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Mirijam Contzen


Manuela Costa


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Aaron Carpene

Solo-Künstler , Klavier

Born in Perth, Australia, Aaron Edward Carpenè studied at the University of Western Australia and the Conservatory of Music of Venice. In Italy he continued studies in early keyboard technique with the English master Christopher Stembridge, specializing in the repertory for harpsichord and organ in Italy in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries. He subsequently became musical assistant to Alan Curtis, completing his formation in the areas of vocal music, vocal and orchestral accompaniment and conducting. Aaron combines the discipline of filological research with publications, recordings and performance, in projects that begin with the rare manuscript and end on the concert stage, in print or on record. He is active as conductor, soloist and ensemble member. Recent research and performance projects include Alessandro Scarlatti’s Stabat mater and the Concerti Sacri Opera Seconda, Baldassare Galuppi’s sacred motets Confitebor tibi Domine and A rupe ad vallem, Niccolò Jommelli’s intermezzo L’Uccellatrice, the world-premiere recording of Giuseppe Sigismondo’s intermezzo La prosuntuosa delusa, the Italian keyboard works from the Jagiellonian Library of Krakow and Giovanni Bononcini’s Cantatas for Solo voice, instruments and basso continuo. As musical assistant and maestro al cembalo to Alan Curtis, Aaron Edward Carpenè has performed in the recordings and theatre productions of Fernando, Re di Castiglia (Virgin Records, Teatro di San Carlo, Lisbon) by G. F. Handel, Motezuma (Deutsche Gramophon, European tour) by A. Vivaldi, Il ritorno d’Ulisse in Patria (Oslo) by Claudio Monteverdi, Artaserse (Harmonia mundi K617, Barcelona) by D. Terradellas. Aaron Edward Carpenè performs extensively in Europe and abroad as a soloist keyboard interpreter of early music. He has recorded the world premier recording of the keyboard works by Paolo Quagliati for Tactus records. As musical editor he has published the critical edition of the complete organ magnificats by Hans Leo Hassler for the Istituto dell’Organo Storico Italiano. Aaron is Professor of Music Studies at John Cabot University in Rome. He is frequently invited to hold specialist masterclasses in Early Performance Practice and has a special interest in the Middle and Far East as artist-in-residence at the Conservatory of Music in Damascus the Academy of Performing Arts in Hong Kong.

Aaron Carpene