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Dorothee Mields, soprano & Boreas Quartett Bremen

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6 October 2024 - 19:00
Music at the Court of Margaret of Austria
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Music at the Court of Margaret of Austria

Dorothee Mields - Soprano
Elisabeth champollion, Julia Fritz, Jin-Ju Baek, Luise Manske - Renaissance Recorders

Johannes Ghiselin (1455 – 1511) Pierre de la Rue (1452 – 1518)
Jacob Obrecht (1457 – 1505)
Pierre de la Rue
Pierre de la Rue
Loyset Compère (1445 – 1518) Anonymous
Antoine Brumel (1460 – 1512) Johannes Ockeghem (ca. 1420 – 1497) Matthaeus Pipelare (1450 – 1415) Pierre de la Rue
Alexander Agricola
Johannes Prioris (1460 – 1514) Johannes Prioris
Pierre de la Rue
Heinrich Isaac (1450-1517)
Ave Maria gracia plena
Fors seulement (instrumental)
Plores gemier crier/Requiem aeternam Requiem (instrumental)
Il viendra le jour désiré
Puisque je suis hors du compte Scaramella fa la galla
Amour m’on fait de desplaisier
James que la (instrumental)
Fors seullement à 3
Fors seullement (instrumental)
Fors seullement
Ave Maria gratia plena
Sonnes muses melodieusement à 3 Deuil et ennuy/Quoniam tribulatio Royne du ciel/Regina celi
Ma bouche rit (instrumental)
La mi la sol
Bright as a bell and angelic: these are the attributes that come to mind when listening to Dorothee Mields' voice. Without much fanfare, she has sung her way into the first rank of European baroque sopranos. She has performed and recorded Bach's cantatas, the Christmas Oratorio and the two great Passions with early music specialists such as Philippe Herreweghe and the Collegium Vocale Gent or the ensembles of the J. S. Bach Foundation under Rudolf Lutz. In addition to Bach, Dorothee Mields is also enthusiastic about other Baroque composers such as Graupner, Telemann, Purcell, Handel, Schütz and Monteverdi, as well as Renaissance music. She has an intensive collaboration with the lautten compagney Berlin, with whom she has presented thematic programs on English baroque music, Monteverdi and music reflecting the events of the war from 1618 to 1918. Dorothee Mields is also involved in contemporary music, for example at the Munich Biennale and with Klangforum Wien.
Since its foundation in 2008, the Boreas Quartet Bremen has dedicated itself to the core repertoire of the recorder quartet: music from the Renaissance and modern times. The ensemble has an instrumentarium of over 40 recorders of various types and sizes, including a twelve-piece Renaissance consort by Peter van der Poel, built from original 16th century instruments.
In 2023, a recording was made with music by Markus Schönewolf and an early baroque ricercar cycle by Alessandro Poglietti. The first CD with Dorothee Mields - BASEVI CODEX (2021) - was awarded the International Classical Music Award (ICMA) in the Early Music category.
Concert tours have taken the Boreas Quartet Bremen to Musikfest Bremen, the MDR Musiksommer, the Boston Early Music Festival and Music Before 1800 New York (USA), Musica Antica Urbino (Italy), Taiwan International Recorder Festival, Concentus Moraviae (Czech Republic) and AMUZ Antwerp (Belgium). The four musicians have been praised in the press for their "mastery of sound" (Saarbrücker Zeitung), their "lively, great expressiveness" (Kreiszeitung Wesermrasch) and their "outstanding technique, perfect intonation and incredible precision in playing together" (Göttinger Tageblatt).
Jin-Ju Baek, Elisabeth Champollion, Julia Fritz and Luise Manske studied recorder with Prof. Han Tol at the Bremen University of the Arts from 2004 to 2009.

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