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“Luminaria”, a concert series inside the wonderful St. Paul’s within the Walls Church.


Opera in Roma presents the Musical Event “Luminaria”, a concert series inside the wonderful St. Paul’s Within the Walls Church.
Lose yourself in the candle lights inside the Church and enjoy this suggestive atmosphere, together with the wonderful mosaics and artworks.

When the music will start, prepare yourself to live the magic of this charming moment.


Program details

Sunday 11 November – 6:30 pm
Peter Lukas Graf, Manuela Tiberi, flaut
Claudia Agostini, piano

Music by W. A. Amadeus, A. Roussell, F. Doppler and others

Peter Lukas Graf has entered fully into the history of the flute, with its endless recordings and concerts, without forgetting a significant teaching activity with courses and master classes all over the world. A program that alternates musical "fun" with experimentation. Sonatas and duets that show everything a flute is capable of ... Two highly talented and experienced Italian musicians perform with him.

Sunday 18 November – 6:30 pm

Orchestra Sinfonica Santa Croce
Gioacchino Rossini: Petite Messe Solonnelle
Michele Biki Panitti: Aria

Sabrina Cortese, soprano
Chiara Guglielmi, mezzosoprano
Alessandro Fantini, tenore
Alessio Quaresima Escobar, baritono

Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle belongs to the last period of the great composer's life: already in the title is enclosed, with subtle irony, the serious and solemn character, but at the same time light and spontaneous, of a work that in many ways does not has comparisons and that escapes the rigid classifications of the sacred genre.

More known in its original form (soloists, 2 pianos, harmonium and chorus) we present it in the orchestral version, equally composed by Rossini, a version that enhances its grandiose and passionate breath, without losing its peculiarity of freshness of inspiration.

Some of his arias, duets and solo pieces belong to the repertoire of the greatest opera singers and have rightfully entered into the history of music. The choirs themselves, deliberately in a "serious" liturgical style, however, reach the heights of choral writing and religious inspiration.

Sunday 25 November – 6:30 pm
Cristiano Accardi, Organo – Domenico Parrotta, Oboe
Music by J. S. Bach, G. F.Handel, J. L. Krebs


It is not common to listen to the organ in duo with other instruments, even if there is a fascinating original or transcribed literature, which highlights the wealth of possibilities of the organ as a concert or chamber instrument. The expressiveness of the oboe is enhanced by being accompanied by an apparently very different instrument, but in reality - we must not forget it - it is a wind instrument.

Sonatas and duets by Handel, Mozart, Hummel and other lesser-known authors will enchant us with their elegance and freshness.

Sunday 2 December – 6:30 pm

Ensemble Barocco “Il Diletto”
Sergio Siminovich, Conductor
G. Carissimi: Historia Jephte and music by H. Purcell e C. P. E. Bach

The oratorios of Giacomo Carissimi occupy a place of primary importance in the history of sacred music and beyond. Among the greatest exponents of the Italian baroque, Carissimi defined a melodic musical style of great expressive effectiveness also using very simple instrumental means.

Anyone who wants to understand the spirit of sacred music from the 1600s cannot disregard the listening of his compositions and particularly of his oratorios. The concert is completed with vocal and instrumental works by Henry Purcell (the wonderful "Funeral Sentences") and Carl Philip Emanuel Bach. "Il Diletto" is an institution in the panorama of the interpreters of baroque music in Rome.

Sunday 16 December – 6:30 pm

Paolo Montin, Clarinetto - Stefano Diotallevi, Pianoforte
Music by J. Brahms, C. Debussy, G. Finzi, L. Bernstein

The warm and expressive sound of the clarinet has immediately conquered many composers: its repertoire is indeed rich and extremely varied. In the concert will be performed 10 lieder by J. Brahms in the transcription of the Lithuanian composer Max Laurischkus, the first rhapsody of Claude Debussy, the 5 Bagattelle by the English composer Gerald Finzi, ending with the sonata by Leonard Bernstein (the centenary of his birth falls this year). A program that will offer refined and original songs, highlighting the many facets of this instrumental combination. The two artists are particularly at home in chamber music. In their career, jazz is accompanied by "cultured" music performances.

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