Antonio Vivaldi painted with sounds. His mission was to strike the listener amidships with music that is so evocative that it is almost palpable. In the violin concertos that make up Le Quattro Stagioni, a great variety of scenes pass in front of the mind's eye, from barking dogs and dancing nymphs to a storm and a shower. The violin narrates and illustrates; at first subdued, then acrobatic, often extremely humorous. Vivaldi's spectacular Concerto per la solennità di San Lorenzo and his concerto grossi conjure up a wide range of human emotions. B'Rock is joining forces with a kindred musical spirit of its early days: Dmitry Sinkovsky. Roused by his boundless virtuosity and intense expressiveness, the orchestra brings Vivaldi's world of images to life.