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NEWS - December 2019

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Ensemble Masques and Oliver Fortin - Gramophone.uk.co 17/11/2019 : CD Routes du Cafe -…The playing of Ensemble Masques is suitably lip-smacking, Anna Besson’s flute nicely in the foreground sharing the limelight with Hana BlaŽíková’s pert soprano in Bernier’s frothy cantata. The ‘Air gay’, which praises coffee’s properties as hangover cure, proves particularly delicious. ...
The Turkish numbers percolate vivid oriental colour, closely recorded to aid the impression you’re tucked up in an intimate coffee house somewhere, whether in Constantinople, Leipzig or Paris….Imaginatively programmed, beautifully played and recorded, this is disc is as delightful as a cup of the black gold itself.   Mark Pullinger – Review in full    - You can listen to some excerpts of this beautiful recording !


The new recording of Contrapunctus and Owen Rees has just been released!
On the playlist, John Taverner's Missa Gloria tibi trinitas, one of the great glories of Tudor music, with the Choir of The Queen's College. The drama of this music comes from the striking alternation of sections scored for the full six-voice choir and intricate solo sections. Contrapunctus (singing the solo sections) and the Choir of The Queen’s College, to provide combined forces of some 40 singers, … Other works include Taverner’s supremely beautiful Leroy Kyrie and Audivi vocem de caelo.
You can listen to some excerpts of this beautiful new recording !


The new recording of David Kadouch has just been released !
You can listen to some excerpts by clicking on the following link

concerto italiano

The Classical Review 28/11/2019: CD Bach – Overtures (Orchestral Suites)
…. While Concerto Italiano and Alessandrini bring their customary technical excellence and passion to these works, …Alessandrini and his players offer playing of refined beauty and power; indeed, the technical accomplishment of the performances is even more impressive than in their Brandenburg set. …. What comes across most clearly in these new performances is a true feeling of consort playing – these are lived in, intelligent and deeply felt interpretations. David A. McConnell – Review in full


At the harpsichord, Rinaldo Alessandrini creates several ‘suites de danse’ from the magnificent output of Louis Couperin.
Alessandrini has gathered some of them, and a few by other composers, into three suites, performing them on a rich-sounding harpsichord with the requisite Gallic liquid elegance. — Sunday Times, 15th September 2019

You can listen to some excerpts of this new recording.