Preliminary program for two voices with continuo:
Barbara Strozzi Lagrime mie
Luigi Rossi Vorrei scoprirti un di
Joseph de La Barre Due labra di rose fan guerra al mio cuore
Jean-Baptiste Lully 'Gentil Music Francese...'
(1632-1687) Dialogue entre la 'Musique Française' et 'La Musica Italiana'
Cede al vostro beltà
Sebastien Le Camus Delices des Estez
Tarquino Merula Canzonetta spirituale sopra alla nanna
Michel Lambert Douce felicitez
Dialogue entre La Felicité et La Paix
(from Ballet des Arts, 1663)
Claudio Monteverdi O come sei gentile
(1567-1643) Non e di gentil cuore Ohimè dove il mio ben
Romanesca à 2. Quatro parti.
ANNA NYHLIN sings music from the 12th century up to contemporary music, with emphasis on the Baroque and Classical era. She has performed throughout Europe with ensembles such as The New Dutch Academy, Drottningholms Baroque Ensemble, The Swedish Baroque Orchestra, Stockholm Baroque Orchestra, REbaroque, Helsinki Baroque Orchestra and The New York Bach Ensemble. In 2004 Anna made her opera debut in Gluck’s “Orfeus ed Eurydice”. She has performed as a soloist in staged performances, as both a singer and a dancer, with for example The New Dutch Academy and Barcelona Barroc. Anna studied baroque voice performance at the Guildhall School of Music in London with Emma Kirkby and at the Royal University College of Music in Stockholm with Susanne Rydén. She has also studied historical dance at The College of Dance in Stockholm, which has led to numerous engagements where music, dancing and theatre from the 17th and 18th century have been combined. Anna has been awarded with scholarships in Baroque Voice Performance from among others The Swedish Royal Academy of Music and The Scandinavian Bach Academy. She has also received a scholarship from the Swedish Institute which led to a month’s stay in Paris in order to study French baroque music performance practice, dance and gesture and to pursue research at the Bibliothéque Nationale.
ELISABETH BELGRANO is an independent vocal performer / artistic researcher with a special interest in vocal crossings between 17th and 21st centuries. She is currently researching the practice of 17th century vocal ornamentation as a method and a model for communicating and creating trust applicable to multiple scales and spacetimes, such as in environmental, social and political relations. She has been working as a guest teacher at the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at the University of Gothenburg and is currently co-supervising a doctoral fellow at the academy of Music in Oslo. Belgrano is regularly presenting her research at conferences and festivals globally. Her doctoral thesis was the first on to be presented in Sweden in the field of Performance of Theatre and Music Drama.
Peter Lönnerberg har studerat cembalo och generalbasspel för bland andra Lars-Ulrik Mortensen i Köpenhamn. Han är cembalist och organist i Rebaroque, kvartetten Stockholm Barock och barockorkestern Tre Kronor och förekommer flitigt som frilansmusiker i många andra sammanhang. Peter har också intresserad undervisat och har t.ex. varit gästlärare vid musikhögskolan i Belgrad. Bland åtskilliga CD-inspelningar hörs tidig italiensk barockmusik för violin och cembalo med Kroatiska Barockorkesterns konsertmästare Laura Vadjon (Aquarius Records) och ”Telemannia”, musik av Telemann med Rebaroque (Proprius).