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Thursday 12 December, Notes to the Museum - the musical review of theWork of Santa Maria del Fiore with the artistic direction of Francesco Ermini Polacci - celebrates Christmas in music, and does so with a rich florilegio of famous but also rare instrumental pages from the Italian Baroque era, directly inspired by the most awaited festival of the year. From Corelli, with the well-known Concert "Made for Christmas Eve", to Manfredini, from Scarlatti to Torelli and Vivaldi, the program was specially designed to evoke suggestive Christmas atmosphere of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

To revive them, with the sounds of period instruments and philological style, is the Italian group Concert of the Knights, with Federico Guglielmo principal violin, and under the baton of its founder Marcello Di Lisa. A formation that has gained its international notoriety thanks to the rediscovery of unpublished eighteenth-century Italian scores, also documented by an articulated and award-winning recording activity, and collaborations with notable singers such as Daniela Barcellona, ​​Vivica Genaux, Ann Hallenberg, Andreas Scholl.

Thursday 12 December 2019, 21.00 hours
Free admission with reservation required (subject to availability of places available):
Thursday 5 December (9.00 hours - 12.00)
- Concierge of the Ancient Rectory of San Giovanni (Piazza S. Giovanni 7)
- online at https://operaduomo.firenze.it/eventi

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