Archive of posts tagged Georg Philipp Telemann

Lucerne (CH): Debut Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes – Lea Sobbe

17. August 2021

Lea Sobbe | Halldór Bjarki Arnarson

Lea Sobbe  – Blockflöte
Halldór Bjarki Arnarson  – Cembalo
Martin Reck – Electronics

Is the recorder confined solely to the realm of early music? Lea Sobbe, who was born in Trier in 1994 and is currently completing her master’s degree at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, showed this to definitively not be the case at the 2021 Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes, winning the coveted CHF 25,000 prize for young musicians as well as the opportunity to appear at Lucerne Festival in a Debut recital. She will experiment with different types of recorders, from the Middle Ages to modern models, and explore the question of how much repetition is needed to achieve complete musical freedom, pleasure, and joy in playing. Sobbe will combine contemporary pieces with live electronics in a program of improvisations and early Baroque repertoire, which she performs with her chamber music partner on harpsichord, the Icelander Halldór Bjarki Arnarson. “Magnificent, daring, beautiful, flowing, touching,” remarked Noémi L. Robidas, jury chair of the 2021 Prix Credit Suisse Jeunes Solistes, describing her impression of Lea Sobbe’s playing and program conceptualization.

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Dartington (UK): Pleasures and Passions – Jill Kemp

3. August 2021

Jill Kemp – recorder

Concert programme:

Hildegard von Bingen O Ecclesia (Sequence dedicated to St Ursula)
Dorothée Hahne        Commentari III 
JS Bach                     Sarabande and Gigue from Suite No 2 in D minor BWV 1008
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NDRkultur: Foyerkonzert Bach, Telemann, Hahne

3. Mai 2020

Sorry, this entry is only available in German.

Foyerkonzert – Mit der Blockflötistin Dorothee Oberlinger

Sonntag, 03. Mai 2020, 18:00 bis 19:00 Uhr

Ein NDR Kultur Foyerkonzert ohne Publikum – an sich undenkbar. Aber in diesen Zeiten heißt es: watt mutt, dat mutt.

Die Blockflötistin Dorothee Oberlinger spielte am 8. April im Rolf-Liebermann-Studio des NDR in Hamburg ein Programm von riesiger Bandbreite und zeigte ihr geradezu phantastisches Können auf zahlreichen verschiedenen Flöten. Teils sogar auf mehreren Flöten gleichzeitig oder auch mit elektronischen Effekten. Von Musik der Hildegard von Bingen über Bach und Telemann bis zu aktuellster Musik von Dorothée Hahne, die für Dorothee Oberlinger komponiert worden ist.

Dabei gab es spannende Gesprächsthemen en masse. Im Gespräch mit Ludwig Hartmann plauderte die gefeierte Flötistin über Musik, Corona und Karriere.

Eine Sendung von Ludwig Hartmann

Quelle: NDRkultur

Karlsruhe (D): TelePartY @ WESPE / Tabea Wink

18. September 2015

JuMu_LogoWith WESPEYouth Makes Music” sets new initiatives and priorities. More than in the national competition Youth Makes Music it comes to provide the instrumental skills to the service of the music and not yet listed to devote lesser-known or particularly difficult to interpret works..

Youth Makes Musicwill encourage the best young performers to deal with the unknown and to risk the new. Productive curiosity and creativity are encouraged. In addition to the competition also encounter character plays an important role. Continue reading »

University of Toronto: Vincent Lauzer – Walter Hall

27. Februar 2014

WMCT Career Development Award 2012 winner
Thursday, February 27, 2014, 1:30 PM
Walter Hall, University of Toronto
80 Queen’s Park (Museum Subway Station)

Vincent_Lauzer_FotoBy_Julien_Faugère _ATMA


  • Giuseppe Sammartini – Concerto in F Major
  • Johann Sebastian Bach – Trio Sonata No. 5 in F Major, BWV 529
  • Markus Zahnhausen – Flauto dolce solo
  • Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto in C Minor, RV 441
  • Ryōhei Hirose– Meditation
  • Georg Philipp Telemann – Quadro in G Minor, TWV 43/G4
  • Antonio Vivaldi – Concerto in E Minor, RV 445
  • Dorothée Hahne – Commentari III
  • Vincent Lauzer, recorder
    • Tanya Laperrière, Barockvioline
    • Chloe Meyers, Barockvioline
    • Margaret Little,  Barockviola
    • Mélisande Corriveau, Barockcello
    • Mylène Bélanger, Cembalo

Vincent Lauzer, winner of the Women’s Musical Club of Toronto’s 2012 Career Development Award, presents an innovative programme of wide-ranging repertoire including various members of the recorder family from the sopranino to the rarely heard bass. Continue reading »

Vienna: recorder evening class Prof. H.M. Stiegler

8. November 2012

Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
Blockflötenabend der Klasse Helge M. Stiegler
Donnerstag, 8. November 2012
18.30 Uhr, Neuer Konzertsaal, Rennweg 8

Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)
Concerto Op. 10 Nr. 2 “La Notte“
Largo – Fantasmi Presto – Grave – Andante –
Presto! – Largo “Il Sonno“ – Allegro
Irene Brantner, Petra Zenker

Johann Mattheson (1681-1764)
Sonata Op.1 Nr. 8, F Dur
Lentement – Allegro – Loure Gigue – Gigue Vite
Ruth Kerschner, Karin Kimmeswenger, Julia Wurm

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)
Fantasie Nr. 8 g Moll
Largo – Spirituoso – Allegro
Julia Wurm

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681 – 1767)
Fantasie Nr. 2, c Moll
Grave – Vivace – Larghetto – Allegro
Karin Kimmeswenger

Joseph Bodin de Boismortier (1689 – 1755)
Op. 7 Nr. 4, Sonate IV f Moll
Doucement – Courante – Allemande, Gravement-
Premier Menuet – Deuxième Menuet!

Dorothée Hahne! (geb. 1966)
“dance macabre“
Blockflöte und Live Electronics, 2006
Theresa Pewal

Konzertprogramm PDF