Cfy wtc 2013.02.28

Thursday February 28, 2013 at 12:30 p.m. in the Central Hall
BACH with
Jed Wentz – traverso flute, Igor Rukhadze & Sara DeCorso violins,
Örzse Adam – viola, Job ter Haar – violoncello, Tomoki Sumiya –
double bass and Marijn Slappendel - harpsichord
Cantata “Ich habe Genug” (I have enough) BWV 82a Suite Nr. 2 in B Minor for Flute, Strings and Basso Continuo BWV 1067 Cantata “Non sa che sia dolore” (He does not know what sorrow is) The next concerts are on March 14, April 9 and May 28, 2012. CLASSIC FOR YOU
Stefanie True has performed in Europe, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea, appearing
in operas, oratorios, festivals, and solo recitals. Past opera experience includes roles such as Euridice (Gluck’s Orfeo ed Euridice), Cephise (L’Europe Gallante), Poppea (Agrippina), Adelaide (Lotario), Serpina (La Serva Padrona), and Belinda (Dido and Aneas). Her discography includes Aci in Aci, Galatea e Polifemo, Maddalena in La Resurrezione, Fillide in Aminta e Fillide, and solo recordings of Handel: Complete Cantatas, all under the direction of Marco Vitale with Contrasto Armonico, Lully’s Ballets & Recits Italiens under the direction of Fabio Bonizzoni with La Risonanza, Arne Canatas and Overtures and Great Britain Triumphant! under the direction of Mary Terey-Smith with Cappella Savaria. In the past, she received scholarships to participate in several young artist programs, including Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute, Gregynog Festival Masterclasses, and the Britten-Pears Young Artist Program. She recently placed first in the London Handel Singing Competition (Adair Prize) in London, UK, and second prize in the John Kerr Award competition in Kent, UK. Musica ad Rhenum has, since its founding in 1992, created a devoted following in the
musical world. The intensely personal and highly emotional style which characterizes the performances of the group has earned them a special place on the early music scene. "Exhilarating", "controversial", "virtuoso" and "cutting-edge" are words which critics have used to describe the highly-charged atmosphere the group has created in concert at festivals and halls throughout Europe, North and South America, Iceland, Israel and Japan. Blending an informed historical perspective with a lively artistic spirit, balancing the intentions of the composer against the needs of the creative performer, Musica ad Rhenum aims to make an impact on the audience; to move, amuse and delight them, through the music itself. The essence of the artistic experience, the meeting of minds separated by centuries, the moving of passions felt by hearts now turned to dust, needs no frivolous trappings, no gimmicks. Musica ad Rhenum is convinced, and has convinced audiences around the world, that Baroque music is as strong, expressive and free as the performers themselves, and as relevant to the world today as it was when first composed. With more than 30 CDs on the market, with prizes and recommendations to their credit and repeated invitations to perform in the most prestigious venues, Musica ad Rhenum has proven its merit. The group has performed at festivals in York, London, Graz, Antwerpen, Madrid, Berlin and Utrecht, and on the concerts series of Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Frick Museum New York, Wigmore Hall London, Philharmonie Berlin and both Musikhaus and Musikverein Vienna. The core activity of the group is the performance of 18th-century chamber music: most recently the group has specialised in French music, which they approach with the enthousiasm, style and sense of fun which characterizes all their work. Their success with this repertoire can perhaps be judged by their 2004 recording of the complete chamber music of François Couperin, which has been highly praised in the press and has sold more than 20,000 copies. However, Musica ad Rhenum is not soley a chamber music group. Traverso-player and founder Jed Wentz also conducts the orchestral formation in large-scale works, and recent recordings and staged performances of operas by Mozart, Purcell and Handel have been hailed by critics for their verve and freshness. Whether the repertoire be intimate chamber music or grand, tragic opera, a concert by Musica ad Rhenum is not soon to be forgotten.


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