Utrecht Festival 2010

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01The Early Music Show20110219

Catherine Bott introduces highlights from the 28th annual Utrecht Festival of Early Music in The Netherlands, which last year chose French Baroque music as its theme. This programme includes music by André Grétry, Marin Marais, François Couperin, Jean-Baptiste Lully and Jean-Féry Rebel, in performances by the French baritone Pierre-Yves Pruvot with Les Agrémens, viol-player Wieland Kuijken, harpsichordist Aurélien Delage, the chorus and orchestra of Le Parnasse Français, and the Ricercar Consort.

02The Early Music Show20110220

In the second of this weekend's programmes featuring music recorded at the 2010 Utrecht Festival of Early Music, Lucie Skeaping presents highlights of a concert given by the ensemble Musica ad Rhenum. The repertoire includes a suite by Telemann, harpsichord music by Geminiani and Francois Couperin, and the ensemble is joined by the baritone Maarten Koningsberger in a cantata by Campra, 'Les femmes', from his French Cantatas, Book I. Musica ad Rhenum is directed from the baroque flute by Jed Wentz.

EMS02 LASTMusica Ad Rhenum20110220

In the second of this weekend's programmes featuring music recorded at the 2010 Utrecht Festival of Early Music, Lucie Skeaping presents highlights of a concert given by the ensemble Musica ad Rhenum.

The repertoire includes a suite by Telemann, harpsichord music by Geminiani and Francois Couperin, and the ensemble is joined by the baritone Maarten Koningsberger in a cantata by Campra, 'Les femmes', from his French Cantatas, Book I.

Musica ad Rhenum is directed from the baroque flute by Jed Wentz.

Musica ad Rhenum play Telemann, Geminiani, Couperin and Campra at 2010's Utrecht Festival.