Repertory

 

We bring your concert ideas to the stage!
In addition to our programs, we are also very happy to accompany your choirs and ensembles.

Our Suggestions:

1. “Contest of Four Nations”

Four countries – two styles: “ground” versus “theatrical”, with violin and harpsichord/organ

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2. “Women Composers of the Baroque”

At many times, little attention was paid to compositions by women. However, many women composers have created beautiful music. For a long time these compositions were “undiscovered”. In this concert program, works by women composers are presented – each woman and each work with its own story. The instrumentation violin-harpsichord can be extended with the rarely heard viola da gamba.

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3. “French Expressivity: Trio Sonatas”

French charm and ornamentation art full of “joie de vivre”

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4. “Concerto Italiano: in stylo virtuoso”

Virtuosity and esprit of the great Italian concerto grosso culture for strings.

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5. “Highlights of the Baroque”

Evergreens of baroque soundscapes.

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6. “Bach and his sons: chamber music cross-references”

Different temperaments of the “Hamburgian”, “London”, “Halle” and “B√ľckeburg” Bach.

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7. “Gallant style and ‘Sturm und Drang’ (= Storm and Urge)”

Like father, like sons – only different! Under this motto, symphonic music and piano concertos by Bach’s sons Carl Philipp Emanuel and Johann Christian, as well as by Bach’s father Johann Sebastian, will be heard.

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8. “CorelliMania”

Virtuoso string concerti and violin sonatas by and in the spirit of the master violinist Arcangelo Corelli.

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9. “Chamber Music Journey through Baroque Europe”

Soprano voice, violin and organ in dialogue.

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10. “Salzburg between 17th and 18th century”

Two centuries of composition history in contrast.

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11. “Wind Chamber Music of the Early Classical Period”

Wind quintets and quartets from the 18th century.

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12. “Little Mozartiade”

Pleasurable-sensual orchestral sounds of the child prodigy.

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13. “Trionfo Barocco: Baroque Dance in Concert”

Hardly any era has presented itself with such opulence and musical diversity as the Baroque era. The program attempts to bring back to life a wide range of this festive culture. Musical playfulness, adorned dance movements, virtuoso vocal performances and contemporary texts unite here together with opulent costumes to create a baroque feast for the senses.

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14. “Concertante Conversation”

Two violins compete with each other over the basso continuo foundation.

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15. “Flute Music at the Court of Frederick the Great”

The Prussian king and his composers of the court orchestra in chamber concert.

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16. “The Recorder in Concert”

The rarely heard, pure instrument pits its unclouded timbre against the vocal sound of the oboe.

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17. The “Goldberg Variations”

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18. “Virtuoso Trumpet Concertos of the Baroque”

Splendor and splendor of the trumpet in works from Italy and Germany.

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19. “The Viola da Gamba in Chamber Music”

The rarely heard, most inward instrument of the Baroque reaches heavenly spheres with its sound.

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20. “Viola da Gamba Consort”

The archaic and delicate sound world of pure viola da gamba ensembles from the early baroque period.

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21. “Rejoice God in all lands”

Solo cantatas for soprano.

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22. “Christmas Italy”

Italian brilliance and devotion in Christmas concerti for strings.

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23. “Christmas Reflection: Chamber Music for the Feast”

Meditation in Tones: Violin Sonatas and Organ Works for Christmas.

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24. “Festive Christmas with Timpani and Trumpets”

Baroque splendor of magnificent sinfoniae and concerti with the sound of the trumpet.