Embark upon an unforgettable journey through modern day Europe. Destinations: the France of Rameau and Couperin, Austria’s House of Habsburg, the British Isles and musical gems from Orpheus Caledonius, not forgetting Italy and the magnificent sonatas in trio by Archangelo Corelli. Happy travels!
printed on 17-01-2019
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Bach never wrote an opera, yet he had a great feel for drama and expression. His oratories are actually religious operas without a set; his cantatas evoke visually striking images. For Nico and the Na...Tickets More info
Programme: The original Black Joke, sent to Dublin Red Joak // True Joke // White Joke // Blue Joke // Fancy's all (Leslie's March) The Poor Shepherd Jack Laten Eleanor a run // Ellen a roon...Tickets More info
With such composers as Louis Couperin, d’Anglebert and Chambonnières, an influential French harpsichord school arose in the late 17th century. The Pièces de clavecin were quintessentially French with ...Tickets More info
Focussing on the music of your ‘heimat’ or homeland is an inherent desire when you come from Austria. Ars Antiqua Austria, the ensemble conducted by the virtuoso violinist Gunar Letzbor, has been doin...
Jean-Philippe Rameau dedicated most of his time to opera. While the Pièces de clavecin en concerts is his only collection of chamber music, it sets the standard exceptionally high. He demands of his m...
François Couperin loved transparency of the highest order. His music is finely honed with the greatest attention to detail. Even the ornamentations and the unendingly rich and expressive nuances are f...