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      Mezzo-soprano Juliette De Banes Gardonne

      La Folia Early Music Festival I: Treasures of the Neapolitan Baroque

      For the first of 2 concerts from the 2015 La Folia Early Music Festival, young French mezzo-soprano Juliette De Banes Gardonne is featured in a program of cantatas by Caresana, Porpora and Alessandro Scarlatti, little known, and in one case, unpublished, Joined by a chamber ensemble composed of harpsichord, theorbo, cello, flute, and violin. Recorded […]

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      Ensemble Meridiana

      La Folia Early Music Festival II: Les voyages de l’amour – French music for Woodwinds

      Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Ensemble Meridiana has established itself as one of Europe’s finest Baroque ensembles. The five members of Ensemble Meridiana come from four different countries and met during their studies at the Schola Cantorum in Basel, Switzerland where they specialized in early music. For their program Les voyages de l’amour, the […]

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      Recent Programs

      Tenors Serge Goubidoud & Marco Beasley (foreground) with organist Guido Morini

      Tenors Serge Goubidoud & Marco Beasley (foreground) with organist Guido Morini

      Marco Beasley & Accordone: Cantate Deo — Sacred music from 17th century Italy

      For the final recital in Baroque&Before’s 4-concert series of programs from the 2015 Concentus Moraviae Festival, Accordone, the innovative ensemble founded in 1984 by Guido Morini and Marco Beasley, presents celestial songs (motets for two similar voices) from the early 17th century by composers including Donati, Giamberti, and Monteverdi. Accordone was last featured on Baroque&Before […]

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      Ensemble Clément Janequin

      Ensemble Clément Janequin

      L’Ensemble Clément Janequin: Naughty&Bawdy

      Taking its name from the French Renaissance composer of chansons, The French early music Ensemble Clément Janequin presents a program of 15th- and 16th-century chansons. Lutenist Eric Bellocq joins the male a capella ensemble for this recital recorded live in concert June 3, 2015, in the Knight’s Hall of the Moravský Krumlov Castle. This recital […]

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      Organist Jos van Immerseel in Dubrovnik

      Organist Jos van Immerseel in Dubrovnik

      Jos van Immerseel: Solo Organ Recital

      Long before he was known as a conductor, Belgian musician Jos van Immerseel triumphed as a keyboardst, equally at home on harpsichord, fortepiano and organ. For his appearance in the Concentus Moraviae Festival of 2015 Mr. Immerseel gave a solo recital on the unique organ of Dubrovnik’s Church of the Elevation of the Holy Cross. […]

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      Baroque Guitarist Pierre Pitzl

      Baroque Guitarist Pierre Pitzl

      A Baroque Guitar Recital: Pierre Pitzl

      One guitar, three worlds. From City to City, party to party: from Rome to Paris to the Madrid of the 17th- and early 18th centuries. Pierre Pitzl, playing Baroque guitar, presents a program of early baroque dances by Robert de Visée, Gaspar Sanz, and others. Recorded live in concert May 31, 2015 in the Zadní […]

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