21, 29 October 2016. 19:30. Debuting in the title role of Handel’s opera Ottone with an exciting cast and Concerto Valiante in The Hague.
18 September 2015, 19:00. A lute song programme with themes from Ancient Greece for the opening of the Archaeological Museum of the island of Kos, Greece. With lutenist Stathis Skandalidis.
Debuting in the title role of Handel’s opera Ottone, two programmes with La Banda Ariosa, collaborating for the first time with opera group The Fat Lady and more. Check out the performances until Christmas in the agenda page! More to come, stay tuned!
Gilbert Isbin is a Belgian composer, improviser, guitarist and lutenist. Isbin’s compositional and performing style defies genre, blending elements of contemporary classical, jazz, early music, world music and improvisation. The new album, featuring songs for countertenor & lute based on poetry of good friends of the composer will be recorded in 2017 with Mattias Pavlous …
22 May 2016, 15:30. Highlights from G.F. Handel’s Opera Ottone with Concerto Valiante in the Geertekerk of Utrecht, The Netherlands.
23, 26 July and 1 August 2016. Reprising the role of Ottone C. Monteverdi’s landmark opera at the Opera de Baugé in France. Stage direction B. Grimmett, Musical direction Yeo Yat-Soon.
8 May 2016, 10:30. Alto soloist in J.S. Bach’s BWV 11, Lobet Gott in seinen Reichen otherwise known as the Ascension Oratorio (Himmelfahrtsoratorium). With ensemble Musica Poetica under the direction of J. Boysen in the Maranathakerk of The Hague.
15, 16 April 2016, 20:15. Alto soloist in two concerts on 15/4 in the Maranathakerk of The Hague and on 16/4 in the Kapelkerk in Alkmaar with ensemble Musica Poetica under the direction of Jörn Boysen.
13 March 2016, 10:30. Cantatedienst in the Maranathakerk of The Hague with ensemble Musica Poetica under the direction of Jörn Boysen.
12 February 2016, 19:30. G.F. Handel’s The Messiah under the direction of Hans van der Toorn. With Aldona Bartink (sop), Mattias Pavlous (alto), Tigran Matinyan (ten), Berend Eijkhout (Bass). Pieterskerk, Leiden. The Netherlands.