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    He has also published articles in Early Music Oxford University Press Galpin Society Journal The Clarinet Tibia and Scherzo and been interviewed by numerous magazines newspapers and television radio stations His interest in the early clarinet has led Hoeprich to amass a large collection of 18th and 19th century clarinets Of particular interest are a clarinet made by the same maker that built the instrument played by Heinrich Bärmann the clarinettist for whom Weber composed all his great works He also possesses what is credibly the oldest surviving French clarinet made in the 1700s by Prudent in Paris Additionally he owns clarinets by Georg Ottensteiner whose instruments were played by Richard Mühlfeld for whom Brahms wrote his chamber works for clarinet as well as a reproduction of Anton Stadler s basset clarinet which Hoeprich made himself based on an engraving from a program in Riga where Stadler performed the Mozart clarinet concerto in 1794 Repertoire Mozart concerto K622 for basset clarinet clarinette basset 30 Allegro Adagio Rondo Allegro Mozart completed this his last concerto in October of 1791 and made an entry in his list of his own compositions as a work in A major not G major as an early sketch shows and as being composed for Anton Stadler Stadler it seems took the music and immediately embarked on an extensive tour performing the concerto in Prague Berlin Riga Hamburg Hannover among other cities before returning to his post in Vienna Luckily and somewhat astonishingly a program for a concert where Stadler performed the concerto has been preserved in Riga and shows that Stadler made a special feature of the concerto being played on a basset clarinet with its additional low notes He also shows the unique design of the instrument which Hoeprich uses in his erformances for this work The combination of this instrument being made of boxwood and ivory with fewer keys and having additional low notes makes his performance of the concerto a revelatory experience Hoeprich s vast experience in performing 18th century clarinet music with ensembles such as Orchestra of the 18th Century Brüggen and his wind ensembles Nachtmusique Stadler Trio over the past 15 years create a compelling performance Weber concertos op 73 74 25 each The year 1811 was a very special one for clarinet repertoire It was in this year that Weber composed both of the concertos and his concertino for the German clarinettist Heinrich Baermann The works were an instant success and continue to form an important part of the clarinet repertoire today Baermann played on a boxwood clarinet with ten keys made by Griessling Schlott in Berlin Hoeprich has in his collection the exact same instrument by the same maker which might even possibly have belonged to Baermann To hear Weber played on this instrument is a unique experience The nuances and colours of an historic clarinet are much more subtle and dramatic in this music than a performance could be on a modern instrument These qualities together with Hoepriches

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    is equally appreciated abroad Baden Baden Luxembourg Geneva Lausanne Madrid Teatro de La Zarzuela London Barbican Tokyo Bunkamura New York Lincoln Center Shanghai Opera etc Stéphanie d Oustrac also enjoys taking part in music festivals Aix en Provence Saint Denis Radio France In 2009 her performance in the role of Sesto Giulio Cesare at the Glyndebourne Festival was an immense success An eclectic artist whose talent is complete an extensive and integrated whole she regularly gives concerts of chamber music with ensembles such as Amarillis Il Seminario Musicale Les Paladins La Bergamasque or Arpeggiata She also appears in recitals since 1994 mostly with her great friend the pianist Pascal Jourdan Stéphanie d Oustrac has received several prizes Prix Bernac 1999 Radios Francophones 2000 Victoires de la Musique 2002 and the Gramophone Editor s Choice for her Haydn CD 2010 Her more recent projects include concerts with Amarillis a revival of Carmen in Caen Berlioz s Cléopatre with the Age of Enlightenment orchestra in London Poulenc Cocteau in Besançon and at the Théâtre de l Athénée in Paris a revival of La Belle Hélène in Strasbourg the role of Mère Marie de l Incarnation Le Dialogue des Carmélites in Avignon Cybèle Atys at the Opéra Comique Sesto this time in Mozart s La Clemenza di Tito at the Opéra de Paris Stéphanie d Oustrac is a fully rounded personality an artist 100 committed to her roles a woman who loves to give the audience everything her extensive talent makes possible a return she feels for