IYAP 2014

IYAP 2014

”Each voice has a distinct character and function, aiming for individuality of musical line rather than mass of sound. The power of this ensemble lies in their darging to perform with individual voices as a single unit.”

Kristen Huebner (Amsterdam), Bachtrack

26 januari 2013

“I have experience of coaching student and young professional period instrument performers across Europe, but the open mindness, enthusiasm and skill of Symphonie Atlantique exceeds anything I have encountered elsewhere. The combination of talent, energy and research-led approach to historical performance combine in this ensemble to produce extremely exciting and highly competent results.(…) The engagement of the players coupled with exceptionally intelligent musicianship produced extremely compelling performances.”

Claire Holden (Oxford), docent Historical Performance aan het Royal Academy of Music London, violiste bij het Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment en promovendus aan de Cardiff University met als onderwerp het vioolspel in het begin van de 19de eeuw.

“With the enthusiasm of one who embarks on a light boat at the mercy of the wind, the members of [Symphonie Atlantique] played as if their lives depended on every note.”

Luis Gago, Blogs de Revista de Libros, 16 oktober 2012

Interview met Rebecca Huber (Akkoord)

2015.04.00 Akkoord Magazine interview Symphonie Atlantique

“Based in The Hague, Symphonie Atlantique is a newcomer to watch. Last Sunday, their matinee performance of Handel’s Giulio Cesare in Egitto was enthusiastically received by the public of the Concertgebouw and demonstrated that period performances have bright days ahead.”

Giulio Cesare – Bachtrack

2015.04.14 Recensie Bachtrack

Alles werd gedragen door het energieke spel van Symphonie Atlantique, een internationaal, in Den Haag gevestigd barokorkest, dat respect afdwong door de ruim vier uur durende opera staand te spelen.

Giulio Cesare – Volkskrant

2015.04.14 Recensie Volkskrant