La Nef

Founded in Montreal in 1991 and currently directed by Sylvain Bergeron and Claire Gignac, Ensemble La Nef produces concept programs in both the early-music and world music arenas. Inspired by sources such as history, literature and painting, the ensemble collaborates with artists from diverse disciplines. La Nef’s skill in bringing …

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La Serenissima

La Serenissima is the UK’s leading exponent of Italian baroque music. Praised for its ‘all-too-rare ability to make one’s pulse race afresh with every new project’ (Gramophone), La Serenissima has uncovered a plethora of neglected music, making it available to all through live performance, recording and outreach. Uniquely, the group’s …

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Maurice Lammerts van Bueren

The Dutch pianist Maurice Lammerts van Bueren studied under Jan Wijn (solo) and Ludmilla Baslawskaja (chamber music) at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. As a lieder accompanist he had lessons with, amongst others, Rudolf Jansen and Graham Johnson. Maurice Lammerts van Bueren has devoted his career completely to the accompaniment of …

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Robert Langevin

Hailed by the New York Times for his “dazzling performance” and “beautiful solo playing”, Robert Langevin is considered one of the most brilliant flutists of his generation. Born in Sherbrooke, Quebec, Robert Langevin studied with Jean-Paul Major at the Montreal Conservatory where he was awarded a “Premier Prix” in Flute …

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