Symphony Orchestra Concert - A. Vivaldi & F.J. Haydn
In a wonderful basilica, in the historic center of Rome. Along via del Corso, via Condotti and Piazza di Spagna.
The program unfolds as a journey through famous compositions that correspond to a poetic and highly evocative vision.
A.Vivaldi "Alla Rustica", Concerto for strings in G major RV 151
A. Vivaldi "The storm of the sea", Concerto in E-flat major for violin, strings and basso continuo op. 8 n. 5, RV 253
A.Vivaldi "Il Cucù", Concerto for violin and strings in A major 335
F.J. Haydn Symphony n. 83 in G minor "La Poule"
Philharmonic Orchestra City of Rome -
Director: M ° LORENZO PORZIO
Admission on a minimum bid of € 10
The basilica of San Lorenzo in Lucina was built in the Protected content Christ.
The facade of the church has a large portico, decorated with six granite columns, with capitals and bases, surmounted by an architrave made from a huge fluted ancient column. On its right, in a backward position, stands a Romanesque bell tower with five orders.
In the central part of the façade, under the triangular tympanum, there are in the center the rosette and, on its sides, two baroque rectangular windows.
The instrument, of exquisite workmanship, was built by the Varese company at the behest of the then titular cardinal Pietro Gasparri, appointed in Protected content Pope Pio X.
The organ has two keyboards of 58 notes each and a concave-radial pedalboard of 27 and is integrally pneumatic-tubular.
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