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Trio Van Hengel  


Trio Van Hengel  TRIO VAN HENGEL was founded in 2001 and consists of clarinettist Nicole van Bruggen, fortepianist Anneke Veenhoff and cellist Thomas Pitt. The ensemble has committed itself intensively to rediscovering and performing repertoire from the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century. In its founding year, Trio Van Hengel was awarded three prizes in the International Van Wassenaer Competition and following this flying start has performed throughout Europe with a number of prominent concerts, including at the Holland Early Music Festival in Utrecht. Alongside their performances as trio, all three musicians have their own solo careers and have performed solo concertos in prestigious concert halls such as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Vredenburg Utrecht and De Doelen in Rotterdam. They are members of some of the leading period instrument orchestras and opera companies and are active chamber musicians in a variety of ensembles. In 2006, the trio released its debut CD entitled: Anton Eberl, Grande Sonate and in 2010 they released Mozart, Phantasia, both with Ramée.
Anton Eberl, Grand Sextetto

Anton Eberl
Grand Sextetto

Trio Van Hengel & guests:
Alida Schat, violin
Vappu Helasvuo, alto
Bart Aerbeydt, horn


Catalogue No.: RAM 1103
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Woflgang Amadeus Mozart, Phantasia

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Phantasia

Music for basset clarinet, viola and fortepiano

Nicole van Bruggen, clarinet and basset clarinet
Anneke Veenhoff, fortepiano
Jane Rogers, viola

 


Catalogue No.: RAM 1002    >>BUY THIS CD

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Anton Eberl, Grande Sonate

Anton Eberl
Grande Sonate

Chamber music for fortepiano, clarinet and violoncello



Trio Van Bruggen — Van Hengel — Veenhoff

Le Monde de la Musique, 4 étoiles

Luister 10


Catalogue No.: RAM 0601
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