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NYT Uddrag af filmen “Oh Purity in Watching Landscapes” Hvor og Hvornår: Cinemateket viser filmen på fredag d. 12 kl. 19.00 I filmhusets program beskriver de filmen sådan: Som tilhører/betragter kommer man helt ind i en blåtonet anden verden; en … Continue reading
Bjarte Eike and Barokksolistene were happy to receive more great feedback on our playing this summer. On July 26 Ionarts (Washington D.C.) republished Jens F. Laurson’s (first published in Auditorium) review on the CD The Image of Melancholy. He writes … Continue reading
This is a film made on the basis of the recording “The image of melancholy” released for Bis records in 2014. It has received fantastic reviews throughout the world, and is a personal portrait of melancholic music, not belonging to … Continue reading
Monday June 9, Barokksolistene will be playing at Tage alter Musik, Regensburg and thereafter at Encanto Festival in Helsinki on June 10. We will perform the programmes “The Early Joke” and “Alehouse”.
Saturday 24 May was the programme Oh Purity In Watching Landscapes showed on Danish TV, more specifically on DR-K. Until we, hopefully, get the possibility to see the programme streamed by the DR, or maybe even better – broadcasted on Norwegian … Continue reading
TheArtsDesk.com’s David Nice visited Oslo and the Norwegian Opera to see and hear Bjarte Eike and Barokksolistene in Alcina: “…it’s true that I’ve wanted to visit the award-winning Opera House on the harbour since it opened in 2008. But I’ve … Continue reading
Conceived by the baroque violinist Bjarte Eike for his period band Barokksolistene, this programme is his very personal ‘image of melancholy’. As he writes in his liner notes, ‘for me, melancholy is not only synonymous with sadness and despair, it is … Continue reading
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We hope you like the new design on Barokksolistene’s website. It is made by Blunderbuss, who also have made all the rest of BaS’ graphic material.
Barokksolistene together with DR VokalEnsemblet in Monteverdis Vespers in Copenhagen Sept. 23.