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Here you will find upcoming concerts with the Orpheus Baroque which is based in the

Grünewald Hall, Stockholm Concert Hall.

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Previous concerts further down the page.


Upcoming concerts

11 SEPTEMBER 2022 16:00

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Concert Hall Stockholm |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

ORPHEUS' TREASURE TROVE – GRAND DUEL WITH GAMBA AND CELLO

Chamber concert


Participants
Musician from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm
Mime Yamahiro Brinkmann cello/viola da gamba
Daniel Holst cello/viola da gamba
Johannes Rostamo cello/basse de violon
Valur Pálsson violone
Jonas Nordberg theorbo/lute
Marcus Mohlin harpsichord


The music
Gamba- and cellomusik by Jean de Sainte-Colombe, Marin Marais, Jean-Baptiste Barrière, Georg Philipp Telemann, Luigi BoccheriniJosef Myslivecek and others.


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23 OCTOBER 2022 16:00

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Concert Hall Stockholm |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall


ORPHEUS BAROQUE – BERLIN IN THE DEPTH OF EMOTIONS – The Bach family, Berlin and the 18th century Berlin School.



Participants
Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Francesco Corti leader & harpsichord soloist


 

The music

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Sinfonia in G major Wq 180

Carl Heinrich Graun Overture to Cesare e Cleopatra

Georg Benda Harpsichord Concerto in f minor

Intermission

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Harpsichord Concerto in E major Wq 14

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Sinfonia in F major ’’Dissonant’’ Fk 67Johann Christian Bach Sinfonia in g minor op 6:6


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21 DECEMBER 2022 19:00

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Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Main Hall

HANDEL’S MESSIAH - Orpheus Baroque with soloists and S:t Jacobs Chamber Choir.


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Gottfried von der Golz mucical direction

S:t Jacobs Kammarkör

Maria Keohane soprano

Kristina Hammarström alto

Anders J Dahlin tenor

Karl-Magnus Fredriksson bass/baritone


The music

George Frideric Handel Messiah


Orpheus Baroque Stockholm takes on a masterpiece with German violinist and conductor Gottfried von der Goltz, leader of Freiburger Barockorchester. In a collaboration with St. Jacob’s Chamber Choir and Scandinavian star soloists, they perform Handel’s monumental masterpiece.


Messiah was originally intended to be performed at Easter and premiered at a charity concert in Dublin on 13 April 1742. It was immediately a huge success and Handel presented it to much acclaim at London’s Foundling Hospital each year until his death in 1759. Numerous stories from the Old and New Testaments are compiled in Messiah, each presented with Baroque means of musical expression spanning from spiritual elevation to temperamental volition. The Hallelujah Chorus is one of the most famous sections.


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22 DECEMBER 2022 19:00

Included in the subscription Torsdag Stor


Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Main Hall

HANDEL’S MESSIAH - Orpheus Baroque with soloists and S:t Jacobs Chamber Choir.


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Gottfried von der Golz mucical direction

S:t Jacobs Kammarkör

Maria Keohane soprano

Kristina Hammarström alto

Anders J Dahlin tenor

Karl-Magnus Fredriksson bass/baritone


The music

George Frideric Handel Messiah


Orpheus Baroque Stockholm takes on a masterpiece with German violinist and conductor Gottfried von der Goltz, leader of Freiburger Barockorchester. In a collaboration with St. Jacob’s Chamber Choir and Scandinavian star soloists, they perform Handel’s monumental masterpiece.


Messiah was originally intended to be performed at Easter and premiered at a charity concert in Dublin on 13 April 1742. It was immediately a huge success and Handel presented it to much acclaim at London’s Foundling Hospital each year until his death in 1759. Numerous stories from the Old and New Testaments are compiled in Messiah, each presented with Baroque means of musical expression spanning from spiritual elevation to temperamental volition. The Hallelujah Chorus is one of the most famous sections.


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12 FEBRUARY  2023 16:00

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Concert Hall Stockholm |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall


ORPHEUS’ TREASURE TROVE – PASSION IN NAPLES – Pieces from a musical metropolis by Porpora, Scarlatti and more.

