With ARCC to Italy

In co-operation with Baldrighi Bertoni Music Productions, we offer orchestras and ensembles in Italy. In the past years we have organised, among others

20 August 2023, Ravello Festival
Simon Bailey, Wotan / Mauro Peter, Loge / Dominik Köninger, Donner / Tansel Akzeybek, Froh / Gerhild Romberger, Erda / Annika Schlicht, Fricka / Nadja Mchantaf, Freia / Daniel Schmutzhard, Alberich / Jürgen Sacher, Mime / Ania Vegry, Woglinde / Ida Aldrian, Wellgunde / Christian Immler, Fasolt / Eva Vogel, Flosshilde / Tilmann Rönnebeck, Fafner / Dresdner Festspielorchester & Concerto Köln / Kent Nagano, conductor
R. Wagner: Das Rheingold

2 July 2023 Ravello Festival
ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien / Andrej Boreyko, conductor
R. Wagner: Ouverture to “Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg” / Ouverture to the opera “Rienzi” / Prelude to the opera “Lohengrin” / Prelude to Act 3 Lohengrin / Ouverture to “Der fliegende Holländer” / Symphonic pieces from “Parsifal”

1 July 2021, Ravello Festival 2021 (opening concert)
Mari Kodama, piano / Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Kent Nagano, conductor
R. Wagner: “Siegfried Idyll” / L. v. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major / F. Schubert: Symphony No. 3 in D major

25 August 2018, Ravello Festival
Allison Oakes, sorpan / Annika Schlicht, mezzo-soprano / Attilio Glaser, tenor / Thomas Lehman, baritone / Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper Berlin / Donald Runnicles, conductor
R. Wagner: Tannhäuser (Overture, O du mein holder Abendstern, Hallenarie) / Lohengrin (Overture, Gralserzählung) / Wesendonck Lieder / Tristan und Isolde (Preludio, Liebestod)

9 July 2017, Ravello Festival
Arabella Steinbacher, violin / Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester / Kent Nagano, conductor

R. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Symphony No. 3 in A minor op. 56 / J. Brahms: Violin Concerto in D major op. 77

11 July 2016, Ravenna Festival
Martin Helmchen, piano / Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg / Kent Nagano, conductor
L. v. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major / A. Bruckner: Symphony No. 6 in A major

12 September 2014, Sagra Musicale Malatestiana, Rimini
Anna Vinnitskaya, piano / Rundfunksinfonieorchester Berlin / Marek Janowski, conductor
G. Verdi’s overture to “La forza del destino” / L. v. Beethoven: Symphony No. 3 in E flat major op. 55 “Eroica” / S. Rachmaninov: Rhapsody on a theme by Niccolò Paganini for piano and orchestra op. 43



“One has rarely experienced such a varied and exciting Wagner evening. Not at all in front of such a harmonious backdrop.”

Musik in Dresden, 21 August 2023

“In Ravello, there is stormy, thunderous enthusiasm at the end.”

Berliner Morgenpost, 1 September 2018


20 August 2023, Belvedere di Villa Rufolo, Ravello Festival
with Simon Bailey, Wotan / Mauro Peter, Loge / Dominik Köninger, Donner / Tansel Akzeybek, Froh / Gerhild Romberger, Erda / Annika Schlicht, Fricka / Nadja Mchantaf, Freia / Daniel Schmutzhard, Alberich / Jürgen Sacher, Mime / Ania Vegry, Woglinde / Ida Aldrian, Wellgunde / Christian Immler, Fasolt / Eva Vogel, Flosshilde / Tilmann Rönnebeck, Fafner / Dresdner Festspielorchester & Concerto Köln / Kent Nagano, conductor

Under the overall artistic direction of Kent Nagano and Jan Vogler, the “Ring” theatre trilogy will be reworked from 2023 to 2026 in the context of its time of origin and on the basis of the latest findings of Wagner and performance practice research. With Kent Nagano conducting, Concerto Köln, the Dresden Festival Orchestra and renowned soloists presented the first part on the fantastically beautiful stage of the Villa Rufolo. A project of the Dresden Music Festival under the artistic direction of Kent Nagano and Jan Vogler.

