IL SUONAR PARLANTE ORCHESTRA
“Il Suonar Parlante”, expression created by Paganini, is referred to a special technique by which the musical instruments can really imitate the human voice. Since 2002 the musicians of IL SUONAR PARLANTE work on this technique, which produces a completely new understanding of the our classical and early musical patrimony, but also the possibility of creating of deeply innovative musical language.
Vittorio Ghielmi, with his work as international viola da gamba soloist, conductor, composer, writer and teacher, is giving a new image to the sound of his instrument and of the European classical repertoire.
The Orchestra was founded in 2007 by Vittorio Ghielmi and the argentinian singer Graciela Gibelli, as orchestra in residence for the 46th "Semana de Musica Religiosa de Cuenca", Madrid, where, accompained by the Swedish choir "Rilke ensemblen" (G.Eriksson) has been protagonist of the world première of a spectacle around Buxtehude's "Membra Jesu Nostri", with the american regisseur Marc Reshovsky (Hollywood).
Since then the orchestra has been regularly invited in the most important concert halls all over the world (Berliner Philarmonie, Salzburg Festspiele, Auditorium Nacional Madrid...). It has been “orchestra in residence” in Stuttgart Festspiele 2010, in Segovia music festival 2011, in Bozar music festival Brussels. Many the prizes for the recordings (Diapason d’or, Choc du Monde de la Musique, Preis des Deutsches Schallplatten). The cd “Barbarian Beauty” (“Barbarische Schönheit”), is dedicated to the concerto for viola da gamba and orchestra (J.G.Graun, Telemann, Tartini), with the partecipation of the Moldavian cymbalon virtuoso Marcel Comendant (Passacaille.be). The cd “The Passion of Musick”, with Dorothee Oberlinger, appeared for Sony Deutsche Harmonia Mundi, winning the Echo Klassik Preis 2015. The new “Gyspy Baroque” has appeared for Alpha Classics 2018 (“Coup de choeur” de la saison Radio France: “a cd that let you jump on the chair”). For the same label coming in 2019 “Le secret de Marais”, “Stabat Mater” and ..... many other...