Period & Chamber

Il pomo d’oro

Introduction

Founded in 2012 by Gesine Lübben and Giulio d’Alessio, the ensemble Il pomo d’oro unites some of the best young musicians for authentic interpretation on period instruments. They form an ensemble of outstanding quality, combining stylistic knowledge, highest technical skills, and artistic enthusiasm.

Il pomo d’oro currently has two chief conductors: the Italian Riccardo Minasi, who is also a violin soloist, curator of musical editions and a highly sought after teacher of historically informed interpretation, and the young Russian Maxim Emelyanychev, who is also a harpsichord-, fortepiano- and cornetto soloist.

Il pomo d’oro is a regular guest in prestigious concert halls and theatres, such as the Théâtre Royal in Versailles, Wigmore Hall, Theater an der Wien, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, and hosts its own concert season in Venice in collaboration with the Venetian Centre for Baroque Music.


Introduction

Founded in 2012 by Gesine Lübben and Giulio d’Alessio, the ensemble Il pomo d’oro unites some of the best young musicians for authentic interpretation on period instruments. They form an ensemble of outstanding quality, combining stylistic knowledge, highest technical skills, and artistic enthusiasm.

Il pomo d’oro currently has two chief conductors: the Italian Riccardo Minasi, who is also a violin soloist, curator of musical editions and a highly sought after teacher of historically informed interpretation, and the young Russian Maxim Emelyanychev, who is also a harpsichord-, fortepiano- and cornetto soloist.

Il pomo d’oro is a regular guest in prestigious concert halls and theatres, such as the Théâtre Royal in Versailles, Wigmore Hall, Theater an der Wien, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, and hosts its own concert season in Venice in collaboration with the Venetian Centre for Baroque Music.

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