Kent Nagano©Sergio Veranes Studio
Concerto Köln © Sonja Werner
Dresdner Festspielorchester © Sonja Werner

1 July 2021, Ravello Festival 2021
Mari Kodama, piano / Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Kent Nagano, conductor

R. Wagner: “Siegfried Idyll” / L. v. Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G major / F. Schubert: Symphony No. 3 in D major

Eröffnungskonzert Ravello 2021©DSO
Mari Kodama©Sergio Veranes
Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester©Lea Hopp
Kent Nagano©Sergio Veranes Studio

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra is a radical experiment in musical democracy, proving for fifty years what happens when exceptional artists gather with total trust in each other and faith in the creative process. In that age of co-ops and communes, the idealistic Orpheans snubbed the “corporate” path of symphony orchestras and learned how to play, plan and promote concerts as a true collective, with leadership roles rotating from the very first performance.

The sound of Orpheus is defined by its relationships, and guest artists have always been crucial partners in the process. Orpheus brings the best out of its collaborators, and those bonds deepen over time, as heard in the long arc of music-making with soloists such as Richard Goode and Branford Marsalis, and in the commitment to welcoming next-generation artists including Nobuyuki Tsujii and Tine Thing Helseth. Breaking down the barriers of classical repertoire, partnerships with Brad Mehldau, Wayne Shorter, Ravi Shankar, and many others from the sphere of jazz and beyond have redefined what a chamber orchestra can do.

At home in New York and in the many concert halls it visits in the U.S. and beyond, Orpheus begins its next fifty years with a renewed commitment to enriching and reflecting the surrounding community. It will continue its groundbreaking work with those living with Alzheimer’s Disease through Orpheus Reflections, and the Orpheus Academy as well as the Orpheus Leadership Institute spread the positive lessons of trust and democracy to young musicians and those in positions of power.

“This fully collaborative, almost chamber music approach to music was great.” (Jan Lisiecki)



“These are performances that deserve to be remembered.”

Gramophone, 2021

“It whirls, glistens, purrs and sparkles so much it’s a joy.”

concerti, 22 March 2019

“… and once again confirmed the artistry of an excellent orchestra
in big, thick letters.”

bachtrack, 21 April 2015


Programmes and projects on request.

February und March 2027
Branford Marsalis, Saxophone

M. Ravel: Très rythmé from String Quartet in F-Dur (arrang. Michi Wiancko)
H. Tomasi: Concerto for Alto Saxophone (arr. tbc)
E. Lecuona: Andalucia, Suite Espagnol (orch. Janina Norpoth)
G. Gershwin: An American in Paris (arr. Javier Diaz)

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra & Branford Marsalis © Chris Lee


Collegium Vocale Gent

Collegium Vocale Gent, founded in 1970 by Philippe Herreweghe, revolutionized baroque vocal music by embracing new performance practices. Their emphasis on authenticity and textual clarity propelled them to international acclaim, gracing stages from Europe to Asia. Since 2017, the ensemble has hosted its own summer festival, Collegium Vocale Crete Senesi, in the picturesque setting of Tuscany, Italy.

With a diverse repertoire spanning centuries, Collegium Vocale Gent has evolved into a versatile ensemble, tailoring its forces to suit each project. From intimate renditions of Renaissance music to grand symphonic performances of Romantic and contemporary works, the ensemble’s adaptability knows no bounds. Their mastery of German Baroque, particularly J.S. Bach’s vocal compositions, remains unparalleled.

