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Monthly interview April: Giovanni Antonini

Giovanni AntoniniGiovanni Antonini, 1965, born in Milano, is an Italian flutist and conductor and co-founder of the chamber orchestra Il Giardino Armonico. Antonini has put his focus on Baroque music and authentic performance practice, a modern musical approach that was developed long ago by Nikolaus Harnoncourt. Giovanni Antonini, his chamber orchestra Il Giardino Armonico and singer Cecilia Bartoli were awarded with a Grammy for the 1999 recorded Decca Classics-Vivaldi AlbumVivaldi opera arias by Cecilia Bartoli»). The recording of Beethovens Sinfonies with the Kammerorchester Basel was enthusiastically received by classical audiences everywhere as a masterwork. Giovanni Antonini is an acclaimed guest musician and conductor in Switzerland who has worked with the most renowned orchestras and great musicians from all over the world. With the Händel-opera Alcina performed at the Zurich Opera House he recently achieved sensational results. In the interview with Christian Dueblin, Giovanni Antonini talks about his musical career, authentic performance practice, his approach to conducting and his personal spin on Nikolaus Harnoncourt’s innovative musical interpretation technique of classical music. > Zum Interview...

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