Ensembles

Ombre et Soleil

Shadow and sun – the age of baroque indulged in contrasts, be it effective ruptures and changes of affetti in music or lively illuminated scenes in the visual arts. Corresponding to this principle of contrasts the ensemble Ombre et Soleil combines the soft sound of the traverso and the viola da gamba with the brilliant tone of the baroque violin, the harpsichord and the baroque mandoline – thus the shadow and the sun – thereby achieving a dynamical musical entity.
The musicians met while studying Early Music at the Universität der Künste Berlin and the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève. Yet the foundation of the ensemble was decided upon at a master-course at the inspiring Italian town of Urbino in summer 2009.

www.ombre-et-soleil.com

 

Berlin Trio

Apart from the pure recorder consort, the trio offers a wide range of instruments: a baroque violine, a traverso and the historic percussion. We use their extraordinary expressiveness to compose appealing and ambitious progammes: music and pictures; music and time…

http://www.katharina-gloes.de/ensembles/trio/

 

Zephyrus Consort

Our love of the traverso and our interest in the Renaissance music brought us together to explore the European literature of the 16th century. Our aim is to put new life in the delicate beauty of this instrument always trying to come close to a historical performance practise.

 

Ensemble Libeccio

After several years of playing together as students in the class of professor Gabriel Garrido at the Geneva music conservatory this recorder consort was founded 2015 and since then could convince the audience of the smooth clarity of their joint sound. The four musicians perform unadorned homophonic pieces as well as virtuoso divisions creating a homogeneous and colourful sound experience inspired by their individual personalities.

 

Camerata Rousseau

This international orchestra, founded by the conductor Leonardo Muzii in Geneva, consists of young and talented musicians. It is our ambition and our passion to play on historic instruments of the Baroque and the Classical Period.

 

 

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