Collaborating with leading historical and symphony orchestras, Collegium Vocale Gent has established itself as a dynamic force in the classical music world. Under Herreweghe’s guidance, the ensemble has amassed a prolific discography, showcasing their artistry and innovation. Supported by the Flemish Community, the city of Ghent, and Belgium’s National Lottery, Collegium Vocale Gent continues to inspire audiences worldwide with its timeless interpretations and unwavering commitment to musical excellence.



“Rarely has virtuoso colouratura been heard with such naturalness and expressiveness as with the Collegium vocale from Ghent.”

Tagesspiegel Berlin, 16 September 2022

„There are ensembles and conductors who are indispensable to the performance history of a composer. In the case of the Collegium Vocale Gent conceived by Philippe Herreweghe, this is Johann Sebastian Bach, who has been elevated to the musical shield in a very small ensemble.“

bachtrack, 08 April 2022

“Anyone who thinks they know Bach’s St John Passion inside out was proved wrong by this performance.”

onlinemerker, 15 Februar 2018


Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra

The Philharmonic State Orchestra is Hamburg’s largest and oldest orchestra, looking back on many years of musical history. When the “Philharmonic Orchestra” and the “Orchestra of the Hamburg Municipal Theatre” merged in 1934, two tradition-steeped orchestras combined. Philharmonic concerts have been performed in Hamburg since 1828, artists such as Clara Schumann, Franz Liszt and Johannes Brahms being regular guests of the Philharmonic Society. The history of the opera company goes back even further: Hamburg has been home to musical theatre since 1678, even if a regular opera or theatre orchestra was only formed later. To this day, the Philharmonic State Orchestra has embodied the sound of the Hansa City, a concert and opera orchestra in one.

In its long history, the orchestra has encountered great artistic personalities such as Telemann, Tchaikovsky, Strauss, Mahler, Prokofiev and Stravinsky. Since the 20th century, chief conductors such as Karl Muck, Joseph Keilberth, Eugen Jochum, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Horst Stein, Hans Zender, Christoph von Dohnányi, Gerd Albrecht, Ingo Metzmacher and Simone Young have shaped the sound of the Philharmoniker. Kent Nagano has been Hamburg’s General Music Director and Chief Conductor of the Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra and the Hamburg State Opera since 2015 and its Honorary Conductor since June 2023.

Ab der Saison 2025/26 folgt Omer Meir Wellber Kent Nagano als neuer Hamburgischer Generalmusikdirektor an der Staatsoper Hamburg und Chefdirigent beim Philharmonischen Staatsorchester. Der 41-jährige zählt international zu den gefragtesten Dirigenten, ist derzeit Music Director des Teatro Massimo Palermo sowie künstlerischer Leiter des Toscanini Festivals. Zudem ist er bis einschließlich August 2027 Musikdirektor der Volksoper Wien.

From the 2025/26 season, Omer Meir Wellber will succeed Kent Nagano as the new Hamburg General Music Director at the Hamburg State Opera and Chief Conductor of the Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra. The 41-year-old is one of the most sought-after conductors internationally and is currently Music Director of the Teatro Massimo Palermo and Artistic Director of the Toscanini Festival. He is also Music Director of the Vienna Volksoper until August 2027.



„On this evening, Nagano and his ensemble synthesise spiritualisation and emotional devotion. Entirely in the spirit of Mahler.”

Hamburger Abendblatt, 01 May 2022

“Many people in the hall stand up during the long-lasting final applause.”

deropernfreund.de, 21 Feb. 2024

„Nagano thus succeeded in creating an interpretation that was never boring and in which even Brahms connoisseurs were able to discover one or two surprises.“

bachtrack, 19 Nov. 2019


Scharoun Ensemble

Founded in 1983 by members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Scharoun Ensemble is one of Germany’s leading chamber-music organizations. With its wide repertoire, ranging from composers of the Baroque period by way of Classical and Romantic chamber music to contemporary works, the Scharoun Ensemble has been inspiring audiences in Europe and overseas for more than a quarter of a century. Innovative programming, a refined tonal culture and spirited interpretations are hallmarks of the ensemble, which performs in a variety of instrumental combinations.

