Adagio Mode Musical Collective
   After many years of musical studies, we have come upon a plan that aims its viability in face of collaborative challenges, brings authenticity and immediacy, and offers to audience a sincere appreciation and understanding of classical music.

   Our repertoire covers more than five centuries of musical awareness, aspiring to combine the virtuosity and precision of a classical chamber music ensemble with the power and passion of solo performances, in quest for diffusion and thoughtfulness rather than a sophisticated academic excellence.

   Functioning as a collective group and measuring the impact of digital and social media, we pursue to revitalize the classical music agency with a new exploratory perspective. Our web site accepts daily visits from all over the world, developed with artistic detail and quality, publishing apart from our releases, a unique collection of free-for-sharing distinguished works.

   Adagio Mode loves to incorporate into its musical interpretation the diversity, attention to communication in all of its subtlety, and exultation of contrasts between refined and popular, contemporary and classic, gentle and sarcastic, that characterize our culture today.

Adagio Mode Point of View

   From Renaissance and Baroque Era to Modern Age, we explore classical music that fits to our performance medium either by interpreting the originals, or by creating arrangements and transcriptions. Among others:

Music for voice & guitar
Renaissance & Baroque (Monteverdi, John Dowland, José Marín, Juan Hidalgo, Sebastián Durón), Alban Berg “Ferne Lieder”, Sor Fernando “Seguidillas”, Giuliani Mauro “Cavatinas”, Villa Lobos “Bachianas Brazileiras N.5”, “Modinha”, “Melodia Sentimental”, “Xangô”, Joaquin Rodrigo “Tres canciones españolas”, “Aranjuez, ma pensée”, García Lorca Federico “Canciones españolas antiguas”, Manuel de Falla “Canciones populares españolas”, Rossini Gioachino “Danza, Tarantella Napolitana”, Kurt Weil “Youkali”, Gabriel Fauré “Three songs”, Arvo Pärt “Vater Unser”, César Guerra-Peixe “Mãe d’ água”

Music for voice & piano
Handel “Josua”, Pergolesi “Se tu m’ami”, Purcell Henry “Ah! How sweet it is to love”, Alessandro Scarlatti “Le Violette”, Francesco Cavalli “Affè, Mi Fate Ridere”, Johann Strauss “Die Fledermaus” Adele – Aria: “Mein Herr Marquis…”, Robert Schumann “Aufschwung”, Fauré “Ici-bas!”, Mozart Wolfgang “Königin der Nacht – Aria: “Der Hölle Rache…”, Schubert Franz “Seligkeit”, KariDaKiss Georgios “Three songs”, “Waiting”, Charles Gounod “Je veux vivre… Romeo et Juliette”

Ensemble music for voice, piano and guitar
Purcell Henry “Music for A While”, Franz Schubert “Ständchen (Serenade)”, “Dir Hirt auf dem Felsen”, Vivaldi / Giacomelli “Bajazet – Aria: Sposa son disprezzata”

Piano & Guitar Duet
Vivaldi Antonio “Concerto en C major”, “Concerto in D major (RV 93)”, Claude Bolling “Concerto for classical guitar & jazz piano”

Solo music for guitar or piano
Gaspar Sanz, Scarlatti, Albeniz, Satie, KariDaKiss, Chopin, Beethoven, Debussy, Scriabin Julian