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Ensemble Vanitas (Instrumental Ensemble)

Founded: 1995 - Lugano, Switzerland

The Ensemble Vanitas was founded in Lugano in 1995, since several excellent musicians specialised in playing historical instruments had the idea to collaborate and felt at the same time the need to refine their executional praxis of baroque music within the RTSI Chorus activities. Ensemble Vanitasí founder is Diego Fasolis, who has remained its spiritus rector and principal conductor.

The repertoire (as expressed by the clearly "baroque" name of the ensemble) covers mainly the music of the XVII and XVIII centuries.

Depending on the program, the ensemble is formed by a variable number of musicians. Its members have graduated from the major European music schools and appear regularly as soloist in the most important festivals of "antique" music.

 

Source: Martin Pohlís Website (1998)
Contributed by
Aryeh Oron (August 2001)

Diego Fasolis: Short Biography | Coro della Radio Svizzera | I Barocchisti | Ensemble Vanitas
Recordings of Vocal Works:
Part 1 | Part 2 | General Discussions
Individual Recordings:
Motets - D. Fasolis | BWV 232 - D. Fasolis | BWV 244 - D. Fasolis | BWV 245 - D. Fasolis

Recordings of Bach Cantatas & Other Vocal Works

Conductor

As

Works

Diego Fasolis

Orchestra

BWV 21, BWV 225, BWV 243, BWV 245

Links to other Sites

L3 Meeting in Ascona - Concert June 1998 (Martin Pohl)

 

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