On air streams with Orpheus Baroque Stockholm
Orpheus’ treasure trove with music for woodwinds by Vivaldi, Telemann and Fasch.
Sunday 15 September 2019 16.00Ends approximately 18.00
Since the formation of Orpheus Baroque in 2015 by Baroque-loving members of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, the ensemble has also developed into an important meeting place for some of Sweden’s leading Baroque musicians. The ensemble plays period instruments and since it was founded, violinist Elin Gabrielsson (member of, among other things, Italian Europa Galante) has served as concertmaster and cellist Johannes Rostamo (solo cellist for the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra) has served as artistic director.
Under the vignette Orpheus’ treasure trove, we will see the ensemble in a smaller chamber music format. The focus of this concert is on chamber music for woodwinds by the masters Vivaldi, Telemann and Fasch.
The critically acclaimed ensemble collaborates with guest conductors such as Manfredo Kramer, Alfredo Bernardini, Dan Laurin, Peter Spissky, Luca Guglielmi, Göran Karlsson and Mariangiola Martello, as well as soloists such as Anders J. Dahlin and Kristina Hammarström. The ensemble’s goal is to continuously widen its repertoire and knowledge of the expansive field of Baroque.
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The musicApproximate times
Georg Philipp Telemann Trio Sonata in F major for alto recorder, oboe and basso continuo TWV 42:F65 min
Antonio Vivaldi Chamber Concerto in g minor for recorder, oboe and bassoon RV 1039 min
Johann Friedrich Fasch Sonata in C major for bassoon and basso continuo11 min
Giovanni Battista Fontana Sonata seconda, version for recorder and basso continuo8 min
Evaristo Felice Dall’Abaco Trio Sonata in a minor op 3:9
- Members of Orpheus Baroque Stockholm:
- Jesper Harryson oboe
- Kerstin Frödin oboe/recorder
- Jens-Christoph Lemke bassoon
- Johannes Rostamo cello
- Mayumi Kamata harpsichord