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The English Concert have thrilled audiences across the world ever since our foundation in 1973. In four and a half decades we have been proud to field an ever-evolving, but close-knit, ensemble formed of the best international talent.

On the eve of our 45th Anniversary Season which begins at Queen Elizabeth Hall on 11th October under principal guest director Kristian Bezuidenhout, we are delighted to announce the release of our latest recording featuring many of our principal musicians as soloists.

Harry Bicket director/harpsichord
Nadja Zwiener violin
Tuomo Suni violin
Alfonso Leal del Ojo viola
Joseph Crouch cello
Katharina Spreckelsen oboe


Disc includes:

Dall’Abaco  Concerto à più instrumenti in D major
Porpora       Cello Concerto in G major
Marcello      Oboe Concerto in D minor
Tartini          Violin Concerto in B minor 'Lascia ch’io dica addio’ 
Telemann    Viola Concerto in G major


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