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Ensemble CORDeVENTO

Cordevento was founded in 2006 by Erik Bosgraaf (recorder), Izhar Elias (baroque guitar) and Alessandro Pianu (harpsichord). The group makes suprising programmes with combinations of early and contemporary music as well as all early music programmes. The goal of the ensemble is breath life into the forgotten musical treasures of music-history.
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CONCERTO ANTICO, consort of early music

The Consort of Early Music CONCERTO ANTICO was founded by Yanko Marinov in 2001. After the realization of numerous concert projects in different genres, the ensemble's focus is on chamber repertoire for two violins and basso continuo.
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ARS BAROCCA

Ensemble ARS BAROCCA announces of its presence in the musical life in the spring of 2006 and unites the creative passions and findings of instrumentalists from the National Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Classic FM Radio Orchestra.
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European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO)

The European Union Baroque Orchestra was created in 1985 as a major initiative of European Music Year to celebrate the 300th anniversaries of three great baroque musicians JS Bach, Scarlatti and Handel.
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ROY GOODMAN, conductor

Goodman is well known for his work as director and founder of the Brandenburg Consort (1975-2001), as co-director/founder of the Parley of Instruments (1979-1986), co-founder of the London Handel Orchestra (in 1981), Principal Conductor of the Hanover Band (1986-1994). He has been Music Director for fifteen years of the European Union Baroque Orchestra (1989-2004).
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ERIK BOSGRAAF, recorders

Erik Bosgraaf is generally considered to be one of the most gifted and versatile recorder players of a new generation. 'Bosgraaf's virtuosity is stunning, as is his artistry', was the conclusion of "Gramophone".
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VASILY ILISAVSKY, fortepiano

“…I think that Mr. Ilisavsky is a very special, creative and inspiring musician. It’s pure joy to hear him play…” (Martha Argerich)
“…Vasily Ilisavsky was the great revelation for me during the International Clara Schumann Concours … I think he has all the qualities to become one of the greatest pianists of our time…” (Nelson Freire)
“...A stunning talent...” (Rheinische Post)
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GALINA DRAGANOVA, fortepiano

Galina Draganova is one of the few pianists who have specialized equally in modern and historical piano. Galina is the first Bulgarian historical fortepiano player.
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INA KANCHEVA, sopran

Ina Kancheva is born in Sofia. She began studying opera when she was nineteen at the State Academy of Music in Sofia. She continued with scholarship graduate training in The European Opera Center in Manchester, Fondazione Arena di Verona, Accademia Chiggiana, Center of Perfection“Placido Domingo“-Palau de les Arts.She has taken part in many master classes of Irina Gavrilovici, Montserrat Caballe, Raina Kabaivanska, Leo Nucci, Anna Luisa Chova and others.
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ALEXIS KOSSENKO, flute

The phenomenal young French flutist Alexis Kossenko showed how the wooden flute could be both powerful and eminently musical. Chicago News, 9/00
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IZHAR ELIAS, guitars

'Fantastic musicality, highly developed sense of style, elegance and allure'(Jury of the international Tromp Music Competition, The Netherlands)

'Izhar Elias is the perfect advocate of 19th century repertoire, which now gradually gets the authentic interpretation it deserves'(Holland Festival Early Music)
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JOB TER HAAR, violoncello

Job ter Haar began cello lessons at the age of six and it was soon apparent that he had a special talent for chamber music. He studied at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague with René van Ast, Lidewij Scheifes, and Anner Bijlsma.
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Solamente Naturali

Under the artistic direction of Miloš Valent since the group’s inception, Solamente Naturali is one of the foremost period instrument ensembles in Slovakia. Its repertoire consists of music from the 17th, 18th and early 19th centuries, and the forces used vary from 2 to 40 players – depending on the concert or recording in question – to give performances of duos, trios, quartets, concertos, symphonies, and large-scale vocal and instrumental works.
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Musica Florea

The Musica Florea ensemble was founded in 1992 by the cellist and conductor Marek Štryncl as one of the first serious initiatives in the field of stylistically-informed performance on original instruments in the Czech Republic.
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Viviana Sofronitsky

pianist
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