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Wednesday 21 November 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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  • QuadrottoFb inst

    21 November - 20h30/8.30 p.m [ITALY]

    Fahmi Alqhai, musical direction - Rocío Márquez, voice

    Chiesa di Santa Caterina da Siena 

     

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  • Bach

     November 13 – December 4 [Latvia]

     

    In Riga we will hear European Union Baroque Orchestra with director and violinist Amandine Beyer, ensembles “Canto Fiorito” (Lithuania) and “Musica Antiqua Salzburg” (Austria) with director Rodrigo Calveyra (Brazil), Polish duo by Ania Karpowicz (flute) and Poland, Marek Bracha (piano), “Finnish Baroque Orchestra” (FIBO) with soprano Myriam Arbouz (France) and more.

     

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  • Bruges 2

    21 November - 20h00 / 8 p.m [BE]

    Vox Luminis

    Ex Libris Bach. Florilegium Portense

    Florilegium Portense is a unique piece of the puzzle of Johann Sebastian Bach's genius. Every week, Bach drew upon some of this collection’s 265 German and Italian motets, many of them by star composers, such as Lassus, Praetorius and Gabrieli. Over the coming years, Vox Luminis – artist in residence at Concertgebouw Brugge – plans to publish and record the Florilegium. On 21 November, they present a first proof of the work and an insight into the work process. The climax of the evening called Ex libris Bach will be the master’s own motet Jesu, meine Freude.

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European Day of Early Music - 6th Edition

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