The English Concert

Founded by Trevor Pinnock in 1973, The English Concert is among the world’s most famous chamber orchestras. For over thirty years it has been critically acclaimed in concert on four continents and in over 120 recordings of Baroque and Classical instrumental and vocal music, many with internationally renowned soloists. Under …

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Ensemble Epomeo

Founded in 2008 at the Ischia Chamber Music Festival (Italy), string trio Ensemble Epomeo (Diane Pascal – violin; David Yang – viola; Kenneth Woods – cello) is fast rising to the upper echelon of international chamber groups. Inaugural tours saw them performing in Italy, the UK and the USA, with …

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Christoph Eschenbach

Born in Breslau in Germany (now Wrocl/aw in Poland), Christoph Eschenbach studied the piano in Hamburg with Eliza Hansen and won a number of prizes in Germany at a very young age. In 1965, his first prize in the Clara Haskil competition in Lucerne marked the beginning of his career …

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Eurasian Soloists Chamber Orchestra

The Eurasian Soloists Chamber Orchestra, created in May 2015 by violinists Sherniyaz Mussakhan (Kazakhstan) and Jana Ozolina (Latvia), consists of young artists, competition winners and soloists already well established on the international classical scene. These musicians, hailing from some ten different Eurasian countries, came together in Switzerland to share their …

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European Brandenburg Ensemble

The European Brandenburg Ensemble is an international formation of two dozen specialist musicians from different backgrounds and of different generations, which Trevor Pinnock drew together to celebrate his 60th birthday. With them he chose to revisit Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, which he first recorded with The English Concert nearly thirty years …

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