the riches she receives from her inspiring and exciting métier February 2015 Satirino represents Stéphanie d Oustrac for recitals only For opera engagements please contact Thérèse Cedelle Press revues We had been eagerly awaiting Stéphanie d Oustrac s first Carmen It was hard to believe this was her first appearance in the role so accomplished was her performance Le Figaro The mezzo soprano Stéphanie d Oustrac was stunning in the strength and radiance of her performance in the iconic role of Bizet s heroine overshadowing the memory of many of her illustrious predecessors Le Monde Let us begin by welcoming the birth of a great Carmen with whom we shall have to reckon ClassiqueNews com In La Voix Humaine the drama is incandescent thanks to the superb performance both vocally and theatrically by Stéphanie d Oustrac Her voice is long and seems to make light work of the terrible difficulties presented by Poulenc The high notes are sont admirably formed and effortlessly projected This voice is beautiful voice in all registers Cocteau s strong text is communicated with passion The personage is as disarming upsetting and annoying as one could wish A grandiose performance from Stéphanie d Oustrac ClassiqueNews com In point of fact she lacks neither temperament nor troubled sweetness thanks to her seductive mezzo and her irresistable outspokenness Stéphanie d Oustrac dominated in a spoken and sung role that includes two masterly airs the farwell to Piquillo je t adore practically linked via a

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    Nominee for Best Instrumental Performance Classical GRAMMY Nominee 2007 by any measure one of this century s great lutenists Barnes Noble The dean of 20th century lutenists HiFi Magazine The lute is one of the most delicate fragile sounding instruments to have survived the Middle Ages and Paul O Dette is one of its most remarkable and prolific players The Sunday Gazette O Dette opened with Mudarra s Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Luduvico The packed house was hushed in utter complicity with this magician as the spell took hold It was a joy to listen to someone so confident in their field of expertise sharing such beautiful music with us O Dette then played a condensed triptych of Murcia s fascinating transcriptions of the violin sonatas of Corelli Grabe de Corelli La Cadena and Giga de Corelli a sublime example of transcribing economy and suitability a masterly display Tim Panting Classical Guitar Purcell Room Concert London 28 January 1999 A prodigious technique concealed beneath a generous and unassuming musical sensibility The Absolute Sound Lutenist Paul O Dette s refined technique lets his delicate instrument sing with the naturalness and ease of breathing Wilma Salisbury The Plain Dealer Most refreshing is his imaginative interpretation of the notes on the page playing with the intuitive freedom of a jazz musician O Dette really captures the improvisatory spirit of Dowland s age BBC Music Magazine O Dette is the greatest living lutenist Stereophile The music and playing of Mudarra was dazzling Early Music Review The world s leading lutenist Classic CD He is the most prodigiously equipped of today s lutenists and he shows it O Dette is a worthy successor to Julian Bream Gramophone O Dette is simply a wonder The panache with which he strums his instrument is reminiscent of the best jazz and pop guitarists Fanfare O Dette s performance is stunning John Greene ClassicsToday com Paul O Dette s playing of Elizabethan music has become extremely thoughtful and clear over the years He has made virtuosic contrapuntal music his special area of expertise and this recording catches hihim at a peak of introspective interpretation Stephen Dydo Early Music America DOWLAND Complete Lute Works press reviews Dowland did for lute music what Haydn did for the string quartet and Beethoven the piano sonata The finest lutenist and songwriter of his age he composed several of the greatest hits of the late 16th and early 17th centuries the surviving lute works constitute a sort of encyclopedia of the possibilities of the instrument There are song arrangements dance pieces tributes to the composer s friends even a musical self portrait Much of the music is fashionably sad Lute songs generally deal with the agony of lost love and Dowland s most popular tune was called Lachrimae Tears Paul O Dette is simply the best lutenist alive These five discs are available together at a special price or separately A reference edition David Hurwitz Amazon com So in

