Adrian-Sylveen

February is the month of love – Best of True Romantics
Saturday, Feb 6, 2021

February is the month of love, so how better to celebrate than with a concert featuring the work of three composers known for their deeply personal, expressive romantic touch: Tomaso Albinoni, Edvard Grieg, and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. I am pleased to invite you to join us for “Best of the True Romantics: Masterworks […]

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MUSIC OF WIENIAWSKI, SZYMANOWSKI & Annual Polish Christmas with the Moniuszko Choir & Virtuosi Baroque Youth Ensemble

The Stanislaus A. Blejwas Endowed Chair in Polish and Polish American Studies & Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra present: Karol Szymanowski – La Fontaine d’Arethuse, op. 30, Henry Wieniawski – Violin Concerto in d-minor, no. 2, Polish & English Christmas Carols Adrian Sylveen, violin, Moniuszko Choir, Virtuosi Baroque Youth Ensemble Hugh Keelan, guest […]

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Nov. 8, 16, 17, 30 TRISTAN UND ISOLDE BY RICHARD WAGNER

Extraordinary Tristan und Isolde – “The love story that changed opera for ever” – An internationally acclaimed cast of singers performs one of the pinnacles of the operatic repertoire. The influential Tristan und Isolde is notable for Wagner’s use of chromaticism, tonal ambiguity, orchestral color, and harmonic suspension. More than a […]

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Oct. 11 & 20 “DAPHNIS ET EGLé” BY JEAN-PHILIPPE REAMEAU

Connecticut Virtuosi will open the 2019/2020 Season with the baroque, one-act opera Daphnis et Eglé by composer Jean-Philippe Rameau and librettist Charles Collé which will be sung in French with English subtitles. This production is presented in collaboration with the Connecticut Lyric Opera. Artistic Director Adrian Sylveen directs and will […]

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