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Wensleydale Concert Series

 

Ensemble la Notte - Early Music Concert

Concerts
Ensemble-la-Notte
Date: Saturday, 3rd September 2022 19:30

Venue: St. Andrew's Church, Aysgarth

Ensemble la Notte - Early Music Concert

Programme:

Jean-Féry Rebel (1666 – 1747) (arr. M.Wilson)

‘Le Chaos’, from Les Élémens
‘Les Caractères de la Danse'

George Frideric Handel (1685 – 1759)

Trio Sonata Op.2 no.5 in g minor, HWV 390a

Nicola Matteis (c. 1670 – c.1720)

‘Diverse bizzarie Sopra la Vecchia Sarabanda ò pur Ciaccona’

Nicholas L’Estrange (1603 – 1655)

Collected antimasque music

‘The Furies’
‘The Apes Dance at the Temple’

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)

Trio Sonata in d minor, TWV 42:d10

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Jan Dismas Zelenka (1679 - 1745)

Trio Sonata No.4 in G minor

Henry Purcell (1659 – 1695)

‘Dance for the Green Men’ Act 3 from ‘The Fairy Queen’, Z 629

Jean Philippe Rameau (1683 – 1764)

‘Les Sauvages’ from Les Indes Galantes

Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

Trio Sonata in d minor Op 1 no. 12 ‘La Folia’, RV 63

Performers:

Maxim del Mar- baroque violin
Kate Allsop - recorders
Mark Wilson - bassoon/dulcian
Mary Walton- baroque cello
Callum Anderson - harpsichord
Jonatan Bougt - theorbo

(if the duclian or theorbo are unknown to you click on the links for further information)

The concert is based on their new CD - La Folia

LaFolia front cover

 

Formed in early 2018, baroque group Ensemble La Notte aim to bring less well-known early repertoire to a more mainstream audience, as well as promote historically informed performance. 2019 saw the release of their first CD and three broadcasts on BBC Radio 3, where they were invited to join the BBC Music Introducing scheme and performed at the Proms 2019 BBC Music Introducing Showcase.

With a core trio – recorder, bassoon and early keyboard – and an expanded group of baroque strings, Ensemble La Notte’s repertoire covers the entire baroque period, with specific focus on the virtuosity of early 17th century Italy. As a trio, ELN adapts to period and style by playing on different historical versions of their instruments, thus bringing an exciting mixture of character and timbre to their performance.

In the past few months, ELN have been highly successful on both the concert and competitive platform, winning both the Town Hall Symphony Hall Prize and the Corton Hyde Early Music Prize. Individually, the members were multiple winners of their own Conservatoire departmental prizes between 2014 and 2019. Recent concert highlights include performances in venues such as Town Hall, Birmingham and the Holywell Music Room, Oxford.

For futher information see the Ensemble la Notte website.

For Further information about individual artists see the following websites:

Kate Allsop (Kate performs music by Adriana van den Bergh, with Alice Trocellier and Roza Bene)


Mark Wilson (Mark and Kate perform Dario Castello's Sonata Ottava with William Peart)


Jonatan Bougt
(Jonatan introduces the theobo and plays two pieces by Robert de Visée, 1655-1732/3)

Maxim del Mar (Bach: Concerto for Violin and Oboe BWV 1060R - II. Andante with Angelika-Rose Stangl)


Callum Anderson (Callum performs Claude-Bénigne Balbastre's ‘La Lamarck’)

 

 

All Dates


  • Saturday, 3rd September 2022 19:30

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