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DMITRY SINKOVSKY (Conductor), RAFFAELE PE (Countertenor), MARIE LYS (Soprano), MIRIAM ALBANO (Mezzo-Soprano), FILIPPO MINECCIA (Countertenor), CHRISTIAN SENN (Baritone) · Theater an der Wien

At the Theater an der Wien, Dmitry Sinkovsky leads the first modern representation of Orpheus by Nicola Porpora including Farinelli’s favorite tunes from all his most successful previous appearances as well as brand new works by Porpora himself.
Allegorica Artists Raffaele Pe (title role), Marie Lys (Euridice), Miriam Albano (Autonoe), Filippo Mineccia (Aristeo) and Christian Senn (Plutone) shall bring back to life on stage this most awaited modern time rediscovery in baroque opera in all his musical splendor.
Completing the cast is Carlotta Colombo (Proserpina). The instrumental support is provided by La Lira di Orfeo.
Date: 22 Jan. 2022

Welcome to Allegorica, PIERRE-EMMANUEL ROUSSEAU!

Allegorica is pleased to announce the worldwide representation of French director Pierre-Emmanuel Rousseau!
In the coming weeks, the Angers Nantes Opera will welcome his production of La Clemenza di Tito – starring Roberta Mameli as Vitellia – which was premiered in March 2020, just before the outbreak of the pandemic, in Rennes.
Théâtre Graslin, Nantes: 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 Dec. 2021
Grand Théâtre, Angers: 16, 18 Jan. 2022


Against all odds and despite the severe COVID restrictions in the, Sonia Prina, Roberta Invernizzi and Arianna Vendittelli shall fly to London to perform Johann Adolf Hasse’s 1726 serenata Semele at London Wigmore Hall. From his violin, Alessandro Ciccolini will lead the Compagnia de Violini.
Date: 6 Jan. 2022
© Edition of Claudio Osele based on the manuscript of the Archiv der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien.

FILIPPO MINECCIA – 8th (!!) solo album · Gasparini Alto Arias

With his 8th (!!) solo album dedicated to opera arias for alto by Francesco Gasparini (1661-1727) and featuring 9 word premiere recordings, Filippo Mineccia continues to pay tribute to composers who are unjustly forgotten nowadays.
One of the most innovative opera composers of the early 18th century, this pupil of Corelli and Legrenzi excelled in mixing opposites – bravura with intimacy, wit with ferocity, simple melodies with complex harmonies.
At Filippo’s side are Paolo Perrone and the Orchestra Nazionale Barocca dei Conservatori Italiani.
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