Vivaldi’s Gloria. Venice in the 18th century was a Mecca for music and musicians; the 'Ospedale' (orphanages) buzzed with musical activity and it was for the girls at one of these that Antonio Vivaldi composed many of his concertos as well as the 'Gloria', which you will hear in its original version for high voices, performed by the Victoria Children's Choir. Other composers such as Domenico Scarlatti and Albinoni were also drawn to the 'City of Bridges' and its thriving musical scene in the 18th century.
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Victoria Children's Choir
When visionary Artistic Director, Madeleine Humer, united children who love to sing, the Victoria Children's Choir (VCC) began an exciting journey of music education and performance. For local youth, joining the Choir is a remarkable opportunity to perform with professional musicians, esteemed mentors, and talented peers at the best concerts, festi... more info