La Venexiana

Gabriele Palomba | artistic director

La Venexiana relishes the sound of the Renaissance and Baroque with passion and an irrepressible joy in music making. The freedom of this music is animated by the smallest details with finesse, style, perfect intonation, homogeneity and beautiful tone.

La Venexiana, founded by Claudio Cavina and now lead by Gabriele Palomba, earned its reputation as leading Italian ensemble in the field of Early Music also due to the prizes it won for its highly recommended CDs. Their recordings of madrigals by d’India, Luzzaschi, Marenzio, Gesualdo and the complete recording of the madrigal books and operas by Monteverdi on GLOSSA have won acclaim worldwide. On the occasion of Monteverdi’s 450th birthday, the ensemble gave concerts and opera performances all over Europe, including Schwetzingen, Zurich, Halle, Venice and Lisbon.

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On Tour

December 14, 2022 | Bietigheim

May 18, 2023 | Schwetzingen

New Releases

Giovanni Battista Bononcini | La conversione di Maddalena | Oratorio | GLOSSA | listen

Watch and Listen

The second to last release A DUE ALTI as well as the complete repertoire on GLOSSA are available on YouTube | listen

Projects

Round M | Monteverdi meets Jazz – for further details please see info in the dowload section.

ROUND M | Konzertverein Bozen | June 2021

Reviews

…there is no sense of academic archaeology here, and very much a spirit of adventure and exploration. … This first-class album, graced by attractive notes and just as attractive an acoustic – warm but open – explores the genre imaginatively and vividly. www.musicweb-international.com | CD A due alti | Jonathan Woolfe

Gabriele Palomba | artistic director

La Venexiana relishes the sound of the Renaissance and Baroque with passion and an irrepressible joy in music making. The freedom of this music is animated by the smallest details with finesse, style, perfect intonation, homogeneity and beautiful tone.

read more

La Venexiana, founded by Claudio Cavina and now lead by Gabriele Palomba, earned its reputation as leading Italian ensemble in the field of Early Music also due to the prizes it won for its highly recommended CDs. Their recordings of madrigals by d’India, Luzzaschi, Marenzio, Gesualdo and the complete recording of the madrigal books and operas by Monteverdi on GLOSSA have won acclaim worldwide. On the occasion of Monteverdi’s 450th birthday, the ensemble gave concerts and opera performances all over Europe, including Schwetzingen, Zurich, Halle, Venice and Lisbon.

www.lavenexiana.net