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An educational programme featuring early music. A preview of The Musyck Room that will be recorded on Saturday 27 February 2016. We are going to play some parts of the CDs that will be presented by our guests.

On Saturday afternoon 27 February The Musyck Room, our live programme featuring early music, will open again!
The recordings will take place from 14:00 CET at the Dekenkapel of the Pieterskerk in Utrecht. We are honoured to receive the following guests: Camerata Trajectina, Fantasticus and countertenor Kaspar Kröner.

This edition of The Musyck Room will primarily centre around the recently deceased Louis Peter Grijp.
Further we will receive young musicians who have recently released or will soon release CDs.

The trio Fantasticus with violinist Rie Kimura, gambist Robert Smith and harpsichordist Guillermo Brachetta has got the stylus fantasticus of the late 17th century as their main inspiration. In February this successfull trio is going to release two CDs: ‘Tartini & Veracini’ and ‘Bound to Nothing’.
Marin Marais (1656-1728)
1. Sonnerie de Ste. Genevieve du Mont de Paris (1723)
Fantasticus: Rie Kimura, barock violin. Robert Smith, viola da gamba. Guillermo Brachetta, harpsichord.
(CD Sonnerie & Other Portraits, Resonus Classics, 2013).
Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768)
2. Sonata Op. 2 No. 5:
– Adagio assai
– Capriccio
– Allegro assai
– Giga
Rie Kimura, barock violin. Fantasticus: Robert Smith, viola da gamba. Guillermo Brachetta, harpsichord
(CD Tartini & Veracini, Resonus Classics, RES10148, 2015).

German countertenor Kaspar Kröner often sings with ensembles such as the Nederlands Kamerkoor, Amsterdam Baroque Choir, Huelgas Ensemble and La Sfera Armoniosa. In March he is going to sing the alto arias in the Matthäus Passion by the  Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht. Kröner has recently released his debut CD: ‘Kaleidoscope of Love’ with English lute songs, but also contemporary songs. In ‘The Musyck Room’ he will give a foretaste of his latest CD together with lute player Arjen Verhage.
John Dowland (1563-1626)
3. All ye, whom Love or Fortune hath betray’d
Thomas Campion (1567-1620)
4. I care not for these Ladies
Peter Warlock (1894-1930)
5. Sleep
Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
6. Come away, Death
John Dowland
7. In Darkness let me dwell
Kaspar Kröner, countertenor. Arjen Verhage, lute. Stewart Emerson, piano
(CD Kaleidoscope of Love, 7 Mountain Records, 7MNTN-004, 2015)
Johann Jacob Walther (ca.1650-1717)
8. Cappricio in C major
Fantasticus: Rie Kimura, barock violin. Robert Smith, viola da gamba. Guillermo Brachetta, harpsichord
(CD Bound to Nothing, Resonus Classics, RES10156, 2015)
Addition:
Philipp Heinrich Erlebach (1657-1714)
9. From Sonata III in A major: Ciaconne
Fantasticus: Rie Kimura, barock violin. Robert Smith, viola da gamba. Guillermo Brachetta, harpsichord
(CD Bound to Nothing, Resonus Classics, RES10156, 2015)

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