Bruno de Sá


Bruno de Sá Bruno de Sá and Dorothee Oberlinger hält eine Blockflöte vor dunkelblauem Hintergrund Dorothee Oberlinger are the dream team of baroque music. Between breathtaking bel canto and dizzying flute trills, their ancient pastoral Arcadia blossoms.


"Dream team" of baroque music

Bruno de Sá und Dorothee Oberlinger sind das „Dream Team“ der Barockmusik. Der Sopranist aus Brasilien und die Flötenvirtuosin vom Niederrhein lassen ein barockes Traumland wieder auferstehen: Arkadien. Zwischen atemberaubendem Belcanto und schwindelerregenden Flötentrillern erblüht der „Liebesgarten“ im antiken Schäferland. Die schönsten Arien, Flötenkonzerte und Serenaden aus Rom, Neapel, London und Venedig, eingebettet in samtweichen barocken Streicherklang.


Alessandro Scarlatti: Extracts from "Il giardino d’amore", “Venere e Adone” and others Serenatas
Giovanni Bononcini: Extracts from “Polifemo”
George Frideric Handel: Arias from “Il Trionfo del Tempo”, “Agrippina“ and “Serse”
Recorder concerto in F major
Concertos and Sonatas by Corelli, Marcello and Barsanti

Duration: around 80 minutes without a break


Prices: EUR 24 / 48 / 72

U27 (for all under 27) & Ö1 Intro: 50 % reduction
Ö1 Club & Standard Abo: 10 % reduction

Bruno de Sá


With his exceptionally powerful and at the same time gentle voice, the young soprano is considered one of the best up-and-coming artists of our time. The Brazilian-born singer is signed as an exclusive artist with Warner Classics and has already thrilled audiences in Austria at the Theater an der Wien.

Dorothee Oberlinger


Acclaimed reviews and major prizes have accompanied the career of the musician, who was born in Aachen in 1969 and is one of the leading figures in historically informed performance practice. As a recorder player, she performs worldwide with the best ensembles. She also works as a conductor and artistic director - and is head of the Institute for Early Music in Salzburg.

Evgeny Sviridov


Born in St. Petersburg in 1989, Sviridov studied violin at the local conservatory. Even as a student, he won prizes at prestigious competitions, including the Yehudi Menuhin in Cardiff and Premio Paganini in Genoa. From 2018 to 2022, Sviridov taught baroque violin at the University of the Arts Bremen. Since 2017, he has performed increasingly frequently and prominently as a soloist.

Anna Dmitrieva


The violinist, who trained in her home city of St. Petersburg, Cologne and Salzburg, founded the piano trio Alterna, with which she won 2nd prize and a Beethoven Prize at the "Beethoven in his time" competition in Siegburg in May 2021. She has recorded numerous CDs for the renowned labels Pentatone, Outhere and Alpha.

Gabrielle Kancachian


The Cologne-based Australian musician is a versatile artist who graduated from the Cologne University of Music with a degree in violin and viola. She has participated in award-winning CD productions and has performed with Concerto Köln and Anima Eterna, among others. Gabrielle performs at international festivals and in prestigious concert halls such as the Elbphilharmonie.

Marco Testori


Born in Como in 1970, Marco Testori learnt to play the piano, organ and cello at a very early age. He works with numerous ensembles specialising in baroque music. Marco Testori has performed in the world's most important concert halls and has been Professor of Baroque Cello at the Mozarteum University Salzburg since October 2013.