The program, invites to a baroque route by the Italian, sacred music and profanes, the music of the great Monteverdi teacher and the influence that this one had in successive composers, composers in our case.
It includes works of Claudio Monteverdi, canzonettas and madrigals, two pairs for alto and soprano voices, and Aryans of Tarquinio Merula and Alessandro Stradella.
Continuous with music, this time composed by women, of Maddalena Casulanna, Barbara Strozzi, and finalizes with motetes of two Italian nuns of century XVII, Sulpitia Cesis and Chiara Margarita Cozzolani.
We propose therefore a renewed perspective, of this intismista music, from the point of view of the feminine figure in music, sometimes a little forgotten.


Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)


Mine eats farò cuor

If it eats crescon

His, his, his pastorelli vezzosi


Ohimè dove il mine horseradish tree (Romanesca to 2)

Vorrei baciarti

Pur you I look

Tarquinio Merula (1595-1665)

No, ch'yo non my Fido

(Aryan sopra the Ciaccona)

Alessandro Stradella (ca.1639-1682)

Cabbage destin Chi Può Pugnar?

(Aria de Proteo cuts with a scythe Serenade Il Barcheggio (Genoa, 1682)

Maddalenna Casulana (ca.1540-ca.1590)

Il vostro to dipartir

Barbara Stozzi (1619-1677)

Love dormiglione

Che if può fare

Sulpitia Cesis (1577-1619)

Angelus ad shepherds

Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (1602-ca.1678)

Does Quis audivit unquam destroy?

Glory in altisimu