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Daniel Hope & Orchestra L'Arte Del Mondo - Vivaldi Recomposed


Vivaldi and Max Richter's seasons.

Daniel Hope and Orchestra l'arte del mondo visit the Opera for the first time with Max Richter's recomposed version of Vivaldi's masterpiece The Four Seasons.

The Four Seasons is one of the most famous works of Baroque music, written by Antonio Vivaldi in 1723. Each of the four violin concertos depicts one of the seasons, and the music describes the changing moods and atmosphere of nature throughout the year. Vivaldi also wrote sonnets for each of the concertos.

Vivaldi Recomposed 
Max Richter is known for his modern approach to classical music. In 2012, he released a recomposed version of Vivaldi's Seasons - which has been streamed over a billion times! Tonight's violinist Daniel Hope also played on the album released on Deutsche Grammophon, and has since travelled extensively with this work. 

At this concert you will hear an acoustic version of Recomposed, which sticks to Vivaldi's original structure and themes. But the concert version, with Daniel Hope's marvellous violin playing, is in no way inferior to the recording, where Richter creates variety with a mixture of classical and electronic elements. One of the most important features is the use of repetition and loops, which almost create a hypnotic and dreamlike atmosphere in the music.

Last Updated: 05/25/2024

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