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Festesbaroques

18-bis édition Festes Baroques en Terre des Graves et du Sauternais

5 June to 8 July 2021

Terre des Graves and Sauternais, France

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Via Mediaeval 2021 - "Northern Lights"

3 to 25 September 2021

Germany

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Visuel Festival dAmbronay
10 September to 3 October 2021

Festival d'Ambronay
France - Ambronay

The 42nd Festival d’Ambronay - Nouvelles Suites, will take place from 10 September to 3 October! After the success of the 2020 special edition, this year’s Festival will have a specific focus on crossover concerts, young talents and family shows. As every year, you will also find the best ensembles the baroque scene can offer: Les Cris de Paris, Les Arts Florissants, Cappella Mediterranea, L'Arpeggiata... to name a few! Reservations are now open on festival.ambronay.org!

REMA Bachskonigin
Thursday 23 September
20:00 Arnhem, Musis

Bach may have written his most beautiful pieces for his favourite instrument, the organ. Holland Baroque passes these masterpieces on to the orchestra. As rich as the ‘organo pleno’ sounded on the Silbermann organs of Johann Sebastian Bach, we now hear this wealth of sound translated to the orchestral instruments of Holland Baroque. Oboes, strings, bassoon and a full continuo group pay tribute to the organ: the indisputable ‘Queen of instruments’.
“Holland Baroque makes Bach’s organ pipes dance.” (Volkskrant)

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COPENHAGEN RENAISSANCE MUSIC FESTIVAL 2021
23 September to 28 November 2021
Joins the international celebration of JOSQUIN in commemoration of his 500 years death anniversary. The festival runs September 23 - November 28 and presents five high profile concerts by The Danish Radio Vocal Ensemble & Peter Phillips, vocal ensemble Musica Ficta & Bo Holten, vocal ensemble Musica Caelestis, Copenhagen, Dulces Exuviae with Bor Zuljan and Romain Bockler; and finally Armonía Concertada with María Cristina Kiehr, soprano, Ariel Abramovich, vihuela, Jonatan Alvarado, tenor.
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REMA Bachskonigin
Friday 24 Septembre
20:00 Vries, Bonifatiuskerk

Bach may have written his most beautiful pieces for his favourite instrument, the organ. Holland Baroque passes these masterpieces on to the orchestra. As rich as the ‘organo pleno’ sounded on the Silbermann organs of Johann Sebastian Bach, we now hear this wealth of sound translated to the orchestral instruments of Holland Baroque. Oboes, strings, bassoon and a full continuo group pay tribute to the organ: the indisputable ‘Queen of instruments’.
“Holland Baroque makes Bach’s organ pipes dance.” (Volkskrant)

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Brabant 1653

Thursday 07 October 
20:15 Den Haag, Nieuwe kerk

Holland Baroque, together with five female soloists, presents the musical traditions of 17th-century monastic life in North Brabant. ‘Brabant 1653’ unveils hidden gems from Dutch musical history.

The central figure of this program is composer Benedictus à Sancto Josepho (1642-1716) who was associated with the Carmelite monastery in Boxmeer. Intrigued by this figure, who worked just around the corner from their hometown, Judith and Tineke Steenbrink set out to investigate. This is how they discovered the irresistible quality of his music and the surprisingly rich musical culture of which he was a part. In this program you will hear the music sung by a women’s choir as it might have sounded in the convents of the Clarissen te Megen and the sisters of Maria Refugie in Uden.

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Brabant 1653

Friday 08 October
20:00 Cuijk, Sint-Martinuskerk

Holland Baroque, together with five female soloists, presents the musical traditions of 17th-century monastic life in North Brabant. ‘Brabant 1653’ unveils hidden gems from Dutch musical history.

The central figure of this program is composer Benedictus à Sancto Josepho (1642-1716) who was associated with the Carmelite monastery in Boxmeer. Intrigued by this figure, who worked just around the corner from their hometown, Judith and Tineke Steenbrink set out to investigate. This is how they discovered the irresistible quality of his music and the surprisingly rich musical culture of which he was a part. In this program you will hear the music sung by a women’s choir as it might have sounded in the convents of the Clarissen te Megen and the sisters of Maria Refugie in Uden.

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Brabant 1653

Saturday 09 October
20:15 Leeuwarden, Grote Kerk

Holland Baroque, together with five female soloists, presents the musical traditions of 17th-century monastic life in North Brabant. ‘Brabant 1653’ unveils hidden gems from Dutch musical history.

The central figure of this program is composer Benedictus à Sancto Josepho (1642-1716) who was associated with the Carmelite monastery in Boxmeer. Intrigued by this figure, who worked just around the corner from their hometown, Judith and Tineke Steenbrink set out to investigate. This is how they discovered the irresistible quality of his music and the surprisingly rich musical culture of which he was a part. In this program you will hear the music sung by a women’s choir as it might have sounded in the convents of the Clarissen te Megen and the sisters of Maria Refugie in Uden.

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Brabant 1653

Sunday 10 October 20:15
Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg

Holland Baroque, together with five female soloists, presents the musical traditions of 17th-century monastic life in North Brabant. ‘Brabant 1653’ unveils hidden gems from Dutch musical history.

The central figure of this program is composer Benedictus à Sancto Josepho (1642-1716) who was associated with the Carmelite monastery in Boxmeer. Intrigued by this figure, who worked just around the corner from their hometown, Judith and Tineke Steenbrink set out to investigate. This is how they discovered the irresistible quality of his music and the surprisingly rich musical culture of which he was a part. In this program you will hear the music sung by a women’s choir as it might have sounded in the convents of the Clarissen te Megen and the sisters of Maria Refugie in Uden.

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