Chamber concert 


Participants
Musicians from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Anna Paradiso Laurin harpsichord

Elin Gabrielsson violin

Emma Nyman violin

 

Christopher Öhman viola

Johannes Rostamo cello

Jonas Nordberg theorbo/lute


 

The music

Music from the metropolis Naples by Nicola Porpora, Domenico Scarlatti, Egidio Duni, Domenico Auletta, Leonardo Leo, Salvatore Lanzetti and others.


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14 MAY 2023 16:00

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Concert Hall Stockholm |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall


A CRUSELL AND COPPOLA CHAMPIONSHIP – The clarinet is in focus in a programme including two pieces by Bernhard Crusell.


Participants
Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Lorenco Coppola leader & clarinet soloist


 

The music

Bernhard Crusell Clarinet Concerto No. 3

Intermission

Bernhard Crusell Clarinet Quartet No. 1 in E flat major

Joseph Haydn Symphony No. 92 ’’Oxford’


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Previuos concerts

04 JUNE 2022 15:30

PUBLIC DRESS REHEARSEL

05 JUNE 2022 15:30

06 JUNE 2022 15:30


Musikaliska   |   Stockholm   |  Main hall

SEMF 2022

XXI Stockholm Early Music Festival 2022


BIRGER JARL AND MECHTILD (UTTINI/JOHNSEN)


A milestone in Swedish music history is re-emerging. Singing soloists, dancers, choir and orchestra perform one of history's first operas in Swedish. "Birger Jarl and Mechtild" is a "medieval baroque opera", a play written for libretto in 1774 by Gustav III with music by Francesco Uttini and Philip Johnsen. The fascinating story of the Danish princess Mechtild's marriage to Birger Jarl, according to the founder of Erikskrönikan Stockholm, is in focus.


In this abbreviated staging, the divertissement Æglé, an "opera within an opera" constitutes the main part. Here, Birger Jarl and Mechtild change their characters into mythological creatures, as in a role-playing game.


A unique opportunity to discover Swedish baroque opera and a sneak peek onto a new National stage for early music!

NOTE: for SEMFestival pass holders, only Monday's 6/6 3.30 pm performance of "Birger Jarl and Mechtild" applies.


In cooperation with the Royal Swedish Academy of Music and Drottningholms Slottsteater.


Subject to change!


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

Mark Tatlow conductor

Patrik Söderling choreography

In the roles: Thomas Volle, Helena Schuback and Minna Nyberg, dancers, vocal ensemblen VoNo


The music

Birger Jarl and Mechild by Francesco Uttini and Philip Johnsen


22 MAY 2022 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

ORPHEUS’ TREASURE TROVE – VIOLA WITH LOVE

Chamber concert


Participants
Musicians from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm
Christopher Öhman viola/violad'amore/tenor viola
Joel Sundin viola/viola d'amore/tenor viola
Elin Gabrielsson violin/viola
Lars Warnstad violin/viola
Daniel Holst cello/viola da gamba
Jonas Nordberg theorbo
Marcus Mohlin harpsichord/cabinet organ


TheMusic

Marc Anotonio Ferro Sonata decima
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber Partita VII in c minor
Giovanni Legrenzi Sonata a quattro in D op 11:18
Intermission
Johann Sebastian Bach Sinfonia from Cantata no. 18 ”Gleichwie der Regen und Schnee vom Himmel fällt’”
Georg Philipp Telemann Concerto B-A-C-H for two solo violas, viola da gamba and basso continuo
Johann Sebastian Bach Trio Sonata B flat major after an early version of Brandeburg Concerto no. 6
Georg Muffat Fasciculus VII ”Constantia” in G major


Orfeus Baroque often thematises its programmes, focusing on a certain historical period, a geographical area or a particular style in baroque music. In this case, highlighting the viola through some selected gems in the repertoire. Being an instrument of the middle register its important role is often overlooked, but now we get to hear the viola even in more solistic capacities.


13 FEBRUARY 2022 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

ODE FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY - Orpheus Baroque & S:t Jacobs Chamber Choir in Handel’s Cantata.


In a unique collaboration with S:t Jacob’s Kammarkör, Orpheus Baroque is now realizing the dream of performing Georg Friedrich Handel’s incredible cantata, Ode for St. Cecilia's Day. Conducted by Gary Graden. The soloists are Maria Keohane and Anders J. Dahlin.


