Brigitte Lesne browsed through the oeuvre of polyphonist Gilles Binchois, dived into medieval manuscripts with Gregorian and many-voiced repertoire, and emerged again brilliant music.
Restoring purity to music as well as serving the composer with the realization of his musical wishes: that is the mission of the Italian (forte)piano trio Voces Intimae.
As calibration of the catholic year Christmas appears to be a source of inspiration and creativity for composers of all times, anywhere in the world.
The completion of a full recording of Claudio Monteverdi’s collections of madrigals – the titanic task set by Paul Agnew and Les Arts florissants – is further pursued with great élan.
June 1767: after 46 years of faithful service as cantor and music director of Hamburg, Georg Philipp Telemann passed away – one of the greatest German composers ever.
Friend of the family and top musician Thomas Baeté has always been a cherished guest at AMUZ.
After Beethoven the cello repertoire would never be the same again: at one go he liberated the instrument from its subservient role, giving it pride of place as an equal to the piano.
With twelve super voices and lots of stage presence, Chanticleer has already earned acclaim all over the world.
Already in the earliest days of Christianity special liturgical services were celebrated for the dead. Also in music history traces of the requiem exist as early as the Middle Ages.
Ravel’s famous piano volume Miroirs, his highly personal reflection about several aspects of reality, results also as a mirrored version in the same game of semblance and resemblance.