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    Emmanuel Fauré Grieg and Strauss for Auvidis Decca Harmonia Mundi and K617 More recently he has recorded the Bach Suites which received a ffff review in the French magazine Télérama a Dohnanyi CD 10 in Répertoire an album of great Russian sonatas with the pianist Peter Laul for the Aeon label the Schubert cello quintet with the Prazak Quartet for the Praga label and Martin Matalon s concert for Accord Universal His most recently recordings are the Dutilleux and Caplet concertos with the Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège conducted by Pascal Rophé Diapason d Or Choc du Monde la Musique Clef Resmusica BBC Music Magazine followed by the Brahms sonatas then Schubert s Arpeggione both with Peter Laul for Aeon and a world premier recording of Dubois concerts for Mirare In November 2009 Marc Coppey was chosen to perform Bach in the Place de La Concorde in Paris to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall Marc Coppey is also a deeply committed teacher He is professor at the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur and gives master classes throughout the world He is artistic director of the Musicales de Colmar chamber music festival and since 2011 musical director of the Zagrebacki solisti Zagreb Soloists He was made Officier des Arts et des Lettres by the French culture ministry in 2014 Marc Coppey was born in Strasbourg where he studied at the Conseravtory before attending the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur and the University of Indiana in Bloomington He performs on a rare cello made in Venice in 1711 by Matteo Goffriller www marccoppey com June 2015 Press reviews See French page via this link Solo repertoire Photo Adrien Hippolyte Bach The Six Cello Suites Bach Chaconne from the solo violin Partita in D minor BWV 1004 Britten Cello suites N 1 Op 72 N 3 Op 87 Carter Figment for cello 1994 Cassadó Suite for solo cello 1926 Dutilleux Trois strophes sur le nom de Sacher 1976 Kodaly Sonata for solo cello Op 8 1915 Mantovani One way dedicated to Marc Coppey first performance 12 May 2012 Musicales de Colmar Reger Suite N 2 in D minor opus 131c Ysaÿe Sonata in C minor opus 28 with Peter Laul piano Photo Daniil Rabovsky Beethoven Brahms Debussy Dohnanyi Dubois Fauré Franck Hindemith Kodaly Martinu Mendelssohn Prokofiev Rachmaninov Schnittke Schubert Schumann Shostakovich R Strauss Zimmermann Intercomunicazione with Kenneth Weiss harpsichord Photo Arthur Forjonel Bach sonatas for viola da gamba obligato harpsichord Vivaldi Barrière Geminiani Messages Esquisses Hommage à Pierre Boulez Marc Coppey cello Students of the Paris Conservatoire The first performance of this programme took place at the Philharmonie de Paris on 22nd March 2015 In 1977 Pierre Boulez paid a tribute to patron of the arts Paul Sacher with Messagesquisse for seven cellos Marc Coppey has chosen to revisit this idea by commissioning works from composers who are close to Pierre Boulez In 1977 Mstislav Rostropovitch had commissioned works for cello from several composers as a 70th birthday present to

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    Programmes C H A N T S D E S P E U P L E S Bedrich Smetana 1824 1884 La Moldau Franz Liszt 1811 1886 Rhapsodie Hongroise N 11 Béla Bartók 1881 1945 Chants de Noël roumains Franz Liszt Rhapsodie N 14 Fantasie hongroise Manuel de Falla 1876 1946 Fantasia Baetica Astor Piazzola 1921 1992 Tango Rhapsodie George Gershwin 1898 1937 Rhapsody in Blue B E E T H O V E N Sonata Op 27 N 1 in E flat major Quasi une fantasia Six Bagatelles Op 126 Diabelli Variations Op 120 T O C C A T A Bach Busoni Toccata et fugue en ré mineur Cécile Chaminade Toccata 1897 Poulenc Trois pièces pour piano Fantaisie Hymne Toccata Debussy Pour le piano Prélude Sarabande Toccata Schumann Toccata op 7 Paul Constantinescu Trois pièces pour piano Danse Chant Toccata Enescu Toccata et Pavane op 10 Prokofiev Sonate N 7 op 83 Allegro inquieto Andante caloroso Toccata Precipitato C H O P I N L I S Z T Chopin Nocturne in C sharp minor posthumous Polonaise N 1 Op 24 in C sharp minor Barcarolle Op 60 Nocturne in G Major Op 37 N 2 Nocturne in E minor posthumous Andante Spianato et Grande polonaise Op 22 Liszt Venezia e Napoli Legende N 2 S175 Après une lecture de Dante L I S Z T Three Patrarca Sonnets from the 2ème Année de Pèlerinage Italy Totentanz Paraphrase on Dies Irae S 525 Second Legend Saint François de Paule marchant sur les flots S 175 Three extracts from Première Année de Pèlerinage Switzerland S 160 Au bord d une source Orage La Vallée d Obermann Liszt Wagner Overture to Tannhäuser Variations La Vallée d Obermann can replace Les cloches de Genève Tannhäuser can be replaced by the