Páthos & Ethos

Páthos & Ethos

Place and Time

Sunday, August 24, 8.00 p.m.
Angera, Rocca Borromeo

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Ensemble Aurora

Marcello Gatti,  flute
Enrico Gatti, violin
Elena Bianchi, bassoon
Guido Morini, harpsichord

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G.F. Händel, Concerto a quattro in D minor
G.P. Telemann, Quadro in D major for flute, violin, bassoon and b.c.
C.P.E. Bach, Sonata a tre in D minor for flute, violin and b.c.
J.F. Fasch, Sonata in D major for flute, violin, bassoon and harpsichord
J.J.C. de Mondonville, Sonate en trio op. II no. 1 in E minor
J.S. Bach, Sonata a tre in G major for flute, violin and bass

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During the day, participants in the concert may visit the Rocca Borromeo with a discounted ticket.

Latest admission 5.30 p.m.

The discount is given exclusively at the Rocca box office against concert ticket or purchasing the two tickets together. In collaboration with Amministrazione Borromeo

Tickets are refundable, within 5 days, only if the concert is cancelled



The Rocca Borromeo

The Rocca Borromeo of Angera, an unusual example of a completely preserved medieval fortified building, rises on a spur of calcareous rock that has always dominated the southern part of Lake Maggiore. This imposing construction houses items that bear important witness to local history, which is revisited thanks to the marvellous cycle of frescoes of the Sala della Giustizia (Justice Hall) dating from the end of the13th century.

You can only reach the Sala della Giustizia by climbing two flights of stairs.

Angera, Rocca Borromeo

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