• Copenhagen Baroque Festival – Earlier in June, a pair of concerts remained from the original dates and are now available in their entirety on the DR P2 website. The June 19th concert offers the opportunity to hear two of this year’s soloists: flutist Joachim Becerra Thomsen and soprano Clara Cecilie Thomsen. Both accompanied by cellist/gambist Hanna Loftsdottir and harpsichordist Søren Christian Vestergaard. On Tuesday, June 23rd, a second concert featured Theatre of Voices performing early baroque works which culminated in a XXth century western. More information on the Copenhagen Baroque Festival website.
• Copenhagen Baroque Festival – While the festival has been moved to the fall, one concert will remain on Friday, June 19th at 4.30 pm. This afternoon concert offers the opportunity to hear two of this year’s soloists: flutist Joachim Becerra Thomsen and soprano Clara Cecilie Thomsen. Both accompanied by cellist/gambist Hanna Loftsdottir and harpsichordist Søren Christian Vestergaard in the beautiful surroundings of the Trinitatis Church in Copenhagen. Free admission, however seats will be limited due to the current social distancing precautions. More info.
• Concert cancelation – I am saddened to inform that the Elephant House Quartet concert at Hindsgavl festival on July 13th 2020, has also been cancelled.
• Concert cancelation – Unfortunately, we are compelled to cancel Alpha’s concert in Lyngby on April 20th on account of the Covid-19 pandemic.
• Copenhagen Baroque Festival 2020 – The baroque festival in the heart of Copenhagen will return this summer for its second installment! Once again we welcome soprano Clara Cecilie Thomsen, the baroque orchestra Arte dei Suonatori, and Bolette’s own Elephant House Quartet. Violinist Paweł Zalejski, flutist Joachim Becerra-Thomsen, and psalterion player Komale Akakpo, and many others have been added to this year’s program! More information on the festival’s Facebook page soon. Timeless baroque melodies in the venues the music was composed for! Rendez-vous June 17-21.