Winner of one Juno and three Prix Opus from Conseil quebecois de la musique, notably "performer of the year" in 2010, Ensemble Caprice is renowned for its innovative interpretations of baroque music. With The Return of the Angels, it offers once more a multifaceted musical portrait of Antonio Vivaldi, from the composer's description of war to his musical depiction of the joys of peace. "Following our first recording of Vivaldi's sacred music (Gloria! Vivaldi and his Angels), we return to Vivaldi's Venice and find ourselves yet again within the confines of the Ospedale della Pieta orphanage where, beginning in 1703, the Red Priest not only taught the orphan girls violin and singing, but also composed many of his most dazzling concertos as well as a substantial part of his highly inspired corpus of sacred music," explains Mathias Maute.
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