Dante sonata or the B minor sonata C H O P I N Nocturne in C sharp minor posthumous Polonaise N 1 Op 24 in C sharp minor Barcarolle Op 60 Nocturne in G Major Op 37 N 2 Nocturne in E minor posthumous Andante Spianato et Grande Polonaise Op 22 Sonata Funeral March in B flat minor Fantasia in F minor Op 49 Polonaise Héroïque Op 53 F A N T A I S I E S Mozart Fantasia in C minor K 475 Schumann Fantasia in C major Op 17 Chopin Fantasia in F minor Op 49 Liszt Bénédiction de Dieu dans la solitude from the Harmonies Poétiques et Religieuses Liszt Après une lecture de Dante Fantasia quasi sonata V A R I A T I O N S Beethoven Variations Diabelli Op 120 Händel Chaconne en Sol Majeur Brahms Variations sur un theme de Händel Op 24 2 0 th C e n t u r y Debussy Premier cahier de préludes Horatio Radulescu Sonata N 4 Prokofiev Sonata N 7 Concerto repertoire MOZART Concerto N 9 Jeunehomme K 271 MOZART Concerto N 12 in A major K 414 MOZART Concerto N 20 in D minor K 466

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    Ruth Jewell Can I join in please Paul Kellett Song of Numbers Oliver Knussen Ophelia Dances Hans Kox Rochester s Second Bottle Gyorgy Ligeti Piano Concerto Le Grand Macabre Prelude for 12 Car Hooters Magnus Lindberg Corrente Jubilees Nick Lloyd Fascination and Fury Enid luff For the Many Dead Witold Lutoslawski Chain 1 Jayson Mackie A Darker Shade of Samba Stuart MacRae Ghost Patrol Equilibrium Steve Martland Remembering Lennon Colin Matthews Suns Dance Nicholas Maw Ghost Dances Mendelssohn Overture The Fairy Tale of the Fair Melusina Incidental music to A Midsummer Night s Dream Scherzo Intermezzo Nocturne John Metcalf Dances from Kafka s Chimps Claudio Monteverdi Il Combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda Tom Morgan Inventing Flight Kath Morris Untitled Mozart The Impresario Bassoon Concerto Horn Concerto No 1 Overture The Magic Flute Symphony No 35 in D K385 Dominic Muldowney Out of Danger Tristan Murail Winter Fragments Patrick Nunn Hextych Michael Nyman The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat Mozart on Mortality Stephen Oliver The Garden Spiders Nigel Osborne The Electrification of the Soviet Union The Piano Tuner Elir Owen Griffiths Puppet Master Christopher Painter Cad Goddeu Aderyn Rhiannon Michael Parkin Lady Masery and the Laily Worm Still Life Suzanne Parry Of Dark Love Daniel Parrott Music for a Quiet Place Anthony Payne The Stones and Lonely Places Sing Peri arr Oliver Euridice Lynne Plowman The Cabinet of Dr Caligari Waves to Drown In Gwyneth and the Green Knight The Return of King Raedwald Stargazer House of the Gods Poulenc Le Bal Masque L Histoire de Babar Anthony Powers Fast Colours The Swing of the Sea Purcell arr Britten Chaconne Guto Puw Y Twr Maurice Ravel Pavane pur une infante defunte Ma Mere l Oye Valses Nobles et Sentimentales Timothy Raymond Hymn Tune Harmonies Peter Reynolds Serenata III Michael Robinson A Pretty How Town Carl Ruggles Portals Saariaho Lichtbogen Salvatore Sciarrino Lo Spazio Inverso Luci mie Traditrici The Killing Flower Arnold Schoenberg Kammersymphonie op 9 Pierrot Lunaire Schumann Symphony No 4 Bob Smith Tenby and Solace Luke Starkey Walden Karlheinz Stockhausen Refrain Ylem Strauss Kaiser Waltz Igor Stravinsky Ragtime Firebird The Soldier s Tale Petroushka excerpt Symphony in C Symphonies of Wind Instruments The Rite of Spring Toru Takemitsu Raincoming Tchaikovsky Romeo and Juliet Overture Symphony No 4 Symphony No 5 Michael Tippett Little Music for Strings The Knot Garden Simon Thorne Anticipatory Waltz for the End s End America Michael Torke Adjustable Wrench Andrew Toovey Ubu Mark Anthony Turnage Three Farewells Anna Nicole Dark Crossing Greek Grazioso The Silver Tassie Edgar Varese Integrales Octandre Param Vir Ion Rolf Wallin Boyl William Walton Façade Wagner Prelude Parsifal Prelude Tristan und Isolde Huw Watkins Crime Fiction In the Locked Room Scenes from Under the Milk Wood Judith Weir King Harald Sails to Byzantium Veryan Weston Songs from a Prison Diary John Woolrich Harlequinade The Turkish Mouse In the House of Crossed Desires Music from the House of Crossed Desires Iannis Xenakis Phelgra Frank Zappa G Spot Tornado Press reviews

