In 1705, the composer Antonio Vivaldi was hired as the conductor of an all-girl orchestra at the Pieta Orphanage in Venice, Italy. Vivaldi was a young, handsome 25 at the time. The orphan girls, all excellent musicians, ranged in age from 11 to 18.

It's not a sequel to Shakespeare in Love--but perhaps a cousin.

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