Concert Diary

2011

13th February 15.30
"A musical journey through baroque Europe"
Salon Freches
19, rue Paul Feval
75018 Paris


17th February 19.30
"A musical journey through baroque Europe"
Kirche St. Ruprecht
Ruprechtsplatz 1
1010
Wien


19th February 12.30
Sonatas and Suites by Hotetterre, Quantz and more.
The Abbey Church,Waltham Abbey,Essex EN9 1XQ/UK


8th July 19.30
"Intervallis luxuriantibus"
Zeeuwse Concertzaal,Middelburg/The Netherlands


4th October 19.30
Radio Ö1 "Alte Musik-Neu Interpretiert" 
With Bernhard Trebuch, live from the Radiokulturhaus Wien


5th October 19.30
"Intervallis luxuriantibus" 
Music by F. Couperin, G.F. Händel, J.M. Hotteterre and J.J. Quantz.
Salvatorsaal, Barnabitengasse 14, 1060 Wien


2012

28th March 19.30
Vienna Bachwoche Festival
"Bach und der französische esprit" 
Music by J.M. Hotteterre, Anne-Danican Philidor and J.S. Bach
Lutherische Stadtkirche, Dorotheergasse 18, 1010 Wien


1st October 18.00
"Omnes viae Romam ducunt“Music by J.M. Hotteterre, Handel and Quantz The Royal College of Muisc Museum, London UK
For booking information, please click www.rcm.ac.uk


3rd October 12.00
"Omnes viae Romam ducunt“
Music by J.M. Hotteterre, Handel and Quantz
Cobbe Collection at Hatchlands, UK
For booking information, please click www.cobbecollection.co.uk 


10th November 20.00
Prize Winner Concert 
International Early Music Competition in Middelburg, the Netherlands
Music by J.M. Hotteterre, Handel and Quantz

Doopsgezinde Kerk Middelburg
Lange Noordstraat 62, 4331 Middelburg, The Netherlands



2013

20 October 16.00
"Nomen est omen"
A programme pays tribute to the ensemble’s name and includes works by François Couperin’s collections Les Nations and Les Gouts-réünies. Music by Austrian, Swedish, English and French composers of the late 17th and 18th century.

Swedish Church London, 6 Harcourt St  City of Westminster, W1H 4AG
Ticket at door. Full price £10/concession £5



2014

28 February 6pm, Royal College of Music Museum London
"Nomen est omen" 
A programme pays tribute to the ensemble’s name and includes works by François Couperin’s collections Les Nations and Les Gouts-réünies. Music by Austrian, Swedish, English and French composers of the late 17th and 18th century
Royal College of Music Museum, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BS
Free Entry.


11 March 7.30pm, Concert in the Jeunesse series "Alte Meister"
"Nomen est omen"
A programme pays tribute to the ensemble’s name and includes works by François Couperin’s collections Les Nations and Les Gouts-réünies. Music by Austrian, Swedish, English and French composers of the late 17th and 18th century.

MuTh - Konzertsaal der Wiener Sängerknaben, Obere Augartenstraße 1E, 1020 Wien, Austria

For further information and box office, please click Jeunesse Austria official website



20 August 8pm, Carinthischer Sommer Festival
Music by Handel, Locatelli, Hotteterre and Quantz
€ 35. For further information and box office, please click Carinthischer Sommer Festival official website