Le bon Piasson
Lourdes Vizcaíno Molina - fortepiano
Marit Darlang - bassoon
Le bon Piasson was founded in 2015. Both studying at the “Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya” in Barcelona, Lourdes and Marit soon became aware of their shared interest in and love for classical chamber music. The duo was formed and they became very attuned to one another. The people around them could see and hear that it was a match made in heaven.
Ensemble Voce Humana
Daniela Tomaz - recorders, percussion
Emmanuelle Weeger - recorders
Marit Darlang - recorders, dulcian
Yeni Gómez - singing
The members of the Ensemble Voce Humana come from Portugal, France, the Netherlands and Cuba and have studied in the Early Music Departments of the Conservatories of Utrecht and Tilburg, the Netherlands. The Ensemble is strongly convinced in uniting both singers and instrumentalists in the field of pre-baroque repertoires.
Our programmes approach the medieval and renaissance tradition of the Song, in its different forms and genres [cantiga, madrigal, ballata, caccia, vilancico, romance]. The programme we are now performing is constructed from a Voyage through the Iberian Peninsula since the Middle Ages till the XVIIth century.
The Ensemble has made its première at the 30th edition of the Utrecht Early Music Festival, Fringe series, in August 2011. The ensemble was also invited to perform at the Utrecht Conservatory Official Opening in September 2011, at the pre-programs of the Van Swieten Society on November 2011 and in the Castle of Oud Zuylen in March 2012. They are preparing the concert season for 2013, including a participation at the Kasteelconcerten in the Netherlands and a collaboration with the Portuguese Embassy for the diffusion of Iberian Music in the Netherlands.
Giorgos Samoilis - violin
Lucille Chartrain - harpsichord, organ
Marit Darlang - dulcian
Abel Rohrbach - sackbut
Specializing in Italian music of the early 17th century, this young and dynamic ensemble explores this music with an original mix of musical personalities.
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Le Concert d'Apollon
The idea to assemble a group of friends, and excellent musicians who were interested in French orchestral repertoire that had not yet been recorded, was the fundamental concept to the formation of this new ensemble. Not only has this music ever been recorded or performed, there are no modern or complete editions since so much of this music survived only in a reduced form (missing much of the harmonic structure).
Le Concert d’Apollon aims to produce new and more complete editions of this grandiose repertoire. We wish to realize this music in a historically informed manner while still creating a unique and exciting performance atmosphere by introducing the dichotomy between a small ensemble and an orchestral setting (trios vs. tous). Exclusive and fresh transcriptions are included in our repertoire.