neues barocktrio berlin


neues barocktrio berlin

The musicians of the new baroque trio Berlin share a common passion for baroque and chamber music and bring in the whole range of diversity of their musical experiences and activities. All three musicians are soloists of the New Baroque Orchestra Berlin, which is involved in various concert activities from 2008.

One of the main interests of the New Baroque trio is the rediscovery of women composers of the Baroque era.
Next to Classics of Baroque repertoire, the New Baroque trio Berlin introduces unknown works of Baroque composers and works with different alternatives of performances: modern concert or “Historical Tafelmusik.”The new Baroque trio Berlin plays exclusively on historical instruments: Baroque violin, Viola da Gamba and Harpsichord.

 

 

 


 

Anna Barbara Kastelewicz – Baroque violin
Anna Barbara Kastelewicz received her musical education as a violinist at the Academy of Music Hanns Eisler in Berlin and as a baroque violinist, at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Professor YfrahNeamen.
She founded 2 project-based orchestras- the new baroque orchestra berlin and new concert orchestra berlin and directs it as the concertmaster.
Anna Barbara Kastelewicz designs Violin solo programmes on the modern
violin, which include works of contemporary music from the 20th and 21st
Century oeuvres and counteracts them with baroque compositions.
An engagement took her with a solo concert series to Istanbul, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
On her baroque violin Anna Barbara Kastelewicz plays violin solo programmes of classical baroque literature – from early to late baroque.
With fondness she performs as a soloist, with orchestra, the concertos by Bach and Vivaldi.
Anna Barbara Kastelewicz works in various chamber music formations.
With actors and dancers Anna Barbara Kastelewicz combines music, lyrics and dance to an artistic unit in an historical context with historical costumes and instruments.

Arno Schneider – Harpsichord
Arno Schneider grew up in an “organ-city”, in the Stade. He studied church music (in Stuttgart and Berlin) and Harpsichord under Christine Schornsheim in Leipzig.
In additionto his teaching activities at the UdK-Berlin, he gives concerts regularly with numerous well known choirs and orchestras, the Berlin Philarmonic, the NDR-Radio Philharmonic, the Staatskapelle Dresden, Ensemble Resonanz, MusicaFiata and others.
Additionally, he worked with CD-production of German Symphonic-Orchestras, the Sinfonieorchesters, the NDR e.t.c.
Arno Schneider performed under conductors such as Giovanni Antonini, Kent Nagano, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Andrew Manze, Ton Koopman, and Reinhard Goebel.

Sarah Perl – Viola da Gamba

Sarah Perl studied Viola da Gambaun der Achim Weigel in Würzburg, Niklas Trüstedt in Berlin and Hille Perl in Bremen. She took master-classes from JordiSavall, Paolo Pandolfo and Wieland Kuijken.
She played concerts and broadcastings, as well as CD-recordings, with such ensembles as Freiburger Barock Consort, Deutschen Symphonie Orchester Berlin, Gesualdo Consort Amsterdam, Ars Nova Kopenhagen, Orlando di Lasso Ensemble and EX early music ensemble Dublin.
With her Duo-partner Mira Lange, she developed solo literature for Viola da Gamba.
Sarah Perl isthe co-leader in the Gambenconsort Sirius Viols, with whom she produced several CDs.
The artist lives in Berlin.

“Baroque women composers”
Most of the time women composers are neglected, although many of them created wonderful music. For a long time women composers were “undiscovered.” In this particular program, the compositions ofwomen composers will be introduced-each woman and work with its special story.
Violine-Cembalo will be exchanged with the rarely performed, extended Viola da Gamba.

Elisabeth Jaquette de la Guerre: Sonata I
Isabella Leonarda: Sonate Nr. 12 op. 16
Marin Marais: La Sonnerie de Ste. Geneviève du Mont-de-Paris
Anna di Venezia: Sonate for flute III (B)
Antonio Bertali: Ciacona

“Four nations`contest”
Musical Europe of the Baroque time

In this program four greatest nations of the Baroque era will compete with each other: Italy, England, France and Germany.
The program shows musical styles in different national tone colours. The European diversityisobvious.
Ground, Passacaglia, Chiaconne–with melodic, vibrating bass in beautiful harmonies with virtuous and playful ornaments of the violin.

Italy
Giovanni Antonio PandolfiMealli: Sonata Quarta „La Biancuccia“, op. 4 Nr. 4
Antonio Bertali: Ciacona

England
John Bull: Galliarda to my Lord Lumley´s Paven
George Tollit (Tollet): A Division on a Ground

France
François Couperin: Premier Concert aus den „Concerts Royaux“
Marin Marais: Sonnerie de Ste. Geneviève du Mont-de-Paris

Germany/Austria
Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber: Passacaglia
Johann Sebastian Bach: Violinsonate G-Dur, BWV 1021

“French expressivity: Trio sonatas”
French charm and ornamentations „joie de vivre“
Experience expressive chamber music art of France from the 17th century with trio-sonatas from the composers Marin Marais, Jean-Baptiste Lully and Jean-Philippe Rameau, as well as royal magnificence in such works as „Concerts Royaux“ from François Couperin.

“Die Viola da Gamba in thechamber music”
Rarely heard intimate instrument of the Baroque era, in following trio-sonatas will have a central role.
Georg Philipp Telemann: Trio sonatasfrom „EsserziiMusici“: F-Dur, F42:F3, h-moll, TWV42:h4
Johann Philipp Krieger: from the Trio sonatas Op. 2
Marin Marais: Sonate à la Maresienne
Dieterich Buxtehude: from the Trio sonatas Op. 1, Op. 2