Everyone's favorite "The Four Seasons" by Antonio Vivaldi will be performed this evening in an inimitable performance of the Baltic Symphony Orchestra. The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi is undoubtedly one of the most popular works in the world. It is assumed that the sonnets for each concert were written by the composer himself. Probably, for many, the name of the great Venetian, despite his huge creative heritage, is associated precisely with this cycle. Winter cold and autumn melancholy, spring awakening and laziness of summer heat are so vividly conveyed in the sound of The Four Seasons that the audience has the effect of complete immersion in a kaleidoscope of seasons. Program: Antonio Vivaldi Concerto for 2 violins and orchestra "The Seasons" (cycle of 4 concertos for violin and orchestra) "Little Symphony" See you at the Hermitage Theatre. Starting at 1900. Don't miss it! The duration of the event is 1 hour 15 minutes without intermission; the concert is intended for all categories of viewers over 6 years old.
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