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Telemann and the Art of Sound at the Athens Baroque Festival

18 September 2020, at 20:30. With Ensemble Diverse & Bizarre at the National Observatory of Athens.

Georg Philipp Telemann is probably the most prolific composer in history and undoubtedly an inexhaustible source of Chamber Music. Among the thousand works he composed, collections such as: Musique de Table, Der harmonische Gottesdienst, Quadri & Nouveaux Quatuors and 6 Moralishe Kantaten stand out.

Ensemble Diverse and Bizarre and countertenor Mattias Pavlous intend to highlight compositions which are natural in melody, bold in harmonies, lively in rhythm, and beautifully orchestrated. Profound or witty, serious, or light, Telemann’s works never lacked quality or variety.

Mattias Pavlous, countertenor

Ensemble Diverse and Bizarre

Anastasia Miliori, baroque violin
Kira Saplachidou, transverse flute
Stella Nikolaidi, baroque oboe
Fabiola Ojeda, baroque cello
Sevastianos Motorinos, harpsichord

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