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21 September 2012:

Coming Soon:
This website will be published in Italian over the next few months. Follow this page for further news.

18 January 2012:

Studi Musicali, the Journal of the Accadamia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, has just published my article:
A Re-evaluation of the Manuscripts of the Keyboard Sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti in the Santini Collection in Munster.

15 December 2011:

WDR broadcast a concert including a Sonata for Violoncello and basso continuo. See: Sonata in D minor

14 July 2011:
PRE PUBLICATION OFFER:
The first of a series of monographs featuring some aspect of Reggio's works will be published in September.
I am offering this publication at a pre-publication price. See:  Concertini per Quattro Voci.



9th May 2011:

Sounding Board, the Journal of the British Harpsichord Society has published a brief article on the Reggio/Scarlatti connections.  http://www.harpsichord.org.uk/soundingboard/SBIssue4.pdf.

The Russian Musicologist and Scarlatti specialist , Serguei N. Prozhoguin, has recognized the work carried out on Reggio and the Scarlatti connection and included it in his paper in the early music journal Ad Parnassum,  http://www.adparnassum.org/pdf/abstracts/16.pdf

11 February 2011:

Fonti Musicali Italiane article published. Monsignor Antonino Reggio, cembalista e compositore del Settecento.
If you require a pdf copy, when it becomes available, please leave your details on my Guest Book and I will forward as soon as it becomes available.  

30 January 2011:

Early Music article published on-line: New findings on the possible copyists and owners of the Scarlatti sonata manuscripts in Munster: the role of Antonino Reggio.

8th January 2011:

To mark the 286th anniversary of the birth of Monsignor Antonino Reggio on 8th January 1725 this web site has been created.

19th October 2010:


The first public performance of one of Antonino Reggio's keyboard sonatas was played at a concert given by the renowned harpsichordist Ramona Zammit Formosa at the church of St Catherine in Valletta, Malta. The concert was given in aid of the St Catherine Restoration Appeal.