag Gosta

New Trinity Baroque and Ana Torbica perform Telemann's Viola Concerto in G major, directed by Predrag Gosta. MOVEMENTS/CHAPTERS: 00:00 1st Movement 02:49 2nd Movement 05:32 3rd Movement 08:47 4th Movement MUSICIANS: - Ana Torbica, baroque viola soloist - Dušica Blaženović and Ivana Zavišić, baroque violins - Srdjan Stanić, baroque cello - Darko Karajić, archlute - Predrag Gosta, harpsichord, chamber organ and direction ABOUT US ----------------------------------------------------- Hailed by the critics as “defined, gripping, thoughtful, full of temperament, fearless” (Concert Artists Guild, New York), NEW TRINITY BAROQUE has been recognized as one of the leading early music ensembles in the world today. Founded in London in 1998, and having its base in Atlanta (USA) for many years, the ensemble has been following its founder Predrag Gosta and frequently collaborates with various international soloists from the UK, Italy, Germany, Croatia, Switzerland, Sweden, etc. The group performs on period instruments or historical replicas of the instruments from the 17th and 18th centuries. Its repertoire ranges from chamber to orchestral, from oratorios and operas, and its styles from Renaissance to Classical. Notable performances from the past include Monteverdi’s “Vespers”, J.S. Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio”, Pergolesi’s “La Serva Padrona”, Buxtehude’s “Membra Jesu Nostri”, Caldara's "Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo" and more. As an active recording ensemble, NTB published 10 CDs - the latest one featuring Buxtehude’s cantatas “Membra Jesu Nostri”. The musicians of NTB also tour regularly, where they appeared at festivals such as the Korkyra Baroque and the Varaždin Baroque Evenings Festival (Croatia), Sastamala Gregoriana (Finland), and the Belgrade Early Music Festival (Serbia), as well as early music festivals in Boston, Amherst and Charleston (USA). HOW ELSE TO REACH US ----------------------------------------------------- ▶ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/newtrinitybaroque ▶ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/newtrinitybaroque ▶ TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/newtrinitybaroq ▶ WEBSITE: http://www.newtrinitybaroque.org ▶ EMAIL FOR ENGAGEMENT INQUIRIES: info@newtrinitybaroque.org ▶ TO DONATE: http://www.paypal.me/newtrinitybaroque ▶ REGULAR CONTRIBUTIONS: http://www.patreon.com/newtrinitybaroque Thank you for visiting our channel. If you liked this video, we would very much appreciate if you give us a like, as well as subscribe. Your support will enable us to continue providing more quality content in the future. #baroquemusic #earlymusic #baroqueopera #operaarias
MONTEVERDI Toccata and Prologue (from "L'Orfeo") - XV Belgrade Baroque Academy (2020)
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MONTEVERDI Toccata and Prologue (from "L'Orfeo") - XV Belgrade Baroque Academy (2020)

Incredible artists of the Belgrade Baroque Academy perform the Toccata and the Prologue from Monteverdi's masterpiece "L'Orfeo". This recording comes from the concert presented at the Church of St. Peter in Belgrade on 29 September 2020, and it features soprano soloist Ana Torbica with the instrumental ensemble of the 15th Belgrade Baroque Academy, which includes members of New Trinity Baroque (as mentors) and the Academy participants. Chapters and Lyrics: 00:00 Toccata PROLOGUE (La Musica) 01:41 First Ritornello 02:19 Dal mio Permesso amato a voi ne vegno, incliti eroi, sangue gentil de' regi, Di cui narra la fama eccelsi pregi, Né giunge al ver, perch'è tropp'alto il segno. 02:59 Ritornello 03:16 Io la Musica son, ch'ai dolci accenti So far tranquillo ogni turbato core, Et or di nobil ira et or d'amore Poss'infiammar le più gelate menti. 03:52 Ritornello 04:09 Io su cetera d'or cantando soglio Mortal orecchio lusingar talora; E in questa guisa all'armonia sonora Della lira del ciel più l'alme invoglio. 04:47 Ritornello 05:04 Quinci a dirvi d'Orfeo desio mi sprona, D'Orfeo che trasse al suo cantar le fere, E servo fé l'Inferno a sue preghiere, Gloria immortal di Pindo e d'Elicona. 05:40 Ritornello 05:56 Or mentre i canti alterno, or lieti or mesti, Non si mova augellin fra queste piante, Ne s'oda in queste rive onda sonante, Et ogni auretta in suo cammin s'arresti. 06:41 Final Ritornello English Translation: MUSIC From my beloved Permessus I come to you, illustrious heroes, noble scions of kings, whose glorious deeds Fame relates, though falling short of the truth, since the target is too high. I am Music, who in sweet accents can calm each troubled heart, and now with noble anger, now with love, can kindle the most frigid minds. Singing to a golden lyre, I am wont sometimes to charm mortal ears; and in this way inspire souls with a longing for the sonorous harmony of heaven's lyre. Hence desire spurs me to tell you of Orpheus, the immortal glory of Pindus and Helicon, Orpheus who drew wild beasts to him by his singing, and who subjugated Hades by his entreaties. Now while I alternate my songs, now happy, now sad, let no small bird stir among these trees, no noisy wave be heard on these river?banks, and let each little breeze halt in its course. VOCAL SOLOIST: La Musica - Ana Torbica, soprano BAROQUE INSTRUMENTALISTS: Baroque trumpet: Vuk Dajić; Cornetto: David Brutti and Miloš Joksimović Sackbutt: Nikola Petrović, Djordje Antić and Petar Torbica Baroque Violin: Christi Park, Ivana Zavišić, Dušica Blaženović, Aleksandra Mandić, Tara Kostadinović and Dunja Borota Baroque Viola: Gradimir Orbanović and Tijana Dimitrov Basso Continuo: Darko Karajić, chitarrone; Bojana Dimković, chamber organ; Srdjan Stanić, viola da gamba; Vojislav Despotović, violone Directed from the harpsichord by PREDRAG GOSTA ABOUT US: ------------------------------------------------------- Belgrade Baroque Academy is an educational program, founded in 2013 by the Studio for Early Music - an early music society based in Belgrade, Serbia. It is intended to train young singers and period instrumentalists in the historically informed performance through workshops and masterclasses. In one of the most beautiful cities of Southern Europe, Belgrade, young people from all over the world gather several times per year to work with internationally renowned early music artists, exploring the music of the known and unknown composers from the periods from Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism. During the period that ranges from usually a week to up to three weeks, they explore historically informed performance, performing on period instruments and using historically accurate playing and singing techniques. Every masterclass culminates with a final public concert at one of the acoustical concert venues or churches in Belgrade, and all participants receive Certificates signed by the master teachers. Some projects extend even beyond, since BBA also offers other performing opportunities or repeat performances in other venues or cities in the area. HOW ELSE TO REACH US ----------------------------------------------------- ▶ INSTAGRAM: instagram.com/belgradebaroqueacademy ▶ FACEBOOK: facebook.com/belgradebaroqueacademy ▶ WEBSITE: http://www.belgradebaroqueacademy.com ▶ EMAIL FOR INQUIRIES: info@belgradebaroqueacademy.com Thank you for visiting our channel. Don't forget to give us a "LIKE", and if you would like to see more of our performances, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to this channel as well. Your support will enable us to continue providing quality content in the future. #baroquemusic #baroquefestival #earlymusic #periodinstruments #baroqueopera #operaarias #monteverdi
De Lalande: Ballet Suite - Ana Torbica (baroque viola) and New Trinity Baroque
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De Lalande: Ballet Suite - Ana Torbica (baroque viola) and New Trinity Baroque

