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Supporting the Vivaldi Edition

Antonio Stom – La partenza del Bucintoro (detail)

MISSION

The Baroque Music Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to give greater exposure to the wealth of unknown music by Antonio Vivaldi and other 17th and 18th century composers, music that is part of our extraordinary Western musical heritage. To this end we organize, produce and support opportunities which bring this music alive for the benefit of audiences today, from performances to recordings, research and publications.

Currently, the Foundation is concentrating on helping fund and disseminate knowledge of the Vivaldi Edition recording project (Naïve records) as it nears completion. Sixty-four cds have been released to date, of which eighteen are operas, all performed by eminent musicians specialized in Baroque music. The project, which has garnered international visibility and won innumerable awards, is expected to be completed by 2028, year of the anniversary of the birth of Antonio Vivaldi.

RECENT RELEASES

February, 2020
Concerti per violino VIII, “Il Teatro”
Julien Chauvin, violin
Le Concert de la Loge

Violin Concerto in B minor, RV 387 – allegro

“Dazzlingly played…this is edge-of-the-seat material by the composer of the Four Seasons.”

 The Sunday Times, London, April, 2020

November, 2019 
Concerti per violino VIII, “Il Castello”
Alessandro Tampieri, violin
Accademia Bizantina, Ottavio Dantone conductor

Violin Concerto in E minor, RV 273 – allegro

“The most striking aspect of this recording is the sheer beauty of Vivaldi’s music and the extraordinary playing of Tampieri and his colleagues.”

WCRB Classical Radio, Boston

October, 2019 
Concerti per violoncello VIII
Christophe Coin, violoncello
L’Onda Armonica

Cello Concerto in A minor, RV 420 – allegro

“Beyond Coin’s agility, it is his sense of song that makes this recording priceless.” 

On-Top Audio, Jean-Pierre Robert

May, 2019
Arie e cantate per contralto
Delphine Galou, contralto – Ottavio Dantone, conductor
Accademia Bizantina

Cantata Cessate, omai cessate, RV 684 – aria  Ah  ch’infelice sempre

“…incomparable, beautiful, lyrical – not to be missed!” 

Stretto, Belgium
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