L'Arpeggiata: Early-Music Pioneers at Carnegie Hall
Lovers of early music can look forward to four nights of exquisite and diverse music next March when Christina Pluhar and L'Arpeggiata become Carnegie Hall's first early-music Perspectives artists.
Currently participating in the Musikfestspiele Potsdam Sanssouci in Germany, L'Arpeggiata performs four programs over four nights from March 14 through 17—All'Improvviso: Ciaccone, Bergamasche E Un Po' Di Follie; Via Crucis; La Tarantella: Antidotum Tarantulae; and Los Impossibles: Spanish and Neapolitan Music from the 17th Century.
Included in the program for the first concert is Cazzati's beautiful Ciaccona. Here's a taste of what audiences at that concert can expect.
March 14, 2012 L'Arpeggiata: All'Improvviso: Ciaccone, Bergamasche E Un Po' Di Follie
March 15, 2012 L'Arpeggiata: Via Crucis
March 16, 2012 L'Arpeggiata: La Tarantella: Antidotum Tarantulae
March 17, 2012 L'Arpeggiata: Los Impossibles: Spanish and Neapolitan Music from the 17th Century