Klaus Huber, “Die Seele muss vom Reittier steigen…”: Geneva performance now available on social media.
On Monday 17th December at 6.15 pm, Stefan Brotbeck will be putting questions on life, creativity and freedom to conductor, barytonist/violist and researcher Jessica Horsley.
Klaus Huber, “Die Seele muss vom Reittier steigen…” (the soul must descend from the body): performances in Zurich und Geneva on 16th and 17th November 2018.
The CD recording of Renaissance diminutions by or after Willaert, Layolle, Fogliano, Arcadelt, Ganassi, Ortiz and others with the ensemble arcimboldo has just been released.
The first Basel Viol Day combines lectures, workshops and a concert to offer an interesting and entertaining day for all viol aficionados.
Having played some of Carl Friedrich Abel’s works for solo bass viol in my student days and moved on to other territories, it’s been a revelation to (re)discover many wonderful compositions, beautifully crafted for the instrument, by him.
The world premiere of Thüring Bräm’s baryton trio in the new version for cello took place on 21 June 2015 in the breath-takingly beautiful setting of Schloss Waldegg (SO), Switzerland.