51 live concert recordings available online for free.

The Utrecht Early Music Festival is making its video catalogue available free of charge. At present 28 concerts can already be viewed. Additional concert recordings will be added to this online catalogue every month. By September a total of 51 concerts will be available. A genuine online Early Music Festival.

Festival director Xavier Vandamme: ‘The festival’s video recordings offer unique world-class content. This is repertoire that is rarely heard: from unknown harpsichord music by Giovanni Maria Trabaci performed by Marco Mencoboni, to motets by Johannes Tinctoris with Le Miroir de Musique.’

In addition, the organization is working on an additional programme for the period during which the cancelled festival was scheduled to take place. Vandamme: ‘We are keeping in touch with our audience, and the music will go on. We are thinking of Scratch projects for amateur singers via Skype, live streams of carillon concerts from the Dom Tower, and radio programming with our media partner AVROTROS. We are currently developing these plans in more detail. We expect to be able to launch the offer in mid-July.’

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Cantar Lontano / Marco Mencoboni
Francesco Durante: Missa per I Morti
Coro Ghislieri / Giulio Prandi & Schola Gregoriana Ghislieri / Renato Cadel
Between church and theatre
Enrico Baiano
Naples, city of keyboards: Pier Domenico Paradisi
Capriola di Gioia / Bart Naessens & Amaryllis Dieltiens
Porpora: Neapolitan & Cosmopolitan
Vox Luminis & Il Gardellino / Peter van Heyghen
Niccolò Jommelli: Requiem
Marco Mencoboni
Naples, city of keyboards: Giovanni Maria Trabaci


Ensemble Odyssee & Raffaella Milanesi
Farina, amodei: serenatas and cantatas
Ensemble Aurora / Enrico Gatti
The violin in Naples: Fiorenza, Marchitelli, Leo
Jean-Marc Aymes
Naples, city of keyboards: Giovanni de Macque
L’Escadron Volant de la Reine
Caresana, Ziani, Scarlatti: Settimana Santa
Eva Saladin, Daniel Rosin & Johannes Keller
The violin in Naples: Cailò and his disciples
Christiano Gaudio
Naples, city of keyboards: Scarlatti and Durante 


Concerto Soave / Jean-Marc Aymes
Passion in premiere: Giovanni Maria Trabaci
Le Miroir de Musique / Baptiste Romain
Tinctoris’ secret consolation
Bart Naessens
Naples, city of keyboards: Alessandro Scarlatti
Marie Lys & Abchordis Ensemble / Andrea Buccarella
Gennaro Manna: Arias in world premiere
Ensemble Castelkorn / Josef Žák
The violin in Naples: Matteis and Guido
Louise Acabo
Naples, city of keyboards: Ascanio Mayone


La Fonte Musica / Michele Pasotti
Da Caserta and Filipotti: dulcedo et subtilitas
Daedalus Ensemble / Roberto Festa
La Moresca: Addio, Daedalus
Andrea Buccarella
Naples, city of keyboards: Gaetano Greco
Giaches De Wert: from Ghent via Naples to the top
Weser-Renaissance Bremen / Manfred Cordes
Giovanni de Macque: madrigalen