Early Music Festival
Why do we like early music so much? Because it’s new! Indeed, with each performance of works of past centuries, we always get some unexpected, previously unsuspected, astonishing experience. The festive glitter of Venice heard in the bright sound of the trumpet, as explored and interpreted by Gábor Boldoczki and the Wrocław Baroque Orchestra. The encounter between the cerebral, elegantand inexhaustibly imaginative Rameau and heroes of mythology will be evoked by the world-class soloists in the production by György Vashegyi and his Purcell Choir and Orfeo Orchestra: Judith van Wanroij, Véronique Gens, Reinoud Van Mechelen and Tassis Christoyannis. And Bach’s cello suites will have their musical universality revealed in the hands of István Várdai. If you’re searching for novelty, then dig deep – listen to what’s old!