Saturday, June 15, 2013

Venetian Baroque is in peril. The history of its birth – the emerging of the first public opera houses, the invention of sonata, cantata, concerto – has been told worldwide but remains largely unspoken at home.

Sublime publishes my piece on how Artistic Director Olivier Lexa helps Venice reclaim authenticity through the Monteverdi Vivaldi Festival. 

To read the article:

The Journey Back to Baroque


Bridge of Sighs

Olivier Lexa, Artistic Director Monteverdi Vivaldi Festival and Founder of the Venetian Centre for Baroque Music. (photo credits: Matteo Da Fina).


MarmePurl said...

If I could go, I would. *sigh*
Instead I must just enjoy the experience through your words and photos.
What wonderful travels we have through blogging.

TexWisGirl said...

congratulations on another published article! enjoyed your images, too.