Participants

Maria Keohane soprano

Anders J Dahlin tenor

Gary Graden conductor

S:t Jacobs Kammarkör

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Fredrik From concertmaster


The music
Georg Friedrich Händel Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day


12 DECEMBER 2021 15:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Main Hall

HANDEL’S MESSIAH - Orpheus Baroque with soloists and S:t Jacobs Chamber Choir.


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Manfredo Kraemer leader & violinist

S:t Jacobs Kammarkör

Maria Keohane soprano

Marianne Beate Kielland alto

Anders J Dahlin tenor

Karl-Magnus Fredriksson bass/baritone


The music

George Frideric Handel Messiah


Handel’s oratorio Messiah was not a great success at its world premiere in Dublin in 1742, but since then it has grown and become one of the most performed and beloved pieces of music in the world. As here, it is traditional to perform this music around Christmas time. Messiah includes several stories from the Old and New Testaments, each one presented through expressive Baroque musical forms, ranging from spiritual elevation to temperamental determination. The Hallelujah Chorus is one of the most famous sections. For the first time since 1978, Handel’s Messiah will now be performed in its entirety at Konserthuset Stockholm.


7 NOVEMBER 2021 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

CORELLI: THE MASTER AND HIS LEGACY


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Kreeta-Maria Kentala leader & violin soloist


The music

Francesco Geminiani Concerto grosso in D major op 7:1

Giovanni Battista Somis Violin Concerto in G major

Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in g minor for strings and harpsichord RV 156

Giuseppe Valentini Concerto grosso in a minor op 7:11

Arcangelo Corelli Concerto grosso in D major op 6:4


Orpheus Baroque welcomes Kreeta-Maria Kentala – a leading performer of early music in Finland.

Orpheus Baroque aims to continuously broaden its repertoire and knowledge of the vast scope of Baroque music – which spans over 300 years. This time, we will explore Italian Baroque, with Arcangelo Corelli (1653–1713) as the musical hub in order to explore pieces by students and contemporary composers. Corelli, whom Queen Christina of Sweden hired as a musician in Rome, hardly wrote utility music: her rather brief oeuvre is characterised by the connoisseur’s demand for quality and originality.



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10 OCTOBER 2021 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

ORPHEUS BAROQUE IN A MUSICAL OFFERING - One of the great masterpieces of the era, by Johann Sebastian Bach


Participants

Musicians from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm


The music

Johann Sebastian Bach Musikalisches Opfer


Here, the ensemble takes on one of the great Baroque masterpieces: Johann Sebastian Bach’s The Musical Offering, which was the result of a meeting between Bach and Frederick II of Prussia, also known as Frederick the Great. He was not only king and elector of Brandenburg; he was also a keen amateur musician and composer. When they met at the royal residence in Potsdam, Frederick the Great gave Bach a clever and original theme as the basis for improvising a three-part fugue. Bach did just that, but declined the challenge to also improvise a six-part fugue. Instead, a few months later he published a collection of pieces based on the theme, which he dedicated to Frederick II of Prussia. This contrapuntal masterpiece would come to be called Musikalisches Opfer – the Musical Offering.


21 JULY 2021 19:00

Gustav Adolf's church   |   Sundsvall

MR AND MRS HAYDN

Sundsvall Chamber Music Festival


Participants

Musicians from Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Elin Gabrielsson violin

Lars Warnstad violin

Christoffer Öhman viola

Daniel Holst cello

Valur Pálsson double bass

Jan Bränström priest


The music

Music by Joseph and Michael Haydn


We regularly follow the public health authority's restrictions. The gates open at 18:30.

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25 APRIL 2021 16:00 LIVESTREAM

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

Chamber concert

LIVESTREAM: DAWN IN VIENNA - The composers and the music that laid the foundation to a musical metropolis


Participants

Members of Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Annastina Malm mezzo-soprano

Elin Gabrielsson violin

Emma Nyman violin

Christopher Öhman viola

Johannes Rostamo cello

Fredrik Bock theorbo

Mariangiola Martello leader & harpsichord


The music

Music by by Maria Margherita Grimani, Johann Joseph Fux, Antonio Caldara and Antonio Vivaldi.


Not much is known about the life and work of Maria Margherita Grimani, except for one thing, which is known without hesitation: she was the first female composer to have an opera performed at the Royal Opera in Vienna. She also composed other music for voice, including two oratorios. As we will hear at this concert, her music is filled with powerful emotion.

