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Opening concert : Fux and his Bohemian Followers Tůma & Zelenka - TivoliVredenburg : Grote zaal

Le 29/08/2014
Par : Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht

Large-scale and festive : this is how we begin this Habsburg Early Music Festival. By the Viennese court composer Fux, much admired by Bach, we hear the radiant Te Deum. Then two of his best students take their turn : we hear Tůma’s Stabat Mater and Zelenka’s Missa Divi Xaverii. It will be an evening full of Baroque discoveries in which the choir, orchestra and soloists of Prague’s Collegium 1704, conducted by artist in residence Václav Luks, promise us an electrifying performance.

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Date : Saturday 30 August 2014

Location : Elzenveld Antwerp, Belgium

Italian organist and harpsichordist Lorenzo Ghielmi will give a master class - following his recital at Laus Polyphoniae - for young, talented organists and harpsichordists. Ghielmi is organist in the Basilica San Simpliciano in Milan and has several award-winning recordings on his record.

In this masterclass Ghielmi will guide the young organists from the repertoire of the Italian Renaissance to the organ and harpsichord works of Girolamo Frescobaldi. Central to this master class is ’Il Transilvano "(Venice, 1593) of Girolamo Diruta. Besides theoretical reflections on the piano and organ playing technique, this tract contains several special compositions of Diruta.

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Ensemble Tiburtina : The Mourning Queen - Format : St. Willibrordkerk, Utrecht

Le 30/08/2014
Par : Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht

The eight female voices of Tiburtina ensemble from Prague sing, with harp accompaniment, religious and lyric poetry from the court of the culture-loving king Wenceslas II. He ruled around 1300 over the turbulent region of Bohemia. Tiburtina ensemble concentrates on the tragic life of his wife, Judith of Habsburg, who died at age 26, only days after her coronation. For the first time in 700 years, we hear poetry dedicated to her.

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Vivante : Anne Marie Dragosits - Format : Leeuwenbergh, Utrecht

Le 30/08/2014
Par : Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht

The Italian Giovanni Felice Sances arrived in 1636 in Vienna, where he worked till his death in 1679 as a singer and chapel master. Sances grew to be one of the key figures in Viennese musical life: from there his fame reached across all of Europe. Ensemble Vivante paints his portrait with vocal duets and fragments from his operas Apollo deluso and Aristomene Messenio, which he produced along with Schmelzer and Draghi for the Habsburg emperor Leopold I.

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Barocktrompeten Ensemble Berlin : Cum tubis in Pleno - Geertekerk, Utrecht

Le 30/08/2014
Par : Festival Oude Muziek Utrecht

In the German empire, strict regulations applied to the playing of wind instruments in combination with other instruments, but within the direct reach of Habsburg influence the rules were more relaxed. In this way, the culture of trumpet and trombone playing blossomed. The Baroque Trumpet Ensemble of Berlin presents music by Bertali, Biber and Schmelzer for strings and winds.

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