LISTENING AND EXPLANATION OF CHOIRS AND ARIAS
When we take a stroll in a city, nature or a significant place, we move calmly, observing what is around us, we admire details and things that we may never have notced before, taking a walk means taking time to see and get a better taste of our surroundings.
The event on Sunday 27 September, from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm (with free admission) intends to take a stroll among some choirs and arias of Handel’s Messiah, an immense and never outdated work.
The Choir, the Soloists and the Orchestra of the Collegium Vocale of Crema offer an afternoon of listening to and understanding some pieces of the Haendelian opera, highlighting their structure, construction and execution.
The conductor, Giampiero Innocente, will offer a refection moving between music, texts and symbols that often require preparatory moments like these for a deeper insight to therefore appreciate fully. It is a fascinating journey during which the listener will be asked to pay attention to the hidden details and meanings of one of the most important performances in the history of music.