Much more is known about Johann Joseph Fux, Austria’s most prominent Baroque composer. He travelled frequently to Italy and Venice, where music made a powerful impression on him. One of the best known composers from Venice is Vivaldi, who was also active at the time. Another Venetian-born composer was Antonio Caldara, who travelled in the other direction instead: to Vienna, where he was court conductor from 1716, which coincides with the period during which Maria Margherita Grimani was active in the Viennese court. These musical lives cross paths at this concert.


14 FEBRUARY 2021 16:00 LIVESTREAMING

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

CHALUMEAUX - Music for the mother of clarinet with Orpheus Baroque.


"Lorenzo Coppola and three historical clarinets seduce Orpheus Baroque Stockholm"

Review | Bachtrack


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Lorenzo Coppola leader & chalumeau soloist

Alf Hörberg chalumeau


The music

Georg Philipp Telemann Concerto in d minor for two chalumeaux, strings and basso continuo

Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Sinfonia in F major "Dissonant" Fk 67

Joseph Haydn Notturno in C major Hob II:25

Joseph Haydn Symphony No. 53 "L’imperiale"


The chalumeau is the predecessor to today’s clarinet and was common in the Baroque era. Pieces composed for the instrument are often performed on modern clarinets, but here, we will hear the music as it was intended to sound. The soloists in Telemann’s Concerto for Two Chalumeaux are the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra’s clarinettist Alf Hörberg and Lorenzo Coppola, who will also lead Orpheus Baroque at this concert. Alf Hörberg is fascinated with period music and was a member for many years of the world-renowned Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century in Amsterdam, led by Frans Brüggen. Lorenzo Coppola is a European authority on Baroque music and has performed with the most prominent ensembles with a focus on older repertoires, including Les Arts Florissants, Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century and the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra.


22 DECEMBER 2020 19:00 CANCELLED

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall   |  Refund of tickets >

HANDEL’S MESSIAH - Orpheus Baroque with soloists and S:t Jacobs Chamber Choir.


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Manfredo Kraemer leader & violinist

S:t Jacobs Kammarkör

Maria Keohane soprano

Kristina Hammarström alto

Anders J Dahlin tenor

Olle Persson bass


The music

George Frideric Handel Messiah


Handel’s oratorio Messiah was not a great success at its world premiere in Dublin in 1742, but since then it has grown and become one of the most performed and beloved pieces of music in the world. As here, it is traditional to perform this music around Christmas time. Messiah includes several stories from the Old and New Testaments, each one presented through expressive Baroque musical forms, ranging from spiritual elevation to temperamental determination. The Hallelujah Chorus is one of the most famous sections. For the first time since 1978, Handel’s Messiah will now be performed in its entirety at Konserthuset Stockholm.


22 NOVEMBER 2020 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

TEMPEST AND MAD LOVER - English baroque music by Locke, Purcell and Eccles with the Orpheus Baroque Stockholm.

Please note: change of programme and leader.


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Marcus Mohlin leader & harpsichord soloist


The music

This time the ensemble is led by Marcus Mohlin from Stockholm. He studied the cembalo with Mayumi Kamata and Ulf Söderberg at Collegium Musicum, the early music department of the Royal College of Music in Stockholm. He has worked with for instance Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Rachel Podger, Alfredo Bernadini, Trevor Pinnock, the Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble and Concerto Copenhagen. He also leds his own ensembles, like Ensemble Flautino.


13 SEPTEMBER 2020 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

Chamber concert

ORPHEUS’ TREASURE TROVE: THE FATHER OF SWEDISH MUSIC


Participants

Members of Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Elin Gabrielsson violin

Jesper Harryson oboe

Johannes Rostamo cello

Johan Lindström harpsichord


The music

Music by Johan Helmich Roman, Johan Agrell, George Frideric Handel, Francesco Geminiani and others.


Johan Helmich Roman, also known as the father of Swedish music, and George Frideric Handel share many musical similarities. They met at the King’s Theatre in London, where Roman was a violinist while Handel was an in-house composer. In London, Roman also heard Italian Francesco (?) Geminiani, a violinist to the English court. Back in Sweden, Roman was appointed vice conductor to the court and became acquainted with the composer and violin and piano virtuoso Johan Agrell, before Agrell moved to Germany.


