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Salzburg Festival – Sonya Yoncheva

Author: Unitel

Bulgarian soprano Sonya Yoncheva, conductor Leonardo García Alarcón and Cappella Mediterranea create a Baroque evening of fascinating beauty.

  • Sonya Yoncheva | Copyright: © Marco Borrelli / Unitel

    Sonya Yoncheva © Marco Borrelli / Unitel

Contemplative, dramatic, spirited, lively – and all these facets united by absolute beauty and perfection: This describes the Baroque Evening in Salzburg’s Haus für Mozart. Sonya Yoncheva dedicated her recital to 17th- and 18th-Century music, together with Argentinian conductor Leonardo García Alarcón and his Cappella Mediterranea, all renowned specialists in baroque music.
Vocal and instrumental music by Monteverdi, Purcell, Cavalli, Dowland and many others enchants the public – and a surprise, when Sonya Yoncheva proves with an encore how much Folk & Pop and Baroque music have in common…

English title SONYA YONCHEVA, LEONARDO GARCÍA ALARCÓN, CAPPELLA MEDITERRANEA
Original title SONYA YONCHEVA, LEONARDO GARCÍA ALARCÓN, CAPPELLA MEDITERRANEA
Genre Concert
Recording location Haus für Mozart, Salzburg
Recording date 14 August 2020
Production year 2020
Duration 90 min.
Video format UHD
Production Company Unitel
Director Ferenc Soeteman
Distribution TV Unitel & C Major for Unitel
Conductor Leonardo García Alarcón
Soloist Sonya Yoncheva (soprano)
Orchestra / Band Cappella Mediterranea
Composer Claudio Monteverdi, Henry Purcell, Francesco Cavalli, John Dowland, Antonio Caldara and many others

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