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Reinoud Van Mechelen & a nocte temporis: motetten van Campra en Salomon

Quis ego Domine

French Baroque music suits Reinoud Van Mechelen’s voice to a tee. After his successful three-part series focusing on the star singers of Lully, Rameau and Gluck, our artist in residence presents religious music for chamber settings. You will hear a fine selection from the motet books by André Campra, a priest from Aix-en-Provence who initially excelled at composing religious music and later turned to opera. Other works on the programme include some ‘Pièces en trio’ by Marin Marais and a motet by the little-known master Joseph-François Salomon. Salomon was a viol player and composer who had studied with Mr. de Sainte-Colombe and, like Campra, moved from Aix-en-Provence to Paris to further his career. He also climbed the musical ranks at Versailles and composed for both the church and the opera.


A. Campra: Quis ego Domine | Nunc dimittis servum tuum | Anima ad Deum revertens | Insere Domine pectori meo | J-F. Salomon: Quando veniam | M. Marais: selection from ‘Pièces en trio’


a nocte temporis: Reinoud Van Mechelen, haute-contre & artistic leader| Anna Besson, traverso | Elise Dupont, Ortwin Lowyck, violin | Ronan Kernoa, viol | Simon Linné, theorbo | Marc Meisel, organ 

Sun 10 March 2024

15:00 - AMUZ


Tier 1: € 38 / € 34 | Tier 2: € 34 / € 30 / This concert is also included in season tickets The selection of Reinoud Van Mechelen

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