2017.01.20 19.00

Solti Hall

Monteverdi & Händel: Opera Extracts

Opera Exam Festival

Monteverdi & Händel: Opera Extracts

Royal Irish Academy of Music

Tirsi e Clori
Clori, Tirsi e Fileno, HWV 96
Director: Conor Hanratty Stage and costumes: Maree Kearns Lighting: Kevin Smith Tirsi (Monteverdi): Peter Manning Clori (Monteverdi): Hannah Traynor Ensemble (Monteverdi): Ruth Murphy, Clodagh Kinsella, Eoin Conway, Philip Keegan Tirsi (Händel): Dana Tanase Clori (Händel): Florence Khei Kuan Chong Fileno (Händel): Eoin Conway RIAM Baroque Ensemble Conductor: David Adams

Founded in 1848, Royal Irish Academy of Music has functioned continuously since then, becoming one of the most prestigious and long-running conservatories of music in Europe. Its students arrive for the review of opera exams with works by Monteverdi and Händel: a madrigal and a comic cantata from the bucolic world of the golden age of bygone Greece. Not only was Monteverdi’s composition born in Italy, but the youthful Händel’s too: in 1707, in the service of Marchese Ruspoli. Numerous elements of the cantata of the latter, for many years believed to have been lost, were ‘recycled’ by Händel into several of his operas in a manner typical of this highly economical composer.

Organizer: Liszt Academy Concetre Centre

Tickets: HUF 1 200