Ensemble "Collegium pro musica"

Ensemble "Collegium pro musica"
Ensemble "Collegium pro musica"

Sunday  2. 9. 2018   20:00

Franciscan monastery in Piran

From the Italian style to Telemann

Stefano Bagliano, recorder 
Erich Oskar Hütter, cello
Andrea Coen, harpsichord


Programme:

  • Gerolamo Frescobaldi (1583-1643): Canzone Terza
  • Dario Castello (XVII stoletje/ XVII secolo): Sonata Quinta
  • Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741): Sonata for cello and b.c. RV 40 in e minor
  • Giuseppe Tartini (1692-1770): Sonata for flute and b.c. in C Major

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  • Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767):
    Sonata for flute and b.c. in B flat Major
    Two Fantasias for harpsichord solo
    Partita N 5 in E minor for flute and b.c.

 

 

Stefano Bagliano, recorder

Stefano Bagliano

Stefano Bagliano is a flautist with a growing international reputation who specializes in Baroque and Early Music.
He has performed as a soloist at more than 600 concerts for prestigious festivals and institutions all over Europe, Asia, Israel and USA, such as Carnegie Hall of New York, Moscow Conservatoire, Gasteig in Munich, Ljubljana International Festival, Amici della Musica of Florence, Società del Quartetto di Milano, Musica e Poesia a San Maurizio, Concerts of Palazzo Venezia in Rome that were broadcast by the Italian Radio Rai 3, Engadiner Konzertwochen, Italian Cultural Institutes of Los Angeles and New York.

 

Erich Oskar Hütter, cello

Born in 1973, Erich Oskar Hütter studied with Hildgund Posch at the University of Music in Graz and Reinhard Latzko at the Musikakademie in Basel where in 1999 he gained the soloist’s diploma and teachers diploma (both with the highest distinction).
He then went on to study with the exceptional cellists Janos Starker at Indiana University and Ralph Kirshbaum at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
As a soloist Erich Oskar Hütter has performed in major concert halls including Musikverein and Konzerthaus (Vienna), Mozarteum (Salzburg), Brucknerhaus (Linz), Beethoven-Haus (Bonn), Royal Castle (Warsaw), Lisinski Hall (Zagreb), Kennedy Center and Library of Congress (Washington).

 

Andrea Coen, harpsichord

Andrea Coen, harpsichord (b. 1960, Rome, Italy), graduated in musicology at the La Sapienza University (Rome) with a dissertation on the long-neglected unpublished keyboard works of Domenico Cimarosa. He received his degree in harpsichord from the Royal College of Music in London, to which he has been an associated musician since 1987. After a period of research and study of Renaissance, Baroque and Classical performance techniques with such acclaimed musicians as Ton Koopman, Daniel Chorzempa, Alan Curtis, David Collyer, Glenn Wilson Emilia Fadini and Andrea Coen, he dedicated himself to an intense concert career in Italy, Europe and USA performing as either harpsichord, organ or fortepiano soloist in various chamber and vocal ensembles.