Musica Dolce: Baroque and Instrumental Music

From Their Brochure

Musica Dolce, meaning 'sweet music' is a baroque ensemble of professional musicians who are also soloists in their own right. The group formed out of a shared interest in re-creating Baroque music using period instruments. Musica Dolce perform vocal and instrumental music from the 17th and 18th centuries for soprano voice, recorder and oboe, violoncello and harpsichord.

Their popular programmes are based around cantatas written for this combination by Handel, Vivaldi, Telemann and Scarlatti. Programmes also include English songs by Purcell and his contemporaries along with instrumental solos.

Musica Dolce has travelled extensively throughout Great Briatin, performing for festivals, music societies and universities. They have also broadcast live for Classic FM radio and toured in the United States. The originality and freshness of the highly accessible repertoire together with their informative presentation captivates audiences.

The Performers


Redwings Music Management
Linden Chase
East Sussex TN221EE
Contact Ellen Moody.
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Page Last Updated 9 January 2003