The permanent core of the Scharoun Ensemble is a classical octet (clarinet, bassoon, horn, two violins, viola, cello and double bass), made up of members of the Berlin Philharmonic except from Wolfram Brandl, who is first concertmaster of the Staatskapelle Berlin and Claudio Bohorquez, internationally performing solo- and chamber music-cellist.



“Unabashedly youthful: in the spirit of their namesake, these musicians combine tradition and modernity.”

Tagesspiegel Berlin, 2023

„… Thus the composer bows to the last two founding members of the Scharoun Ensemble.“

nmz, 2023

“For over thirty years, the name Scharoun-Ensemble Berlin has stood for chamber music precision – and curiosity.”

rbbkultur, 2015


Dates upon request
Nina Hoss, speaker // Lucas and Arthur Jussen, piano tbc.

Igor Strawinsky: “L’Histoire du Soldat”
Camille Saint-Saëns: “The Carnival of Animals”

Nina Hoss © Franziska Sinn

Dates upon request
Christiane Karg, soprano

Alban Berg: “Seven Early Songs” for soprano and small orchestra (arrang. by R. de Leeuw)
Brett Dean: “Ich lausche und ich höre” for soprano and octet
Sofia Gubaidulina: Hommage à T.S. Elliot for soprano and octet
Gustav Mahler: “Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen” for chamber orchestra (arrang. by A. Schoenberg)

Christiane Karg © Gisela Schenker


Phantasm Viol Consort

PHANTASM, an award-winning consort of viols, was founded in 1994 by Laurence Dreyfus. The ensemble quickly set a new standard for consort playing internationally both in the depth of its interpretations and its commitment to flawless string technique.

The winner of three Gramophone Awards among other prominent citations, the consort has travelled the world over, performing on concert series and in festivals throughout Europe, the Americas and Asia. Phantasm’s performances and over 20 recordings have garnered steady praise with critics singling out their ‘intensity and homogeneity of tone and their acuity to the music’s ever-active emotional flux’. Their most recent honours are the 2017 Gramophone Award for Early Music and the 2017 Diapason d’or de l’année bestowed for their recording of Dowland’s Lachrimae.

The members of Phantasm (from the UK, Finland and Germany) were Consort-in-Residence at the University of Oxford and Magdalen College from 2005 to 2015. In 2015, the group’s art activity shifted to Berlin.



„Phantasm’s playing brims with imaginative fantasy and dance-like momentum“


„Rigorous intellect with sensitive musicianship.“

BBC Music Magazine


Availability upon request
AN ENGLISH CHEST OF SIX – Orlando Gibbons anniversary 2025

2025 marks the 400th anniversary of the death of Orlando Gibbons, one of the most important composers of the Elizabethan era. For Laurence Dreyfus, this is a welcome occasion to approach this much too rarely performed work with his viol ensemble Phantasm in the usual intellectually precise and artistically outstanding quality.

Works by O. Gibbons, J. Ward, T. Tomkins, W. Lawes

Availability upon request
The Art of Being Human
with Laurence Dreyfus, treble viol and musical direction / Alexander Polzin, visual concept / Sommer Ulrickson, choreography / Dance: Saeed Hani Moeller, Sami Similae, Yamila Khodr, Camille Jackson, Rodolfo Piazza

The Art of Being Human is an exploration of how it feels to be alive and to exist among others, in relationships that are perfectly expressed through the polyphony of Early Music – its dissonances and harmonies – and reflected in the movement of dancers’ bodies, in a performance that offers profound insights into the very meaning of life. The Art of Being Human was commissioned by Pierre Boulez Saal, Berlin, where it was premieredn successfully in March 2023.

