Vivaldissimo

Vivaldi

Vivaldissimo

Camerata Ama Deus; Baroque Chamber Orchestra

Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Chestnut Hill
St Katharine of Siena Church, Wayne

VOXAMADEUS – COVID-19 POLICY UPDATE 11-17-2021

VoxAmaDeus provides two separate seating areas to accommodate the different Covid-19 safety considerations for those who are vaccinated and those who are not. For concert attendees who can provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, masks are optional (but not required), and seating is available in the area designated as “masks optional”. For concert attendees who cannot provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, masks are required, and seating is available in the area designated as “masks required”All of our performers and staff are fully vaccinated.

REMEMBER TO HAVE YOUR CDC VACCINATION CARD OR A PHOTO OF IT ON YOUR PHONE TO SHOW AT THE DOOR IF YOU WISH TO SIT IN THE “MASKS OPTIONAL” SECTION.

If you cannot provide proof of vaccination, you will be seated in the “MASKS REQUIRED” SECTION.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause, however, it is in the interest of providing for the safety of our performers, audience members and staff.

 

Soloists: Thomas DiSarlo, violin | Linda Kistler, violin | Sarah Davol, oboe | Elin Frazier, trumpet | Steven Zohn, baroque flute

Violin Concerto in F Major, RV 293, “Autumn” (from The Four Seasons)
Oboe Concerto in B-flat Major, RV 464
Trumpet Concerto in C Major, RV 449
Violin Concerto in d minor, RV 240
Flute Concerto in D Major “Il cardellino”, RV 428
Double Violin Concerto in G Major, RV 516
Concerto for Trumpet and Oboe in D Major, RV 563

An array of delightful works by the Venetian master featuring a stellar cast of soloists. Four concertos for solo instruments (violin, oboe, trumpet and flute) and two double concertos in varied pairings, among which are familiar gems such as “Autumn” from The Four Seasons, as well as new works, such as the solo flute concerto Il cardellino featuring distinguished flutist Steven Zohn—and introducing each work are Maestro’s fascinating “live notes.”

Running time: 90 minutes – no intermission

This concert series sponsored by The Phelan Family Foundation

Elin on Trumpet