Insights & Sounds: Vivaldi’s Juditha Triumphans
John V. Sinclair, conductor | Members of the Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra
Caitlin Mohr, soprano
Morgan Davis Peckels, mezzo-soprano
John Grau, tenor
Juan Tomás Martínez, baritone
ANTONIO VIVALDI Juditha Triumphans
Juditha Triumphans, Vivaldi’s only surviving oratorio, tells the compelling story of a biblical heroine. Through conversation and performance, Professor Sinclair and the musicians bring Vivaldi’s poignant story to life.
This concert is part of Insights & Sounds, a new series that will take sharp focus on a theme, combining great music is discussion. These concerts are perfect for classical music connoisseurs who wish to expand their knowledge and classical music novices who would like to explore classical music’s significance.
Francesco del Cairo, Italian, 1607-1665
Judith with the Head of Holofernes, c. 1630-1635
Collection of The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, the State Art Museum of Florida, a division of Florida State University
This painting will be on view at Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College from September 8 to December 12, 2018 as part of Dangerous Women | Selections from the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
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