With works by William Byrd, John Dowland, William Lawes, Henry Purcell and others

“Dreyfus therefore calls the evening ‘challenging’, but the ensemble succeeds in this challenge brilliantly.”

rbbkultur, 24 March 2023


La Folia Barockorchester

La Folia – this term of the baroque era focusses on wildness, fury, jollity and generally on an artistic attitude of liberality and excessive creativity.

Since their foundation in 2007 the La Folia Barockorchester vitalises on period instruments the international music scene. Whether in a chamber music instrumentation or with baroque opulence, whether with instrumental music or together with vocal soloist – the aspiring young orchestra under the direction of the violinist Robin Peter Müller stands for energetic and overwhelming interpretations of the music from the 17th and 18th century. Historically informed the musicians are looking for opportunities to transfer the emotions and contents of the past centuries into contemporary interpretations which have thrilled both audience and critics alike.

The ensemble cooperates regularly with renowned instrumentalists and singers like Hille Perl, the Vienna Boys’ Choir, Regula Mühlemann, Mahan Esfahani and Jan Vogler, Dorothee Oberlinger, Dorothee Mields, Anna Prohaska, Maurice Steger and Stefan Temmingh.

Founder and director Robin Peter Müller, born in Dresden, is one of the most sought-after musicians of his generation performing on period as well as on modern violin.Within a short period he led La Folia Barockorchestra to international reputation.



„Standing Ovations für einen überragenden Countertenor mit einem erlesenen Orchester und für ein spannendes, die interpretatorischen Grenzen durchaus tangierendes Programm.“

Die Nordwest-Zeitung, 31.08.2019

„Ein wunderbarer Abend mit Riesenbeifall.“

Weser Kurier, 22.09.2019


03 – 14 September 2025 & 2nd half of January 2026
with Regula Mühlemann, soprano

From the Baroque era to contemporary pop culture, Cleopatra is a leading figure who ignites fantasies, allows power strategies to be studied and through whom history has become noticeably more feminine and colourful. Together with the celebrated soprano Regula Mühlemann, the La Folia Baroque Orchestra creates a multi-faceted image and psychogram of this historical figure and her interpretation in the Baroque era.

Works by C. H. Graun, G. F. Händel, J. A. Hasse, G. Legrenzi, D. Scarlatti, A. Vivaldi  

Regula Mühlemann © Ulrich Werner

14 – 22 December 2025
with Windsbacher Knabenchor // Ludwig Böhme. conductor // Miriam Feuersinger, soprano // Marie Henriette Reinhold, altus / Daniel Johannsen, tenor // NN, bass

J. S. Bach: Weihnachtsoratorium BWV 248

Windsbacher Knabenchor @ Anne Hornemann



8 Sep 2022
Wigmore Hall London
Robin Peter Müller, direction & violin / Carolyn Sampson, soprano

with works by Carl Heinrich Graun, Giovanni Legrenzi, Antonio Vivaldi, Alessandro Scarlatti, etc.

16 Sep 2021
Lausitz Festival
Robin Peter Müller, direction & violin / Elisabeth Breuer, soprano / Tim Mead, countertenor

G.-B. Pergolesi: Stabat Mater f-Moll, P.77
J.-S. Bach: Kantate »Tilge, Höchster, meine Sünden«, BWV 1083

10 Sep 2021
Harbour Front Literaturfestival, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
Robin Peter Müller, direction & violin / Anna Prohaska, soprano / Carolin Emcke, text

Anna Prohaska and the La Folia Barockorchester provided musical answers to questions between love and loss from eight centuries. Together, the author and the musicians celebrated “Celebration of Life in Death” on that evening at HARBOUR FRONT SOUNDS and gave expression to hope and grief in times of pandemic.

