François Couperin (1668 - 1733)
Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 - 1767)
Trio Terzo (for oboe, violin and basso continuo in G-minor)
- Andante - Largo - Andante
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750)
Trio sonata in G-major BWV 1039
- Allegro ma non presto
- Adagio e piano
Teatro alla moda (Lilia Slavny, barok viool; Diego Nadra, barok hobo; Benny Aghassi, fluit en barok fagot; Cvetanka Sozovska, clavecimbel)
Teatro alla moda: Taking its name from the treatise by Benedetto Marcello (written in 1720), "Teatro alla moda" devotes itself to the historically-informed performance of baroque music. The members of this ensemble come from three different cultural environments, but found their unified musical language in The Netherlands, during their studies at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague.
Combining virtuosity and thorough study of the authentic performance practice of the baroque period, the musicians explore and present repertoire for different chamber music combinations on historical copies of violin, recorder, oboe, bassoon and harpsichord, playing pieces from the very early baroque up to the birth of the classical musical style.
Lilia Slavny was born in Moscow , Russia . She started her music studies on the violin at the age of 4, attending later the Moscow Music College , nr. the P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatorium. She continued and completed with honors her B.A. degree studies in modern and baroque violin, in the Rubin Academy of Music and Dance in Jerusalem , Israel , under the supervision of Michael Kugel and Daniel Fradkin. While living in Israel Lilia was a member of the Jerusalem Consort with whom she recorded 2 CDs, and of the Binyamin Quartet; she has been also the principal player of the Jerusalem Baroque Orchestra conducted by David Shemer. Among her recent musical engagements are Utrecht Baroque Consort, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, English Baroque Soloists, La Cercle de l' Harmonie. In August 2004, Lilia won the first price in the Second International Soloist Competition for Early Instruments in Austria.
Diego Nadra began his studies on recorder and oboe in his native Argentina. Since 1995 he has specialised in the baroque oboe. In September 1997 he went to Holland to study baroque oboe at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (Ku Ebbinge 1997-2001) and the Conservatory of Amsterdam (Alfredo Bernardini 2001-2002). He has played and recorded under the direction of some of the most important names in the Early Music scene, including Paul Mc Creesh, Jos van Veldhoven, Hermann Max, David Stern, Monica Hugett, Richard Egarr, Enrico Onofri, Hidemi Suzuki, Gabriel Garrido, Reinhard Goebel, Eduardo Lopez Banzo, Frans Brüggen, Attilio Cremonesi, René Jacobs, Masaaki Suzuki, Wim Ten Have, Marcus Creed, Pierre Cao, Jacques Ogg y Paul Hillier. He has performed all over the European Union, Russia, Japan, Israel, Iceland, Brazil, South Korea and Argentina.
Cvetanka Sozovska (1975, Skopje, Macedonia) graduated piano at The Faculty of Music Arts in Skopje, with Boris Romanov, in 1996. The same year she started her harpsichord studies with Jacques Ogg at The Royal Conservatory in The Hague, The Netherlands. In his class she obtained Certificate, First phase diploma (Bachelor's degree) and Second phase diploma (Master's degree) up until 2002. Cvetanka has performed many concerts throughout Europe, both as a soloist and chamber musician. She was a member of the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO), worked with the Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century and Orchestra de Cadaques led by conductors such as: Reinhard Goebel, Fabio Biondi, Frans Bruggen and Sir Neville Mariner. Recently she performed in South Korea, as well as in the production "Merg" of the dance company Leine en Roebana on their tour throughtout Holland. Cvetanka is the Early Music corepetitor at the Utrecht's Conservatory.Dit programma is ook in PDF-formaat beschikbaar.