Nadja Lesaulnier (harpsichord, France)

  • Saturday, 21.04
  • 17:00
  • Tallinn, Teaduste Akadeemia saal
  • Chamber concert



Nadja Lesaulnier (harpsichord, France)

Scarlatti. Sonatas K477, K470, K208, K209
C.P.E.Bach. Sonata In B flat major from the “Prussian Sonatas” Op.48
Scarlatti. Sonatas K 490, K491, K492
C.P.E.Bach. Sonata in c-minor from the “Prussian
Sonatas” Op.48 Scarlatti. Sonatas K481, K482, K483
C.P.E.Bach. Sonata in a-minor from the “Württemberg Sonatas” Op.49

Nadja Lesaulnier, a musician of the younger generation, is known as a solo and chamber musician who also plays the inventive basso continuo. Nadja has performed as a soloist in various reputable festivals and music halls around the world and cooperated with grand masters in the world of early music, such as Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Roy Goodman,and Enrico Onofri. Lesaulnier is the founder of the ensemble “Les Ombres” and the duo “Le Petit Concert Baroque”. She participates regularly in the work of the
Lisbon-based Baroque orchestra “Divino Sospiro”, and is a professional level player of the Baroque violin, the Baroque cello, and the Baroque double bass.

In cooperation with the Harpsichord Festival

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