Dr. Carolin Emcke © Andreas Labes

6 + 27 Aug 2019
Festwochen Innsbruck, Musikfest Bremen
Robin Peter Müller, direction & violin / Bejun Mehta, countertenor

G. F. Händel: Ouverture, March and Arias of Cesare from the opera “Giulio Cesare in Egitto” HWV 17

Bejun Mehta © Marco-Borggreve

Il Giardino Armonico

Il Giardino Armonico, founded in 1985 and conducted by Giovanni Antonini, has long established itself as one of the world’s leading period instrument ensembles, bringing together musicians from some of the most important music institutions in Europe. The repertoire of the ensemble focuses mainly on works of the 17th and 18th centuries. Depending on the requirements of the program, the ensemble consists of three to 30 instrumentalists.

Il Giardino Armonico is regularly invited to festivals all over the world, performing in the most important concert halls, and received the highest acclaim for both their concerts and their staged opera productions, like Monteverdi’s Orfeo, Händel’s Agrippina, Il Trionfo del Tempo del Disinganno and La Resurrezione, Vivaldi’s Ottone in Villa, as well as Handel’s opera Giulio Cesare in Egitto at the Salzburger Festspiele and Pfingstfestival in 2012.

Il Giardino Armonico is regularly invited to festivals all over the world, performing in the most important concert halls, and received the highest acclaim for both their concerts and their staged opera productions, like Monteverdi’s Orfeo, Händel’s Agrippina, Il Trionfo del Tempo del Disinganno and La Resurrezione, Vivaldi’s Ottone in Villa, as well as Handel’s opera Giulio Cesare in Egitto at the Salzburger Festspiele and Pfingstfestival in 2012.

The most recent projects include the recording of Haydn’s The Creation in collaboration with the Bavarian Radio Chorus, published by Alpha Classic in October 2020.



„That was an unforgettable evening.“

Opera, 23 March 2023

„The clarity of the orchestration is made transparent and gleaming by the soloists of Il Giardino Armonico, who also make the most of every joke or surprise.“

The Guardian, 19 June 2021

„De la très belle ouvrage.“

Diapason d’Or, April 2021


Dates upon request
Fatma Said, soprano / Giovanni Antonini, conductor

J. Haydn: Ariadne auf Naxos Hob. XXVb:2 a.o.



10. + 11. May 2019, Herkulessaal der Residenz, München
13. May 2019, Mozartfest Augsburg
14. May 2019, Konzerthaus Wien
23. June 2019, Soli Deo Gloria – Braunschweig Festival
28. June 2019, Rheingau Musik Festival
Giovanni Antonini, conductor / Anna Lucia Richter, soprano / Maximilian Schmitt, tenor / Florian Boesch, bass baritone / Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks

J. Haydn: The Creation Hob. XXI:2

14. November 2018, Konzerthaus Berlin
Il Giardino Armonico Giovanni Antonini, conductor / Patricia Kopatchinskaja, violin

Works by A. Vivaldi, L. Francesconi, S. Movio, A. Cattaneo

© Patricia Kopatchinskaja

26. + 7. August 2018
„Serpent & fire“
Giovanni Antonini, conductor / Anna Prohaska, soprano

Freiburger Barockorchester

The Freiburg Baroque Orchestra looks back on a success story lasting almost thirty years and is a popular guest at the most important concert halls and opera houses. A glance at the ensemble’s concert calendar shows a diverse repertoire played at a variety of venues, ranging from the Baroque to the musical present and from Freiburg to the Far East. The Freiburgers’ artistic credo, however, remains unchanged: the creative curiosity of each of them, with the intention of playing a composition in as lively and as expressive a manner as possible.

Under the artistic directorship of Gottfried von der Goltz and Kristian Bezuidenhout, and under the baton of selected conductors, the FBO presents it-self with about one hundred performances per year in a variety of formations from chamber to opera orchestra: a self-administrated ensemble with its own subscription concerts at Freiburg’s Concert Hall, Stuttgart’s Liederhalle, and Berlin’s Philharmonie and with tours all over the world.

Andreas Richter Cultural Consulting represents the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra in Asia, Great Britain, Germany and neighboring countries on request.