8 SEPTEMBER 2020 20:00

The German Church   |   Stockholm

Stockholm Early Music Festival - OPENING CONCERT

Sound of Crowns


Participants

Benedek Csalog flute

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm


The music

When royals compose and surround themselves with famous composers, the music gets a very special shimmer... Sanssouci's gates open to the world of flute where you meet Frederick the Great, Wilhelmina von Preussen, J J Quantz and J S Bach! Benedek Csalog is Hungary's most renowned soloist on traverso flute with an international career in Europe, USA, South America and Asia.


SEMF - Stockholm Early Music Festival


5 APRIL 2020 16:00 CANCELLED

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall   |  Refund of tickets >

ODE FOR ST CECILIA'S DAY

This concert is cancelled due to the Corona virus.

Orpheus Baroque & S:t Jacobs Kammarkör in Handel’s Cantata.


In a unique collaboration with S:t Jacob’s Kammarkör, Orpheus Baroque is now realizing the dream of performing Georg Friedrich Handel’s incredible cantata, Ode for St. Cecilia's Day. Conducted by Gary Graden. The soloists are Maria Keohane and Anders J. Dahlin.


Participants

Maria Keohane soprano

Anders J Dahlin tenor

Gary Graden conductor

S:t Jacobs Kammarkör

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster


The music
Georg Friedrich Händel Ode for St. Cecilia’s Day


9 FEBRUARY 2020 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

ORFEUS BAROCK I DRESDEN

Oboe virtuoso Alfredo Bernardini leads music from the golden era of the Saxon capital.


At this concert, Orpheus Baroque will be led by Italian oboe virtuoso Alfredo Bernardini, in a programme with a focus on the Saxon capital’s musical heyday. We will hear music by Jan Dismas Zelenka, Johann Georg Pisendel, Johann David Heinichen, Antonio Lotti, Antonín Reichenauer and Francesco Maria Veracini.


Participants

Alfredo Bernardini leader and oboe soloist

Jesper Harryson oboe

Elin Gabrielsson violin

Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster


The music
Jan Dismas Zelenka Ouverture à 7 in F major
Johann Georg Pisendel Violin Concerto
Johann David Heinichen Concerto in e minor for two oboes, strings and basso continuo

Intermission 25 min
Antonio Lotti Ouverture to Ascanio
Antonín Reichenauer Oboe Concerto
Francesco Maria Veracini Ouverture nr 6 in g minor/B flat major


1 DECEMBER 2019 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

Chamber concert ORPHEUS TREASUR TROVE – VENICE 1600

Harpsichordist Luca Guglielmi guest performs with the great Italian masters.

The repertoire at this concert includes music by some of the greatest Italian masters of early Baroque: Claudio Monteverdi, Dario Castello, Giovanni Gabrieli, Biagio Marini and Johann Rosenmüller.


Participants

Orpheus Baroque Ensemble

Luca Guglielmi harpsichord

Elin Gabrielson violin

Lola Torrente violin

Emma Nyman violin/viola

Johanne Rostamo cello/basse de violon

Daniel Holst viola da gamba

Karl Nyhlin theorbo


The music
Claudio Monteverdi Sinfonia from Il ritorno d’Ulisse in patria
Giovanni Gabrieli Canzon I "La Spiritata"
Giovanni Gabrieli Toccata del secondo tono
Giovanni Gabrieli Sonata XXI "con tre violini"
Giovanni Battista Bassani Toccata per la viola da gamba
Dario Castello Sonata X a 3
Dario Castello Sonata IV a 2
Dario Castello Sonata XVI a 4
Intemission 25 min
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger Toccata arpeggiata for theorbo
Biagio Marini Passacalio a 4
Biagio Marini Sonata in eco con tre violini "Triosonat" op 8:44
Biagio Marini Sonata sopra la Monica
Girolamo Frescobaldi Canzon à basso solo
Johann Rosenmüller Sonata IX in D
Johann Rosenmüller Sonata II in E
Johann Rosenmüller Sinfonia I in F


15 SEPTEMBER 2019 16:00

Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

Chamber concert ON AIR STREAMS WITH ORPEHEUS BAROQUE

Orpheus’ treasure trove with music for woodwinds by Vivaldi, Telemann and Fasch.


