‘Théotime Langlois de Swarte, Thomas Dunford - The Mad Lover’

12 Dec.'21
- 17:00

Among the countless delights of Western music are some hidden nuggets of the English repertoire for violin and lute from the turn of the 18th century. This duo of intrepid young musicians has been digging for gold, revealing the gentle melancholy of instrumental arias by John Eccles, Niccola Matteis, Daniel Purcell and his famous cousin, Henry. With The Mad Lover (hamonia mundi, 2020), violinist Théotime Langlois de Swarte – a founding member of Le Consort alongside Justin Taylor, and a nominee in the ‘instrumental soloist revelations’ category of the 2020 Victoires de la Musique Classique – and lutenist Thomas Dunford bring a breath of fresh air to the international Baroque music scene.

Théotime Langlois de Swarte

violin

Thomas Dunford

lute

Programme
John Eccles

Ground from the Mad Lover suite (Music for the Theater)

Daniel Purcell

Sonata in f minor

Nicola Matteis

Folia

Nicola Matteis Jr.

Fantasia for Violin solo in A minor

Nicola Matteis

Suite in A minor Sarabanda Amorosa (Ayres for the Violin book I)

Nicola Matteis

Suite in C major (Ayres for the Violin book I)

Henry Purcell

Prelude in g minor, ZN 773

Henry Eccles

Sonata in G minor

Nicola Matteis

Suite in G major (Ayres for the Violin book II)

Henry Eccles

Sonata Quinta E minor

Henry Eccles

A new division upon the ground bass of « John come and kiss me »

Practical information

Location

Protestant Chapel

Place du Musée 1000 Brussels

Rates

Standard

24 -

-30

12 -