Alessandro de Marchi then began his collaboration with the ensemble Il Teatro Armonico with whom he toured Europe as well as making recordings and radio broadcasts of unpublished Italian Baroque works. Alessandro de Marchi has conducted much-applauded productions and since he has been in much demand, conducting in prestigious venues throughout Europe.
He is also a regular guest conductor at the Rossini Festival of Bad Wildbad and the Halle Händel Festival.
|Handel: Il trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno|
‘Il trionfo’ is a landmark in baroque music. It is Handel’s first oratorio, product of his astonishing flowering in Italy in his early twenties. The libretto is a highly crafted composition drawing on a rich mix of artistic forebears. This is the sec ...» More
|Scarlatti: Davidis pugna et victoria|
Scarlatti’s work tells the dramatic story of David and Goliath. Scarlatti’s musical response to the libretto demonstrates his gift for characterization, which acts as a commentary on the unfolding narrative. Performances of thrilling dynamism and ...» More
|Stradella: San Giovanni Battista|
Hyperion is pleased to announce a new recording relationship with Academia Montis Regalis, of which this thrilling disc is the first fruit. San Giovanni Battista is a deeply ‘Baroque’ score, vibrant, rhythmically insistent and vocally exciting. The l ...» More