Vincent Larderet

Recognised with the illustrious title of ‘Steinway Artist’, Vincent Larderet has attracted international recognition for the exceptional intensity of his performances. Praised as ‘one of the best pianists of our time’ (Neue Musikzeitung, Germany), for his ‘very lyrical playing’ (Crescendo Magazine, Belgium) and his ‘multi-timbred’ sound (Fanfare, USA), he ‘makes …

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Jennifer Larmore

Jennifer Larmore is an outstanding American mezzo-soprano who has parlayed operatic success in Europe into international stardom. Known for excelling in the coloratura roles of the Baroque and bel canto, she has also added Romantic and Contemporary music to her repertoire. Since the beginning of her career, Jennifer Larmore has …

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Jan Latham-Koenig

Born in England in 1953, Jan Latham-Koenig is a true European, being of French, Danish and Polish origin. He studied at the Royal College of Music in London and started his career as a pianist after winning numerous prizes as a pianist and conductor, as well as the “Gulbenkian Fellowship”. …

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Mhairi Lawson

While still a student at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Mhairi won the International Early Music Network Young Artists Prize with the fortepianist Olga Tverskaya, which led to her first CD recording of Haydn’s English and Scottish Songs. As a soloist Mhairi has sung worldwide with such companies as English National Opera, …

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Le Bien-Aimé

LE BIEN-AIMÉ Stephen Goist enjoys a multifaceted career as a violist, violinist, and viola da gamba player. He has performed throughout the United States, Europe, India, and New Zealand, and he has shared the stage with many of the world’s leading early music ensembles, including Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, The Handel …

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