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    Holland with the Nederlands Kamerorkest in Spain with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife Orquesta Ciudad de Barcelona Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra Orquesta e Coro Ciudad de Madrid Real Filharmonia de Galicia and Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla and in Hong Kong with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta King is also a noted choral conductor who has worked with the Nederlands Kamerkoor Orfeón Donostiarra Swiss Radio Choir Collegium Vocale Ghent and the BBC Singers Operatic work has included Handel Ottone in Japan and the UK Handel Ezio in Paris Purcell The Indian Queen in the UK and Germany Purcell The Fairy Queen in Spain and Britain and Gluck Armide for Buxton Festival Robert King s repertoire besides especial acclaim for his interpretation of baroque music also includes a wide spread of classical and early romantic works both symphonic and choral with a particular focus on the music of Mozart Haydn and Mendelssohn and a continuing specialisation in early twentieth century English composers notably the works of Vaughan Williams Stanford and Parry King is widely regarded as a leading expert on the music of Henry Purcell alongside extensive recording editions of the composer s music he was Artistic Director of Wigmore Hall s Purcell Tercentenary Festival and the author of the definitive biography of the composer He is a frequent broadcaster for the BBC writing and presenting diverse programmes In the world of film music King was a music consultant for Ridley Scott s epic The Kingdom of Heaven and his harpsichord playing can be heard in the hit film Shrek 2 other Hollywood projects include work for The Chronicles of Narnia Pirates of the Caribbean Flushed Away and assisting award winning composer Hans Zimmer The Da Vinci Code Performances this season include concerts and tours in France Hungary Malta the Netherlands Romania

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    its being a necessary band to establish a lasting Friendship between Asia and Rome and to that end invited to Antioch the conquered Princes of Asia particularly Osroa ather of Emirena But this barbarous Prince an implacable Enemy to the Roman Name though defeated and without an Home contemned the Invitation and went o Antioch disguised as an Attendant on Farnaspes who had been a Tributary Prince to him whom with Gifts and Entreaties he sollicited to deliver his Captive Daughter promised before to Farnaspes that he might have no obstacle to his revenging himself on the new Caesar Adriano Sabina in the Interim having heard of Adrian s being elected Emperor and ignorant of his new Passion for Emirena flew with Impatience from Rome to meet him in Syria and to accomplish the desired Nuptials The Episode introduces Idalma as another Captive Princess Friend and Confidant of Emirena who falling in Love with Adrian aspires to his Nuptials and employs all arts which her amorous Passion can suggest to exasperate Adrian against Sabina and Emirena The fluctuating Situation of Adrian between his love for Emirena and the great obligation which obliged him to return to Sabina the patient suffering of the latter the plots o the furious Osroa which are laid to the charge of the innocent Farnaspes the Uneasiness of Emirena one while on account of her Father Osroa s Danger and at another on that of her Lover s and the Discovery of the Wiles of the enamoured Idalma are the Motives which by Degrees rouze the nodding Virtue of Adrian who at length gaining a Victory over himself restores his Enemy to his Kingdom to his Rival his Spouse and pardoning Idalma restores his Heart to Sabina and recovers his own Glory La Foreste enchantée Francesco Saverio Geminiani Full length animated film By Fabio Biondi Davide Livermore Animation by Marco Fantozzi Zenit audiovisivi Turin Europa Galante Fabio Biondi direction violin 18 musicians strings 43221 2 flutes 2 horns theorbo harpsichord In 1754 for the Paris performance of La Forest enchantée the architect and stage director Giovanni Niccolò Servandoni deployed all the possibilities the lighting stage machines sets and perspectives available at the time in an original format of choreographic pantomime with music by Geminiani to illustrate the 13th canto of Tasso s Jerusalem Delivered La Gerusalemme liberata This is a story of magic armies and an imaginary world that traces the confrontation between Aladin and Godefroi the exploits of Renaud and the transformations of Armide a world of myth and fantasy that will speak clearly to present day audiences Although there is no 18th Century stage machinery the audience will nevertheless see dancing before its eyes scenes and images that will drawn it into the veritable enchanted forest of this animated film thanks to the dramatic art of Fabio Biondi and Davide Livermore and of Livermore s drawings and paintings bringing to the screen the same powerful emotion of Geminiani s music in an unparallelled performance

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