Conservatorio di Musica di Vicenza “Arrigo Pedrollo”, Dipartimento di Musica Antica

Activities

16 Jan 2022
Suoni antichi alle Gallerie
https://www.gallerieditalia.com
11 / 12 / 2021, h 17.00
Concerti a San Colombano, Bologna
Collezione Tagliavini, San Colombano
Concert by the students of Conservatorio “A. Pedrollo” di Vicenza

Harpsichord class (Maestro Francesco Cera), fortepiano class (Maestro Iolanda Violante) and organ class (Maestro Enrico Zanovello).
19/12/2021
Suoni antichi alle Gallerie
https://www.gallerieditalia.com
4 nov. 2021, h 17.00, Conservatory of Vicenza
Concert-presentation
Johann Mattheson, La grande scuola del Basso Continuo. First Italian edition by Giovanni Verona ed Enrico Zanovello, ed. Armelin

Sopran Jimin Oh - Alto Miriam Callegaro - Bassoon Steno Boesso - Harpsichord Enrico Zanovello and Nicola Lamon
Music by G. P. Telemann and J. Mattheson


7 ottobre 2021, ore 20.30, Venezia, chiesa di San Rocco
1571 - 2021 The battle of Lepanto
Festival Galuppi
Renaissance Ensemble Rinascimentale of the Early Music Department, conservatory of Vicenza
Bettina Hoffmann and Fabio Rovere
music by Andrea Gabriel and Claudio Merulo
3/10/2021, Tempio di S. Corona, Vicenza
Offertorio - duetti per voci e istromenti
Ensemble Early Music – Conservatorio di Vicenza
Nicola Lamon organo
Giorgia Sorichetti soprano, Miriam Callegaro alto, Hirai Harayuki tenore, Rolando Moro basso e Alberto Peretti basso
Matteo Rozzi e Elisa Franzini violini
Rolando Moro violoncello
Musiche di A. Corelli e P.B. Bellinzani
Courses
Presentation
The Department of Early Music at the Conservatory of Vicenza was one of the first in Italy to offer first and second level Academic Degrees (Bachelor and Master) in specific Early Music disciplines. Historically informed performance practices are taught in a whole range of primary instrument and voice courses as well as highly specialized theory and history courses focusing on Early Music.
Media

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Pedro de Escobar, Virgen bendita sin par
Extracted from the reading concert "Tucto il mundo è fantasia - La Relazione di Antonio Pigafetta"
Renaissance ensemble of Conservatorio di Musica di Vicenza, Bettina Hoffmann
Erasmus
Thanks to the Erasmus+ programme, students, faculty and staff of the Conservatory of Vicenza can gain experience and skills through courses of study, teaching and training abroad. The Erasmus+ experience is to be considered not only an enrichment of the transfer of knowledge but also a stimulus for learning to live with people from different cultures, as well as an excellent opportunity for students to discover their personal autonomy.