Stockholm Concert Hall Grünewald Hall and Main Hall
Sunday 11 September 2022 16:00 – ORPHEUS' TREASURE TROVE – GRAND DUEL WITH GAMBA AND CELLO
Sunday 23 October 2022 16:00 – ORPHEUS BAROQUE – BERLIN IN THE DEPHT OF EMOTIONS
Sunday 12 February 2023 16:00 – ORPHEUS' TREASURE TROVE – PASSION IN NAPLES
Sunday 14 May 2023 16:00 – ORPHEUS BAROQUE – A CRUSELL AND COPPOLA CHAMPIONSHIP
21 December 2022 19:00 – HANDEL'S MESSIAH
22 December 2022 19:00 – HANDEL'S MESSIAH
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Elin Gabrielsson artistic director and concertmaster
Johannes Rostamo artistic director
Since its formation in 2015, Orpheus Baroque Stockholm has grown into an important part of the musical offering, serving as a meeting place for philharmonic musicians and for Sweden’s foremost Baroque musicians.
Through its own concert series in the Grünewald Hall, the ensemble has developed into a dynamic and creative meeting place for members of the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra with expertise in early music, as well as many of Sweden's leading freelance baroque musicians. The ensemble works to make the profane musical treasure during the period 1600 - 1850 available with playing on period instruments and a historically informed playing style.
Orpheus Baroque has also profiled itself as an ensemble by inviting Swedish and internationally leading musicians in early music as guest leaders. Leaders like Lorenzo Coppola, Alfredo Bernardini, Manfredo Kraemer, Dan Laurin, Kreeta-Maria Kentala, Peter Spissky, Luca Guglielmi, Göran Karlsson and Mariangiola Martello as well as soloists like Anders J. Dahlin, Maria Keohane, Annastina Malm, Marianne Beate Kielland, Kristina Hammarström and Karl-Magnus Fredriksson collaborated with the ensemble.
The group's debut CD with music by JS Bach and CPE Bach was released on Alba Records 2020, praised by critics and nominated for a Grammy award in the category "Classic of the Year".
NEW CD WITH ORPHEUS BAROQUE STOCKHOLM
NOMINATED FOR THE "SWEDISH GRAMMIS AWARD" 2021
JS BACH - CPE BACH
The concert December 16 2018 is now released on CD.
Alba Records - ABCD 448 - Orpheus Baroque Stockholm
Orpheus Baroque Stockholm - Johannes Rostamo, cello - Luca Guglielmi, harpsichord -
Elin Gabrielsson, violin
Can be ordered from Alba Records
Available for purchase at the box office Stockholm Concert Hall
C P E Bach Sinfonia in e-minor
Tenderness, passion. Tempests and longing. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s music is intense and emotional. Here, Orpheus Baroque Stockholm performs his Sinfonia in E Minor.
C P E Bach Cello Concerto
In this concert video we will see the artistic director of Orpheus Baroque and The Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra’s solo cellist Johannes Rostamo as the soloist in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach’s temperamental Cello Concerto in A-minor. Luca Guglielmi leads Orpheus Baroque Stockholm from the harpsichord.
"Lorenzo Coppola and three historical clarinets seduce Orpheus Baroque Stockholm"
Review | bachtrack.com
"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
French Baroque in Stockholm: the Orfeus Barockensemble plays Rameau
The concert, a delightful performance of French Baroque music, was warmly applauded by the audience, who were clearly long overdue for a session of Baroque music, which is in short supply here in Stockholm. Perhaps a quote from Oliver Twist best sums up the feeling of Stockholm’s Baroque music lovers: “Please, sir, I want some more.”