Mozart - Concerto for Basset Clarinet, Concert Arias | Etcetera KTC1627

Mozart - Concerto for Basset Clarinet, Concert Arias

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Label: Etcetera

Cat No: KTC1627

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Release Date: 19th October 2018

Contents

Artists

Vlad Weverbergh (basset clarinet)
Coline Dutilleul (mezzo-soprano)
Terra Nova Collective

Conductor

Vlad Weverbergh

Works

Maldere, Pieter Van

Sinfonia in D major, op.5 no.1

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Clarinet Concerto in A major, K622
La clemenza di Tito, K621
» Non piu di fiori vaghe catene
» Parto, parto
Vado, ma dove? oh Dei!, K583

Artists

Vlad Weverbergh (basset clarinet)
Coline Dutilleul (mezzo-soprano)
Terra Nova Collective

Conductor

Vlad Weverbergh

About

Vlad Weverbergh is the founder and artistic director of the Terra Nova Collective who has also specialised in historic clarinets and the modern bass clarinet. He is particularly focused on the rediscovery of forgotten composers and the performance of their works and his recordings include the most important compositions for clarinet, notably Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto, K622, on a historic basset clarinet.

He has also recorded an entire series of trend-setting world premiere recordings that have received praise from both the music press and the public. Vlad Weverbergh has collaborated with international artists of the stature of Frank Braley, Mate Scuzcs, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Vaclav Luks, the Danel Quartet and the Enescu Quartet. He is a regular guest as both soloist and chamber musician with several ensembles in Belgium and abroad; he has also several years’ experience as a recording producer and performer of klezmer music.

He also conducted the world premiere of Missa Maria Assumptae (J.A. Faber) in 2016; the Mass was composed in Antwerp during the Baroque period and contains the earliest known solo for clarinet. This recording received great praise from the international music press, including the prestigious French magazine Diapason.

Recording on period instruments, Terra Nova Collective is a musical research collective based in Antwerp. The ensemble seeks out interesting unknown or forgotten music and breathes new life into it on the concert platform. These works are presented in the concert programme alongside more familiar works of the western musical repertoire. At a Terra Nova concert the audience has the chance to hear a unique musical discovery as well as a familiar masterpiece.

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