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Concerto Armonico (Budapest) Orchestra

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Concerto Armonico (Budapest)

The Hungarian baroque orchestra Concerto Armonico was originally established in 1983 by students of the Ferenc Liszt Music Academy, the orchestra's first concert on period instruments took place in 1986. Since then, Concerto Armonico has rapidly become known throughout Europe and performed in most European countries, also in numerous distinguished festivals including Flanders Festival, Holland Festival, Festival Estival de Paris, Festival International de Piano de la Roque d’Anteron, Festival de la Chaise-Dieu, Tage Alter Musik Regensburg, Styriarte Graz, Budapest Spring Festival, Kuhmo Kamarimusiikki. The ensemble has worked together with distinguished soloists like James Bowman, Micheal Chance, Jill Feldman, Barthold Kuijken, Malcolm Bilson, Anneke Boeke, Marion Verbruggen, Alfredo Bernardini, Jos van Immerseel as well as conductors like Michael Scheck, Jan Boeke, Jacques Grimbert, Max Pommer, Pierre Cao and others.

In 1994-95 Concerto Armonico launched the integral recording of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s keyboard concertos for the Swedish label BIS Records. The series of 20 cd's was finished by C.P.E.Bach's anniversary year in 2014. The project has gained reputation worldwide and established the ensemble as a specialist group of the music of the Berlin school including beside C. P. E. Bach also his excellent contemporaries and colleagues like Quantz, Schale, Schaffrath and others. Concerto Armonico has also recorded numerous cd’s for Hungaroton Classic, Naxos and other labels. Artistic director of the ensemble is the renowned early keyboard specialist Miklós Spányi.

Concerto Armonico
website: www.concertoarmonico.hu


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