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In the 17th century, Naples was considered the capital of music, as well as the cradle of the commedia dell’arte and opera. Its renowned conservatories produced outstanding musicians and composers, as well as famous castrati. In a musical expedition through the Seicento napoletano, L’Arpeggiata will perform early Baroque vocal music and Neapolitan folk tunes, alongside highly expressive dances and sacred cantatas.

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Alla Napoletana — Christina Pluhar · L’Arpeggiata 2021: Christina Pluhar (Theorbe / Conductor), João Fernandes (Bass), L’Arpeggiata
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Alla Napoletana — Christina Pluhar · L’Arpeggiata 2021: Vincenzo Capezzuto (Altus), Anna Dego (Dancer), L’Arpeggiata
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Alla Napoletana — Christina Pluhar · L’Arpeggiata 2021: Valer Sabadus (Countertenor), Céline Scheen (Soprano), L’Arpeggiata
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Alla Napoletana — Christina Pluhar · L’Arpeggiata 2021: Alessandro Giangrande (Tenor), L’Arpeggiata
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Alla Napoletana — Christina Pluhar · L’Arpeggiata 2021: Luciana Mancini (Mezzo-soprano), L’Arpeggiata
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Alla Napoletana — Christina Pluhar · L’Arpeggiata 2021: Céline Scheen (Soprano), Valer Sabadus (Countertenor), Luciana Mancini (Mezzo-soprano), Vincenzo Capezzuto (Altus), Alessandro Giangrande (Tenor), João Fernandes (Bass), Christina Pluhar (Theorbe / Conductor), L’Arpeggiata
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