    Participants

    Orpheus Baroque Ensemble

    Jesper Harryson oboe

    Kerstin Frödin oboe/recorder

    Jens-Christoph Lemke bassoon

    Johannes Rostamo cello

    Mayumi Kamata harpsichord


    The music

    Georg Philipp Telemann Trio Sonata in g minor TWV 42:g9

    Girolamo Frescobaldi Toccata in D from Fiori musicali for harpsichord
    Giovanni Battista Fontana Sonata seconda, version for recorder and basso continuo
    Antonio Vivaldi Sonata No. 5 in e-minor for cello and keybord RV 40
    Antonio Vivaldi Chamber Concerto in g-minor for recorder, oboe and bassoon RV 103
    Intermission 25 min
    Evaristo Felice Dall’Abaco Trio Sonata in a minor op 3:9

    Joseph Hector Fiocco Andante - L’Angloise (Rondeau) - Adagio from Pièces de clavecin for harpsichord

    Johann Friedrich Fasch Sonata C major for bassoon and basso continuo
    Evaristo Felice Dall’Abaco Trio Sonata C major op 3:1


    5 MAY 2019 16:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber with Manfredo Kraemer

     

    Participants

    Manfredo Kraemer leader and violin soloist

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Johann Joseph Fux Overture in d minor E 109

    Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber Battalia

    Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Harmonia à cinque for violin and ensemble

    Intermission 25 min

    Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber Sonata die pauern Kirchfahrt genandt – Sonata a sei f0r violin and orchestra

    Philipp Jakob Rittler Harmonia Romana – Suite for strings and basso continuo

    Georg Muffat Concerto grosso No. 12 in G major "Propitia sydera"


    10 FEBRUARY 2019 16:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Chamber concert

    Orpheus’ treasure trove - Stockholm 1650.

     

    Participants

    Orpheus Baroque Ensemble

    Anders J Dahlin haute-contre

    Elin Gabrielsson violin

    Emma Nyman violin/viola

    Christopher Öhman viola

    Johannes Rostamo cello

    Daniel Holst viola da gamba

    Jonas Nordberg lute

    Mariangiola Martello harpsichord

    Maria Schildt host

     

    The music

    Dieterich Buxtehude Sonata à due in D BuxWV 260

    Johann Heinrich Schmelzer Sonata à 4 in C

    Dieterich Buxtehude Herr, nun lässt du deinen Diener

    Nicolaus Adam Strungk Sonata a 6

    Dieterich Buxtehude Quemadmodum desiderat cervus

    Intermission 25 min

    Anonymus Sonata a 5

    Christian Flor Det är nogh

    Arcangelo Corelli Trio Sonata B flat major op 4:9

    Anonymus Allemande - Courante - Sarabande - Gavotte

    Jean Baptiste Lully Chaconne from act II from Phaëton

    Jean Baptiste Lully Suivez-la from act III scene II from Phaëton

     

     

    16 DECEMBER 2018 16:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    The genius and the genius son - Johann Sebastian and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

     

    Participants

    Luca Guglielmi leader and harpsichordist

    Johannes Rostamo cello

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Johann Sebastian Bach Sinfonia to Part 2 from Cantata No. 76 "Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes"

    Johann Sebastian Keyboard Concerto No. 1

    Intermission 20 min

    Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Cello Concerto in a minor Wq 170

    Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Sinfonia in e minor Wq 178


    "Fördel Bach den yngre, i vass och stormig musikalisk retorik"     DN.se

    "Barocken lyfts av Bach den yngres emotioner"     SvD.se

    "Vill höra mer!"     DN.se


     

    16 SEPTEMBER 2018 16:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Chamber concert

    Orpheus’ treasure trove - A Hommage to the French baroque master François Couperin 350 years

     

    Participants

    Orpheus Baroque Ensemble

    Ann Wallström violin

    Emma Nyman violin

    Christopher Öhman viola

    Johannes Rostamo cello

    Daniel Holst viola da gamba

    Jesper Harryson oboe

    Mayumi Kamata harpsichord

     

    The music

    François Couperin Concerts royaux – Premier concert in G major

    Marin Marais Sonnerie de Sainte Geneviève du Mont-de-Paris from La gamme et autres morceaux de symphonie

    François Couperin Le Parnasse ou L’apothéose de Corelli for two violins and basso continuo

    Georg Muffat Sonata No. 2 in g minor from Armonico tributo

    François Couperin La Françoise [La pucelle], Trios Sonata in e minor


    11 FEBRUARY 2018 16:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Hommage á Georg Philipp Telemann with Dan Laurin