„Stunningly performed, Tuesday’s night concert from the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra felt like a symbolic act of reconnection to the music.“

The Telegraph, 24. Noveber 2022

„What a wonderful gift for these challenging times!“

Limelight, 13th March 2020

„I doubt that Beethoven, at least recently, has sounded quite so original or so much fun.“

Gramophone, January 2020


23 – 25 September 2025
with Kristian Bezuidenhout, piano and musical leader // Julian and Christoph Pregardién, tenors

Father-son relationships are complex, often ambivalent, but a source of inspiration for the arts, as the programme of fab’ Freiburg Baroque Orchestra impressively demonstrates: Although Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart succeeded during his lifetime in helping to shape the musical life of his adopted home of Lviv, he was unable to follow in the musical footsteps of his legendary father. Another contemporary father-son duo is dedicated to this exciting combination: tenors Christoph and Julian Prégardien present arias, songs and recitatives by the two Mozarts that take up the theme.

Works by F. X. Mozart & W. A. Mozart

Christoph Prégardien © Jean Baptiste Millot
Julian Prégardien © Peter Rigaud
Kristian Bezuidenhout © Marco Borggreve



13 December 2022, deSingel, Antwerpen
14 December 2022, Chiesa di San Pietro, Perugia
15 December 2022, Basilica di San Vittore, Varese
16 December 2022, Franziskaner Konzerthaus, Villingen
18 December 2022, Kölner Philharmonie
19 December 2022, Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonie, Berlin
21 December 2022, Kultur- und Kongresszentrum Liederhalle, Stuttgart
22 December 2022, Konzerthaus Freiburg

Freiburg Baroque Orchestra / Vox Luminis / Lionel Meunier, bass & leader
J. S. Bach: Magnificat in E-flat major BWV 243A / J. Kuhnau: Uns ist ein Kind geboren BWV 142, Magnificat in C major


bachtrack, 19 December 2022

28 April 2022, Konzerthaus Freiburg
30 April 2022, Staatstheater Wiesbaden
03 May 2022, Kölner Philharmonie
04 May 2022, Elbphilharmonie Hamburg

Polina Pasztircsák, soprano – Agathe / Kateryna Kasper, soprano – Ännchen / Maximilian Schmitt, tenor – Max / Dimitry Ivashchenko, bass – Kaspar / Christian Immler, bass – Eremit / Max Urlacher, speaker – Samiel / Zürcher Sing-Akademie / Freiburger Barockorchester / René Jacobs, conductor
C. M. von Weber: Der Freischütz


“Great hit on the bull’s eye!

Hamburger Abendblatt, 06 May 2022

“Concertante always also means theatrical with René Jacobs.”

Badische Zeitung, 30 April 2022

10 March 2020, Melbourne Recital Center
Gottfried von der Goltz, leader & violin / Kris Bezuidenhout, piano
L. v. Beethoven: Piano Concert no. 1 in C major op. 15 / Piano Concerto no. 2 in B flat major op. 19 / Piano Concerto no. 3 in C minor op. 37

11 March 2020, Melbourne Recital Center
Gottfried von der Goltz, leader & violin / Kris Bezuidenhout, piano
L. v. Beethoven: Ouverture Die Geschöpfe des Prometheus op.43 / Piano Concerto no. 4 in G major op. 58 / Ouverture Coriolan op. 62, Piano Concerto no. 5 in E flat major op. 73

© Melbourne Recital Center

27 November 2018, Elbphilharmonie
Sir Simon Rattle, Conductor / Aletta Collins, Director, Choreography / Ólafur Elíasson, Stage, Light Design, Costumes / Anna Prohaska, Aricie / Reinoud van Mechelen, Hippolyte / Magdalena Kozená, Phèdre / Gyula Orendt, Thésée / Elsa Dreisig, Diane / Staatsopernchor
J.-P. Rameau: Hippolyte et Aricie

© Thies Rätzke Images