Wednesday
28
June
h 19:00
Courtyard of Sapienza
The Orchestra of the University of Pisa
This program was born from the collaboration between the Festival and the Orchestra of the University of Pisa: 4 pieces extracted from the Alamanno Musical Fund will per performed for the first time in modern times.
Thursday
29
June
h 21:30
Courtyard of Sapienza
Auser Musici
An imaginary day entirely dedicated to Bach. AuserMusici combines in this program three exemplary pieces of Johann Sebastian's perfect mastery of the different styles and forms of the time: a profane Cantata (Non sa che sia dolore), the Brandenburg Concerto n.3 for strings only and Basso Continuo, and the Orchestral Suite n.2. A party made of great music!
Friday
30
June
h 21:30
Courtyard of Sapienza
Federico Maria Sardelli & Modo Antiquo
A very large part of Vivaldi's opus remained buried for centuries in various libraries of aristocratic families. This concert-reading traces the rediscovery of these texts and the consequent Vivaldi Renaissance.
Saturday
01
July
h 21:30
Courtyard of Sapienza
Accademia Bizantina
In listening to music, as indeed in any artistic experience, the alternation between repetition and the pleasure of novelty are fundamental elements to arise the interest of the public. This is the intention of Follie, Ciaccone e altri Affetti proposed this evening.
Sunday
02
July
h 19:00
Museum of Ancient Ships
I Bei Legami
From Tuscany to Rome and Veneto, a journey into the madrigal repertoire of the 16th century through pages by composers such as Vincenzo Galilei, Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina and Claudio Monteverdi.
Sunday
02
July
h 21:30
Courtyard of Sapienza
Auser Musici
Concerto Grosso, or the Corellian "verb": a new way of playing in the orchestra alternating solos and tuttis invented by Arcangelo Corelli and exported to England by his "evangelists" Barsanti and Geminiani, which was masterfully interpreted by the most Italian of the German composers, Georg Friedrich Handel.

Il Festival
di Musica
Antica 2023

On an idea of M° Carlo Ipata, since 1996 the Festival has been characterized by concerts that are held in places of great historical and artistic interest in a perfect combination of tourism and culture that aims to make early music known within some pearls of the territory.

Italian ensembles such as La Venexiana, l’Hommé Armée and Odhecaton performed at the Tuscan Early Music Festival, and even more famous foreign ensembles and soloists such as Rolf Lislevand and Dan Laurin (Norway), Villancico (Sweden), The Soloists of Catherine the Great (Russia), The Croatian Baroque Orchestra (Croatia) and many more.

Every year, within the Festival, at least one new production is always dedicated to the unpublished Tuscan repertoire, to whose rediscovery Auser Musici has been dedicating itself with perseverance and passion for over twenty years.

Partners

With the contribution of:
Fondazione Pisa
Media partner:
Rai Radio 3
Official Carrier:
With the patronage of:​
Comune di Pisa
In collaboration with:​
MIC Direzione Regionale Musei della Toscana
Museo delle Navi Antiche di Pisa
Teatro di Pisa