Michel-Richard de Lalande (1657-1726): Ballet Suite for Viola and Basso continuo (after the transcription by Nils Mönkemeyer). Featuring Ana Torbica as the baroque viola soloist, with New Trinity Baroque members Srdjan Stanić (viola da gamba), Darko Karajić (chitarrone) and Predrag Gosta (chamber organ). CHAPTERS/MOVEMENTS: 00:00​ Ouverture (from “Cardenio”) 03:42​ Bourée (from “Cardenio”) 04:35​ Air de Paysan et de Paysanne (from “L’Inconnu”) 05:26​ Air pour un Nyais et une Nyaise (from “L’Inconnu”) 07:08​ 1er et 2e Tambourin (from “Ballet de Jeunesse”) ABOUT US: Hailed by the critics as “defined, gripping, thoughtful, full of temperament, fearless” (Concert Artists Guild, New York), NEW TRINITY BAROQUE has been recognized as one of the leading early music ensembles in the world today. Founded in London in 1998, and having its base in Atlanta (USA) for many years, the ensemble has been following its founder Predrag Gosta and frequently collaborates with various international soloists from the UK, Italy, Germany, Croatia, Switzerland, Sweden, etc. The group performs on period instruments or historical replicas of the instruments from the 17th and 18th centuries. Its repertoire ranges from chamber to orchestral, from oratorios and operas, and its styles from Renaissance to Classical. Notable performances from the past include Monteverdi’s “Vespers”, J.S. Bach’s “Christmas Oratorio”, Pergolesi’s “La Serva Padrona”, Buxtehude’s “Membra Jesu Nostri”, Caldara's "Maddalena ai piedi di Cristo" and more. As an active recording ensemble, NTB published 10 CDs - the latest one featuring Buxtehude’s cantatas “Membra Jesu Nostri”. The musicians of NTB also tour regularly, where they appeared at festivals such as the Korkyra Baroque and the Varaždin Baroque Evenings Festival (Croatia), Sastamala Gregoriana (Finland), and the Belgrade Early Music Festival (Serbia), as well as early music festivals in Boston, Amherst and Charleston (USA). Thank you for visiting our channel. If you liked this video, we would very much appreciate if you give us a like, as well as subscribe. Your support will enable us to continue providing more quality content in the future. HOW ELSE TO REACH US ----------------------------------------------------- ▶ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/newtrinitybaroque ▶ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/newtrinitybaroque ▶ TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/newtrinitybaroq ▶ WEBSITE: http://www.newtrinitybaroque.org ▶ EMAIL FOR ENGAGEMENT INQUIRIES: info@newtrinitybaroque.org ▶ TO DONATE: http://www.paypal.me/newtrinitybaroque ▶ FOR REGULAR CONTRIBUTIONS: http://www.patreon.com/newtrinitybaroque #DeLalande #BaroqueViola #earlymusic #baroquemusic #baroquefestival #baroqueopera #operaarias