VIVALDIANNO - New unique 3D concert show based on baroque music with contemporary rock sound and energy
Music, film projection and animation, contemporary dance and spoken word in the services of a chilling story about hopes and losses of Antonio Vivaldi – the genius of Baroque times
Vivaldianno is a unique concert show in 3D. Grounded in the music of the Baroque, it is expanded with contemporary sound and propelled by contemporary energy, as it tells the chilling story of the Baroque genius Antonio Vivaldi and his life's hopes and losses.
The author of the VIVALDIANNO project is Michal Dvořák. This Czech musician and producer had asked an eminent violin virtuoso, Jaroslav Svěcený, to collaborate with him on the piece. Its libretto was penned by another Czech musician, screenwriter and dramaturge Tomáš Belko. The visual conception of this event comes from the imagination of Kosuke Sugimoto, the renowned Japanese artist, director and animator.
An orchestra, which covers classical as well as art‐rock instrumentation, occupies the stage between large‐format projections in front and in the back of it. Along with a complex and sophisticated light design that utilizes cutting‐edge technologies, this gives the audience an unequalled musical experience in the third dimension.
Virtuoso musicians from around the globe are taking part in this unique, demanding and multifaceted project: the opening huge‐venue tour of VIVALDIANNO features Tina Guo the famous acoustic and electric cello virtuoso.
The tickets for the event are on sale in Eventim’s network at a price between 40 and 70 leva.