The Soundscapes of Renaissance in Paris

  • Saturday, 17.02
  • 19:00
  • Tallinn, Estonia kontserdisaal
  • Classical music, Dance performance
  • SA Eesti Kontsert

Introduction

Performers:

Tõnis Kuurme (recorders, dulcian, rauschpfeiff)
Olev Ainomäe (pommers, shawm, block flutes)
Anto Õnnis (tenor, percussion)
Riho Ridbeck (bass, percussion)
Tõnis Kaumann (baritone, percussion)
Imre Eenma (violin)
Taavo Remmel (double bass)
Valter Jürgenson (trombones)
Lembit Orgse (cembalo, organ)
Iris Oja (mezzo-soprano)
Andrew Lawrence-King (artistic director)
Also dance group Arte Movemento

Andrew Lawrence-King and Hortus Musicus take the listener to Renaissance era Paris presenting the best of French music – from high-style chansons to folk dance.

The British music specialist Andrew Lawrence-King is one of the absolute best in the world of early music, just like our Hortus Musicus.  Lawrence-King is an exceptionally diverse individual: a mathematician, singer, and player of organ, harpsichord, and harp, along with being able to play several other instruments and variously carrying out the roles of stage director, music theorist, historian, researcher, seafarer, philosopher, and more.

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