     

    Participants

    Dan Laurin leader and recorder soloist

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Georg Philipp Telemann Suite in a minor for recorder and orchestra

    Johan Helmich Roman Suite from Gollowin Music

    Intermission 20 min

    Georg Philipp Telemann Recorder Concerto in F major

    Georg Philipp Telemann Overture in C major – Wassermusik ”Hamburger Ebb’ und Flut”


    Laurin

    26 NOVEMBER 2017 16:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Peter Spissky guest performs with italian and english baroque music

     

    Participants

    Peter Spissky leader and violin soloist

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in C major for strings and harpsichord RV 114

    Henry Purcell Suite from The Fairy Queen

    Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in b minor for four violins and orchestra op 3:10 RV 580 from L’estro armonico

    Georg Friedrich Händel Passacaglia from Trio Sonata in G major op 5:4

    Intermission 20 min

    Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in g minor for strings and harpsichord RV 157

    Georg Friedrich Händel Concerto grosso in D major op 6:5

    Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in d minor for two violins, cello and orchestra op 3:11 RV 565


    14 MAY 2017 15:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Martello and Dahlin guest performs in French baroque program

     

    Participants

    Mariangiola Martello leader and harpsichordist

    Anders J Dahlin tenor

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Dardanus

    Ouverture

    Rigaudons I and II

    Tambourins I and II

    Hâtons-nous, courons à la gloire

    Ouverture till Les Indes galantes

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Les Indes galantes

    Air des Incas

    Air pour deux guerriers portant les drapeaux

    Airs pour les fleurs I et II Gavotte en rondeau. Orage. Air pour borée

    Danse du grand calumet de la paix

    Tambourins I and II

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Castor et Pollux

    Séjour de l'éternelle paix

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Dardanus

    Chaconne

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Les fêtes d’Hébé ou Les talents lyriques

    L'objet qui règne dans mon âme

    Paus 20 min

    Jean Baptiste Lully from Le bourgeois gentilhomme

    Marche pour la cérémonie des Turcs

    Jean-Philippe Rameau  from Les Boréades

    Entrée des peuples

    Entr’acte, suite des vents

    Entrée Polymnie

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Le temple de la Gloire

    Ces oiseaux par leur doux ramage

    Jean-Philippe Rameau from Pigmalion

    Ouverture

    Fatal amour, cruel vainqueur

    Air pour les grâces – Rondeau contredanse

    Règne, Amour


    18 DECEMBER 2016 15:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Orpheuseus Baroque Stockholm plays music by the Bach family

     

    Participants

    Luca Guglielmi leader and harpsichordist

    Johannes Rostamo cello

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach Sinfonia in d minor

    Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 3

    Johann Sebastian Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5

    Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Cello Concerto in a minor Wq 170

    Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Sinfonia in b minor Wq 182:5

     

    22 MAY 2016 15:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Drottningholm, knight and rebellious dance

     

    Participants

    Göran Karlsson leader and harpsichordist

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm

    Elin Gabrielsson concertmaster

     

    The music

    Johan Helmich Roman from The Drottningholm Music

    Arcangelo Corelli Concerto grosso F major op 6:6

    Georg Philip Telemann Overture No. 10 in G major "Burlesque de Quixotte"

    Jean-Féry Rebel Les caractères de la danse

     

    12 DECEMBER 2015 15:00

    Concert Hall Stockholm   |   Stockholm   |   Grünewald Hall

    Baroque music with Christmas connection

     

    Participants

    Elin Gabrielsson leader and concertmaster

    Kristina Hammarström mezzo-soprano

    Orpheus Baroque Stockholm


    The music

    Georg Friedrich Händel Allegro from Sinfonia in B flat major

    Georg Friedrich Händel "Par che mi nasca in seno" from Tamerlano

    Giuseppe Torelli Concerto grosso in g minor op 8 No. 6 "In forma di pastorale per il Santissimo Natal"

    Georg Friedrich Händel "Scherza infida" from Ariodante

    Pietro Locatelli from Concerto grosso op 1 No. 8 "La notte di Natale" Pastorale (last mouvement)

    Georg Friedrich Händel "Vieni o figlio" from Ottone

    Arcangelo Corelli Concerto grosso op 6 nr 8 "Fatto per la notte di Natale"

    Georg Friedrich Händel "Salda quercia" from Arianna.