Antonio Vivaldi

  • Date of Birth

    Date of Birth
    Antonio Vivaldi was a composer of Baroque music. Born in Venice on March 4, 1678.
    He was violinist, opera entrepreneur and Priest
  • Vivaldi was priest, but...

    Vivaldi was priest, but...
    Vivaldi was ordained priest
    But only a year later he was forced to resign to celebrate mass as a result of bronchial disease, possibly asthma.
    Also in 1703 he became a professor of violin at the Pio Ospedale della Pietà, an institution for orphaned girls form.
  • 1º Publication of Vivaldi

    1º Publication of Vivaldi
    The first publication of Vivaldi was 'Opera sonata camera'. Its characteristics:
    -It was an instrumental work of the Baroque period. It was scored for one or more melody instruments and continuo. It was divided in three or more stylized dance movements
  • L'estro armonico Op. 3 ORCHESTAL

    L'estro armonico Op. 3 ORCHESTAL work This is a collection of 12 concertos written by Antonio Vivaldi in 1711.
  • Ottone in Villa OPERA

    Ottone in Villa OPERA in Villa is an opera in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi. It was the first opera by Vivaldi, and premiered on May 17, 1713 at the Teatro delle Grazie in Vicenza
  • L'incoronazione di Dario

    L'incoronazione di Dario is an opera in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi. It premiered at the Teatro Sant'Angelo in Venice on January 23, 1717.
    This opera is rarely nowadays, in Operabase statistics appears with only one representative in 2005-2010.
  • VI concerto a 5 stromenti Op. 6 ORCHESTAL

    VI concerto a 5 stromenti Op. 6 ORCHESTAL a 5 Stromenti VI, op. 6. Violin Concerto in G minor by Antonio Vivaldi. Organized by Einstein, Alfred.Creado for strings, harpsichord, violin soloist together. His style is Baroque Rococo. It is a work composed with duration of 11 minutes.
  • Tito Manlio

    Tito Manlio Manlio a music drama in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi, written on the occasion of the celebration of the marriage of the imperial governor of Mantua. Though no wedding finally took place, the opera was first performed at the Teatro archducal of Mantua on February 20, 1719 during the season of Mantua.
  • The Opus

    The Opus Opus 10, is the only collection written for an instrument other than the violin. It was also the first collection of flute concertos ever published, six concerts in total, and was instructed by his editor Vivaldi Amsterdam to mitigate the fury burning by this new instrument in the 1720s.
  • Ercole su'l Termodonte OPERA

    Ercole su'l Termodonte OPERA su'l Termodonte is an Italian baroque opera in three acts. In 1723 he became the sixteenth opera which was set to music Antonio Vivaldi.
  • Il cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione work was is a set of twelve concertos by Antonio Vivaldi written between 1723 and 1725, published the same year as Op 8.1 These concerts are for solo violin, strings and basso continuo.
  • The four seasons

    The four seasons Four Seasons is the title of a book of four concertos for violin and orchestra (Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter) by the Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi. This is a descriptive or programmatic work through elements of musical language tells us different aspects of the seasons
  • Orlando Furious

    Orlando Furious performed in Venice at Teatro Sant'Angelo in the autumn
    of 1727
    The opera alterning arias with recitatives and is set on an island in an unspecified time. The story combines several arguments Ariosto: from the exploits of Orlando to the history of Alcina.
  • Montezuma

    Montezuma is a music drama in three acts by Antonio Vivaldi and Italian libretto by Girolamo Giusti originally written, based on the book History of the Conquest of Mexico, population and progress of North America, known as New Spain. It premiered on November 14, 1733
  • The death of Vivaldi

    The death of Vivaldi death of Antonio Vivaldi was in Vienna on July 28, 1741. He died at 63 years and his last work was 'The Best of Vivaldi'