French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky and Spanish soprano Nuria Rial sing Baroque era arias from Handel, Strozzi, Ferrari and Caccini. Orchestra: Jaroussky’s own Early Music Ensemble L’Ensemble Artaserse.
Accompanied by the Konzerthausorchester Berlin, the French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky sings Ombra mai fu, the opening aria from the 1738 opera Serse by George Frideric Handel. Conductor: Vasily Petrenko.
Clips from Via Crucis, the 2010 album of L’Arpeggiata, European early music ensemble led by Christina Pluhar, the Austrian theorbist and conductor. Guest singers are Nuria Rial, Philippe Jaroussky, Marco Beasley, The King’s Singers and Barbara Furtuna Corsican male voice quartet. Published by Virgin Classics. The album received 5 stars from the Amazon.com customers, and […]
Italian Baroque composer Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater, it is originally scored for soprano and alto soloists, here it is sung by the Hungarian soprano Emőke Baráth and the French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky. Orfeo 55 conducted by Nathalie Stutzmann. Recorded at the Château de Fontainebleau, France, April 2014. Video by Ozango / ARTE France. A […]
French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky sings “Alto Giove”, Acis’s aria from Nicola Porpora’s “Polifemo”, an opera seria in three-acts. Venice Baroque Orchestra conducted by Andrea Marcon, at The Royal Opera of Versailles, 2012, Broadcast by Mezzo TV.
Teatro d’Amore – a concert by the Spanish soprano Nuria Rial and the French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky. The European early music ensemble L’Arpeggiata conducted by Christina Pluhar.
French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky sings Antonio Vivaldi’s “Vedrò con mio diletto” (English: I will see with joy) on French TV on February 28th, 2007. Later on that evening, he is awarded 2007 best French lyrical artist.
French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky sings 17th century arias from the Italian composers: Icônes du Seicento (Icons of the Seicento). The word Seicento simply refers to the Italian history and culture during the 17th century. The seicento saw the end of the Renaissance movement in Italy, and the beginning of the Counter-Reformation and the Baroque era. […]
French countertenor Philippe Jaroussky sings Baroque Arias with his own L’Ensemble Artaserse during a great concert recorded by MEZZO TV at the palace of Versailles, Paris on June 17, 2009.