Sprachauswahl

Baroque Music in the Original Sound


Susanna in the Bath
Women’s Power in the Baroque
Cantatas and Sonatas by: Anna Amalia von Preussen (1723 – 1787), Anna Bon di Venezia (1756 – 1791), Elisabeth-Claude Jacquet de la Guerre (ca. 1664 – 1729).
Sabine Kaipainen (mezzo soprano, traverse flute), Tuomas Kaipainen (Baroque oboe, Baroque bassoon) with harpsichord

When Love’s Soft Passion…
Unadulterated Passion and Baroque Virtuosity
Cantatas by Georg Friedrich Händel, Johann Chr. Pepusch, Alessandro Scarlatti.
Sabine Kaipainen (mezzo soprano, recorder), Tuomas Kaipainen (recorder, Baroque oboe) with violoncello and harpsichord

Caro! Bella!
A dizzying voyage through the stations of life and the destiny of modern humanity: youth, love, blind anger, death wishes ... in other words, a miniature opera with music, dance and singing.
Works by:
Georg Friedrich Händel: Opera “Julius Cäsar”
Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto “La notte”
Johann Sebastian Bach: “Weichet nur, betrübte Schatten” (wedding cantata BWV 202)
Sabine Kaipainen: mezzo soprano, traverse flute
Tuomas Kaipainen: Baroque oboe, Baroque bassoon
with string ensemble and harpsichord
(ad libitum): dance and choreography (scenic program)

Pirpana (The Sassy Maiden)
new Finnish music – Baroque music
An exciting encounter with contemporary music:
Claudio Monteverdi (1567 – 1643), Pekka Jalkanen(1945), Marin Marais (1656 – 1728), Jouko Linjama (1934) and others.
Sabine Kaipainen (mezzo soprano, traverse flute), Tuomas Kaipainen (Baroque oboe, oboe, dulcian) with harpsichord and/or organ



Link:
Cluadia Weissbarth:
http://www.claudiaweissbarth.com/