November 26, 2017 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Waalse kerk Den Haag
Noordeinde 25
The Hague
After Baroque. Galante Music from Mannheim, Dresden, and Berlin @ Waalse kerk Den Haag

Artist Group: Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester

Join DNMO for a concert of post-Baroque music from between 1730-1780 by composers from Mannheim, Dresden, and Berlin including instrumental and opera music by neglected masters Johann Stamitz, Johann Adolf Hasse, Carl Heinrich Graun, and Johann Baptiste Wendling. Some of this music will be premiered for the first time in more than 250 years at this concert.
Featuring Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester (on period instruments) under the direction of: Anders Muskens, kapellmeister; Beniamino Paginini, vice-kapellmeister.

Admission: €15 general admission, and €5 for students and youth under 25

Soloists: Florencia Gómez, solo traverso; Sandra Pérez, chalumeau; Punto Bawono, theorbo; Minho Jeong; countertenor; Fee Suzanne de Ruiter, soprano; May Kristin Svanholm Hegvold, soprano; Tinka Pypker, soprano.

About the Group
Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester (DNMO) was established in late 2016 in The Hague by fortepianist Anders Muskens and harpsichordist Beniamino Paginini with the aim of recapturing the spirit of music from the period of the original Mannheim Court Orchestra. As an early music ensemble, the DNMO plays on period instruments using historically informed techniques. It is made up of students of the Koninklijk Conservatorium Den Haag and the Conservatorium van Amsterdam. The orchestra is a highly international group, featuring talents from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Mexico, and the United States. The ensemble consists of a main orchestra as well as a Harmoniemusik band, or period wind band.