The orchestra

EMI Virgin

Rameau – Recording for EMI / Virgin Classics

Les Ambassadeurs have just completed a new recording for EMI / Virgin !
The programme features a selection of some of the best soprano arias by RAMEAU
with soprano Sabine Devieilhe – release in november…

Laszlo Paulik

László Paulik, violin

(Hungary)

Isabelle

Isabelle Bania, violin

(Sweden)
studies modern and baroque violin at The Royal Danish Academy of Music with Serguei Azizian and Arek Golinski. She plays with Copenhagen Philharmonic, the Danish Radio Entertaining Orchestra, Holland Baroque Society.

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Irma Niskanen, violin

(Russia & Finland)
studied baroque violin with Sirkka-Liisa Kaakinen-Pilch. She plays with Finnish Baroque Orchestra, Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, and is a founding member of Nylandia Ensemble and New Century Baroque.

Ivan Iliev2

Ivan Iliev, violin

(Bulgaria)
studied in Sofia, Trossingen, (with Anton Steck), and Amsterdam (with Lucy van Dael). He is a member of Concerto Antico, and Ensemble Cordevento and performs with EUBO,

Yannis Roger

Yannis Roger, violin

(France)

Dasa Valentova

Dasa Valentova, violin

(Czech Republic)

Cecilia Clares

Cecilia Clares Clares, violin

(Spain)

Ania Nowak2

Anna Nowak, violin

(Poland)
is a regular member of Arte dei Suonatori – one of the most prominent Polish baroque groups and works as well with the Wroclaw Baroque Orchestra, Harmonologia, Holland Baroque Society and others.

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Barbara Altobello, violin

(Italy)
studied baroque violin with E. Wallfisch and R. Beesley in The Hague. Barbara performs with Ensemble Zefiro, Accademia Montis Regalis, La Risonanza, Il Complesso Barocco, New Dutch Academy, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Europa Galante

Poznan Baroque



Laurent Muller

Laurent Muller, viola

(France)
is enjoying eclectic activities that bring him from baroque (with Christophe Coin) to modern music, while collaborating with great orchestras and conductors like Emmanuel Krivine, Kurt Masur, Pierre Boulez, Yehudi Menuhin, etc…

Gabriel Bania3

Gabriel Bania, viola

(Poland)

Katharina Andres

Katharina Andres, oboe

(Germany)
studied baroque oboe and Renaissance instruments in a very early age at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. She plays with Akademie für Alte Musik, Bach-Collegium Japan, Concerto Köln, Doulce Mémoire, Freiburger Barockorchester, La Fenice, La Petite Bande.

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Ursula Paludan Monberg – horn

(Denmark)
studied in London and in Saintes with Andrew Clarck and Claude Maury. She is solo hornist in Concerto Copehagen and also plays with The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, l’Orchestre des Champs Elysées, New London Consort or Arte dei Suonatori.

Anneke Scott2

Anneke Scott – horn

(England)
principal horn of Sir John Eliot Gardiner’s Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The English Baroque Soloists. With fortepianist Kathryn Cok she has recorded virtuosic music for natural horn and fortepiano from early nineteenth century Vienna for Challenge Classics.

Marco-Frezzato

Marco Frezzato – cello

(Italy)
Principal cellist of Accademia Bizzantina, member of Il Giardino Armonico, Le Concert d’Astree, Ensemble Accordone. Founding member of string quartet AleaEnsemble with which he recorded Mozart, Boccherini, Haydn cd’s praised by the critics.

Lidewei De Sterck

Lidewei de Sterck, oboe

(Belgium)
has studied with Ku Ebbinge and Franck de Bruine in The Hague and now plays with Concerto Köln, New Dutch Academy, Arte Dei Suonatori, Concerto Köln, Al Ayre Espanol

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Thomas Pitt – cello

(England)
works with The Academy of Ancient Music, the Gabrieli Consort,
The English Concert, Arte dei Suonatori, Concerto Copenhagen. He is director of the early-music department of the Royal Danish Music Conservatory.

Tomek Pokrzywinski2a

Tomasz Pokrzywinski – cello

(Poland)
graduating from the Guildhall School in London. He performs as a principal cellist with Arte dei Suonatori and Holland Baroque Society, and joins also The Academy of Ancient Music, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, La Serenissima and others.

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Jean Rondeau, harpsichord

(France)
studied harpsichord with Blandine Verlet, Olivier Baumont, Blandine Rannou and Kenneth Weiss in the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. He is also very involved into jazz music…

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Vega Montero – double-bass

(Spain)
graduated from Amsterdam conservatory in modern double-bass and The Hague conservatory for historical double-bass and violone. She performs with New Dutch Academy, L’Orfeo Barockorchester Linz, Al Ayre Espańol, Harmony of Nations, Orquesta Barroca de Salamanca

Simone Vallerotonda

Simone Vallerotonda – theorbo

(Italy)

Allan Rasmussen

Allan Rasmussen, harpsichord

(Denmark)
besides his work as an organist in Frederiksberg Church, he
is active as an organ soloist and chamber music player in several international contexts, for example with the ensembles Baroque Fever, Concerto Copenhagen and Arte dei Suonatori.

Manuel Granatiero2

Manuel Granatiero – flute

(Italy)
graduated from Brussels conservatory in the class of Barthold Kuijken. Performs with Academia Montis Regali, il Complesso Barocco, Concerto Italiano, Le Cercle de l’ Harmonie, Al Ayre Espanol, Ricercar Consort and is a founding member of Accademia Ottoboni.

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Georges Barthel – flute

(France)
graduated with distinction in Brussels after studies with Barthold Kuijken and Marc Hantaï. He plays with La Petite Bande, Anima Eterna, Ricercar Consort, La Chambre Philharmonique, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Les Talents Lyriques…

Moni Fischaleck2

Moni Fischaleck – bassoon

(Germany)
studied recorder with Dorothee Oberlinger and historical bassoons with Lorenzo Alpert, Donna Agrell and Christian Beuse. She works with Concerto Copenhagen, Ensemble Cristofori, Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra and Ensemble Schirokko.