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.
14 + 16 October 2020 – Elbphilharmonie: L. v. Beethoven: Leonore op. 72 (1. verion) (Johannes Weisser, Joshua Ellicott, Brigitte Christensen, Christian Immler, Robin Johannsen, Nikolaus Pfannkuch, René Jacobs)
19 December 2020 – Stadthalle Wilhelmshaven: J. W. Stamitz: Sinfonia pastorale in D major op. 4 no. 2 / J. W. Hertel: Trumpet concerto no. 3 in D major / J. I. Linek: Sinfonia pastoralis in C major / L. Mozart: Trumpet concerto in D major / J. Haydn: Symphony no. 88 in F major (Jaroslav Roucek, Gottfried von der Goltz) – postponed to 30.04.2021 due to Covid-19
30 April 2021 – Stadthalle Wilhelmshaven: G. F. Händel: Water Music HWV 348–350 / A. Vivaldi: Concerto in F Major RV 570 „La tempesta di Mare“ | Concerto RV 431a / G. P. Telemann: Recorder Concerto in C Major TWV 51:C1 (Maurice Steger, Leila Schayegh) – cancelled due to Covid-19
Freiburg Baroque Orchester Biography