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Lautten Compagney

Located in Berlin, the Lautten Compagney was founded being a lute duo by lutenists Wolfgang Katschner and Hans-Werner Apel in 1984. Since that time, a whole orchestra is continuing to grow up around its founders, but Lautten Compagney continues to execute being a duo every once in awhile. Nonetheless, they …

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Consort of Musicke

The beginning of a lovely friendship began between Anthony Rooley and Adam Tyler while Rooley was teaching at London’s Royal Academy of Music. Rooley, who started his musical profession as a traditional guitarist, was wanting to branch out in to the previously musical repertories which were contacting him: the secular …

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William Christie

Long a respected figure in the first music performance movement, William Christie continues to be specifically influential in repairing opera and People from france music with their rightful spots in the Baroque repertory. He’s the harpsichordist and innovator from the ensemble Les Arts Florissants. Christie was created in Buffalo, NY, …

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Teddy Tahu Rhodes

Teddy Tahu Rhodes elicits solid response from his viewers, due to his handsome appearance and his powerful, creamy tone of voice. In Australia he continues to be known as opera’s Brad Pitt, and in the U.S. he’s likened to Sting, but with a far more imposing physique. Certainly, at 6’5″ …

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Owen Rees

English organist and choral conductor Owen Rees attended St. Catharine’s University, Cambridge, with an body organ scholarship or grant, and pursued graduate research there with Peter le Huray and Iain Fenlon. Rees received his doctoral level in 1991. At St. Peter’s University and St. Edmund Hall, Oxford, he was a …

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Mireille Delunsch

Mireille Delunsch is normally a leading France lyric soprano with an adventuresome repertory mostly including early and latest operas and various other vocal functions. Her debut on the Opéra du Rhin is at Boris Godunov by Mussorgsky and Wagner’s Parsifal. A few of her various other assignments are Folly in …

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Donald Runnicles

Donald Runnicles is an extremely successful Scottish conductor who mostly worked in opera homes before 1990s, the 10 years he successfully branched away in to the concert hall. He offers generally divided his profession similarly between operatic and symphonic performing since. Though he spent some time working thoroughly in the …

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Concerto Köln

Among the organizations arising through the period-instrument growth from the 1980s was Cologne Concerto, also known by it is German name, Concerto Köln. Founded in 1985 by latest graduates of varied Western conservatories, it nearly immediately started touring its Baroque and Traditional repertory around European countries, appearing regularly at main …

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Charles Tournemire

A precocious kid, Charles Tournemire was appointed organist from the cathedral of St. Pierre in Bordeaux at age 11. He examined on the Conservatoire de Paris with César Franck and Charles-Marie Widor, earning in 1891 the initial prize in body organ; he also examined with d’Indy in the Schola Cantorum. …

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Netherlands Chamber Choir

HOLLAND Chamber Choir was founded as the chorus Pro Musica in 1937 by Felix de Nobel for some radio broadcasts of Bach cantatas. The next calendar year, de Nobel transformed the ensemble’s name to holland Chamber Choir. The first times of the choir highlighted a bunch of well-known Dutch performers …

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