Beethoven's sacred masterpieces and Helmuth Rilling, the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, the Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart and the outstanding quartets of vocal soloists have achieved world-wide acclaimed in producing a reference recording. Now available in a new 3 box-set, celebrating Beethoven's anniversary year. Claudio Ronco is undoubtedly among the best artists in Baroque music repertoire, as a skilled Basso Continuo player and a Soloist of virtuoso repertoire. His twenty years of experience with the greatest groups and directors specialized in XVI to XVIIIth Century music, assure him a great stylistic flexibility, together with an extraordinary instrumental virtuosity, so as to distinguish his performances for the freshness of his inventions, spontaneity and elegance. In 2001 he met the cellist Emanuela Vozza who, at the time the first cello of the Bolognese ensemble DSG and of the Cappella Musicale of San Petronio in Bologna, a group created to promote the baroque repertoire, mostly unpublished, preserved in the rich library of this ancient musical institution. The characteristic freshness of her performances and the quality of sound combined with the expressive research, are the qualities that make her playing particularly suitable for facing the chamber music repertoire as well as the difficult art of the Basso Continuo.
Beethoven's sacred masterpieces and Helmuth Rilling, the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, the Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart and the outstanding quartets of vocal soloists have achieved world-wide acclaimed in producing a reference recording. Now available in a new 3 box-set, celebrating Beethoven's anniversary year. Claudio Ronco is undoubtedly among the best artists in Baroque music repertoire, as a skilled Basso Continuo player and a Soloist of virtuoso repertoire. His twenty years of experience with the greatest groups and directors specialized in XVI to XVIIIth Century music, assure him a great stylistic flexibility, together with an extraordinary instrumental virtuosity, so as to distinguish his performances for the freshness of his inventions, spontaneity and elegance. In 2001 he met the cellist Emanuela Vozza who, at the time the first cello of the Bolognese ensemble DSG and of the Cappella Musicale of San Petronio in Bologna, a group created to promote the baroque repertoire, mostly unpublished, preserved in the rich library of this ancient musical institution. The characteristic freshness of her performances and the quality of sound combined with the expressive research, are the qualities that make her playing particularly suitable for facing the chamber music repertoire as well as the difficult art of the Basso Continuo.
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Sonates & Duo For Cello
Artist: Claudio Ronco
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Beethoven's sacred masterpieces and Helmuth Rilling, the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart, the Gachinger Kantorei Stuttgart and the outstanding quartets of vocal soloists have achieved world-wide acclaimed in producing a reference recording. Now available in a new 3 box-set, celebrating Beethoven's anniversary year. Claudio Ronco is undoubtedly among the best artists in Baroque music repertoire, as a skilled Basso Continuo player and a Soloist of virtuoso repertoire. His twenty years of experience with the greatest groups and directors specialized in XVI to XVIIIth Century music, assure him a great stylistic flexibility, together with an extraordinary instrumental virtuosity, so as to distinguish his performances for the freshness of his inventions, spontaneity and elegance. In 2001 he met the cellist Emanuela Vozza who, at the time the first cello of the Bolognese ensemble DSG and of the Cappella Musicale of San Petronio in Bologna, a group created to promote the baroque repertoire, mostly unpublished, preserved in the rich library of this ancient musical institution. The characteristic freshness of her performances and the quality of sound combined with the expressive research, are the qualities that make her playing particularly suitable for facing the chamber music repertoire as well as the difficult art of the Basso Continuo.