Jolanta is presenting exciting violin music by Nicola Porpora

On September 29th 2020 at 7.30 p.m., Jolanta Sosnowska invites you to a concert in the beautiful Salvatorsaal. The Baroque Salvatorsaal, formerly called the summer refectory, is the main attraction in the courtyard of the Parish Mariahilf. The spectacular new venue of the concert cycle will maintain and increase its luster thanks to the lighting design.

The performance includes the most spectacular music of the 18th century by Nicola Porpora, who was internationally active Italian composer of the Baroque period. He wrote twelve sonatas for violin, which were published in Vienna in 1754. These works are kept in a gallant style fashionable at the time. In the concert, humorous notes of a Hungarian or Dacian Simplicissimus from 1683 are read between the pieces, which thrillingly reflect the zeitgeist.

During the break we welcome the audience with wine and bread.