Reprise – Giulio Cesare

flyer Opera in Caprera 2015Giulio Cesare – Reprise

22 August 19:30

Openluchttheater Bloemendaal

On 22 August, we will reprise our concert version of Handel’s Giulio Cesare at the Openluchttheater in Bloemendaal. Our performance of the same opera at Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw this April was received quite well.

At Bloemendaal, we are excited to be performing with countertenor Maarten Engeltjes, mezzosoprano Tania Kross, and Olivia Vermeulen, Ruth Willemse, Dieuwertje Luppers, and David Greco. It will be an inspiring evening!

Tickets are available (€47,50 excluding service costs)

www.openluchttheaterbloemendaal.nl

Les Lumières: Music of Rameau, Rebel, and Leclair

SA sebastian poster (revised)-page-001To celebrate the 250th anniversary of the death of Jean-Philippe Rameau, Symphonie Atlantique presents a multifaceted programme of Rameau’s orchestral suites with music of Rebel and a Leclair with soloist, Rebecca Huber.

7 November, 2014 – 19:00
Fundación Sebastian
Av patriotismo 304
Col. San Pedro de los pinos

9 November – 17:00
Teatro obraje
San Miguel de Allende Continue reading

Baroque Workshop: Mexico City, 2014

SA curso barroco poster (revised)-page-001Members of Symphonie Atlantique have crossed the Atlantic to give a workshop on baroque orchestral playing, lectures, and individual masterclasses and lessons.

From 1-5 November in Mexico City, the workshop focuses on Rameau’s opera and ballet music from Zoroastre and Les Indes galantes.  

The participants of the workshop will play alongside the faculty on 5 November at 19:00 at Biblioteca lerdo de Tejada in the beautiful center of Mexico City.

We would like to extend our warmest thanks to Emilio Mejía and Dario Moreno of Barroquísimo A.C. for their help and support of this project. Continue reading

IYAP 2014

IYAP CertificateThe committee of the International Young Artist Presentation (IYAP) in Antwerpen awarded Symphonie Atlantique as the IYAP Selected Promising Ensemble 2014!

We would like to send our warmest thanks to the committee, our host families, and, of course, our seven musicians who performed Beethoven’s Septet in E flat major including:

Rebecca Huber, violin

Annemarie Kosten-Dür, viola

Aleksandra Renska, violoncello

Alon Portal, double bass

Elise Bonhivert, clarinet

Krzysztof Bialasik, natural horn

Takako Kunugi, bassoon Continue reading