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Cecilia Bartoli at the Barbican – 25th November 2016



The mezzo soprano Cecilia Bartoli takes us on a journey through some of Handel’s best loved operatic roles. Bartoli’s is one of the most popular voices and personalities on the concert scene and will be joined in this evening’s performance by  Les Musiciens du Prince and Pier Luigi Fabretti on oboe with Jean-Marc Goujon on flute.



Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon

‘Chiudi, chiudi i vaghi rai’, ‘Lascia la spina’ and ‘Come nembo che fugge col vento’ from Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno

Oboe Concerto in G minor, Grave – Allegro

‘Verso già l’alma col sangue’ from Aci, Galatea e Polifemo

Overture from Rinaldo

‘Oh sleep, why dost thou leave me?’ from Semele

‘Oh ecstasy of happiness … Myself I shall adore’ from Semele

Battaglia from Act 3 of Rinaldo

‘Mi deride… Desterò dall’empia Dite’ recitative and aria from Amadigi

‘Felicissima quest’alma’ from Apollo e Dafne

Ouverture and Entrée des songes funestes from Ariodante

‘E vivo ancora? … Scherza infida in grembo al drudo’ from Ariodante

Concerto grosso, b flat major, Largo – Allegro Op 3, No 2

‘Ah, che sol per te, Teseo… M’adora l’idol mio’ from Teseo


Cecilia Bartoli mezzo-soprano

Les Musiciens du Prince

Pier Luigi Fabretti oboe

Jean-Marc Goujon flute

For more information or to book tickets, visit the Barbican website here

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