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Friday 26 October 2018

  • 1CRMF logo 2018

    1 October - 28 November 2018

    This years edition of Copenhagen Renaissance Music Festival explores the Lute instrument family. Renown artists from all over Europe and Middle East perform rare repertoire from the Middle Ages to Early Baroque in 16 concerts - solos, duos, trios and one quartet, with and without singers. 

    Meet Nicolas Achten, Marc Lewon & Paul Kieffer, Nicolas Lartaun/Ricardo Leitão Pedro/Lukas Henning, Mouhabet Duo (Periklis Papapetropoulos/Cihan Turkoglu), Bilal Irshed, Negar Bouban, Bor Zuljan & Romain Bockler, Michele Carreca, Andreas Arend & June Telletxea, Enea Sorini & Pepe Frana, Marco Horvat, Fredrik Bock, Doyho Sol, Simone Sorini Syrenarum, Jonas Nordberg and Quartetto di Liuti da Milano.

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  • Les Musiciens de Saint Julien ensemble 2

     

    26 october 2018, 9pm - AMUZ 

    Zachary Wilder & Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien - Forever Fortune: Scottish Music from the 18th Century

    A unique combination of traditional and classical styles is what makes 18th century Scottish music so compelling. Italian composers, specifically Arcangelo Corelli, had a great influence on composers such as William McGibbon, James Oswald, Robert McIntosh and many others. But all of them, without exception, remained true to the traditional Scottish themes, adapting them to the forms and harmonies of the Baroque style. “With superlative virtuosity, François Lazarevitch and his musicians whirl the listeners away, leaving them with their heads in the stars”, Classica wrote. Combining Scottish dance music, songs and airs with variations, Les Musiciens de Saint-Julien present an exceptional programme in which the poetry of early instruments is combined with the energy of traditional music.

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European Day of Early Music - 6th Edition

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