Orchestre de chambre de Paris
Giuliano Carmignola direction
The art of musical connections by a master of the 18th century Italian baroque.
Giuliano Carmignola © Anna Carmignola
C. P. E. Bach Sinfonia for strings No. 5
Haydn Concerto for violin
C. P. E. Bach Concerto for violin
Haydn Symphony No. 49
Carl Philipp Emanuel, second son of Johan-Sebastien Bach and his first wife Maria Barbara, was certainly the luckiest of the four children of the illustrious Kantor. His work is impressive as it forges a link between the classical style and Pre-Romanticism. The musician coined the wonderful saying “a musician can only move others if he is moved himself.” Violinist and conductor Giuliano Carmignola has made it his own. This 18th century Italian baroque specialist and former first violinist at La Fenice, knows all about the art of singing. In these two works by Haydn, baroque Italy still makes its presence felt. This is the case with his Symphony No. 49 and it is no coincidence that it is called “La Passione”!
Production Orchestre de chambre de Paris
A 19h, l’Entrée en musique et ses invités, par Stéphane Friederich - Entrée libre à partir de 18h45 sur présentation du billet du concert de 20h.