zondag 19 april 2015


CONCERT “Franse Allure”



Inês d’Avena – recorder

Sara DeCorso – baroque violin

Rebecca Rosen – baroque cello

Claudio Barduco Ribeiro – harpsichord

COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag kamermuziekconcert

met werken van Nederlandse en Franse barokcomponisten

Aanvang 16.00 uur – inloop vanaf 15.30 uur

Toegang vrij, met collecte na afloop concert

Program concert “Franse Allure”


Servaas de Konink (Dendermonde, 1653 – Amsterdam, 1703)

uit Suite in C-Groot

Ouverture – Air – Plainte – Rigaudon I & II


Charles Dieupart (na 1667 – Londen?, c.1740)

uit Suitte nr. 3 in b-klein

Ouverture – Allemande – Menuet Serieux – Gigue


Quirinus van Blankenburg (Gouda, 1654 – Den Haag, 1739)



Johann Adam Reincken (Deventer, ged. 1643 – Hamburg, 1722)

Suite in g-klein

Allemande – Courante – Sarabande – Gigue


Hendrik Anders (Oberweissbach, Thüringen, 1657 – Amsterdam, 1714)

uit Trioos, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Gighe, opus 1

Ouverture, Air, Courante, Gavotte, Bourée


Jean-Baptiste Lully (Florence, 1632 – Parijs, 1687)

Suite uit Armide, Thesée & Le Triomphe de l’Amour



Collegium Musicum Den Haag

Inês d’Avena – recorder

Sara DeCorso – baroque violin

Rebecca Rosen – baroque cello

Claudio Barduco Ribeiro – harpsichord



Born in 1983 in Rio de Janeiro, recorder player Inês d’Avena moved to The Netherlands in 2001 to specialize in Early Music at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, studying with Reine‑Marie Verha­gen, Sébastien Marq and also Peter van Heyghen. In 2007 she successfully concluded her conservatory studies, having obtained Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees as well as a teaching diploma. Since September 2010, Inês is a PhD docARTES promovendus, working towards a Doctorate from the Leiden University / Orpheus Institute Gent, with research on the recorder in Baroque Naples. Inês has performed as soloist and in chamber and orchestral formations throughout Europe and Brazil, with ensembles such as the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra. In 2006, she co‑founded baroque orchestra COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag, recording two CDs for the ORF label. In 2010, Inês was the winner of the II International Competition Prince Francesco Maria Ruspoli and the year after, her duo LOTUS with Claudio Ribeiro won the 2nd prize at the prestigious Premio Bonporti. In 2011 Inês created La Cicala, an ensemble dedicated to the research and performance of Neapolitan Baroque Music. She is also reviewer for Early Music America Magazine and has had an article published at JAMIS.


Violinist Sara DeCorso is dedicated to the exploration of musical styles ranging from early baroque to the music of today.
She began her musical studies in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska with Dr. Kathleen Butler-Hopkins, received her Bachelor’s degree from the Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio as a student of Marilyn McDonald, and completed her Master’s and Doctoral degrees at Stony Brook University in New York under the tutelage of Mitchell Stern.
After having worked with early music specialists such as Arthur Haas, Phoebe Carrai, and Manfred Kraemer, she sought to more fully immerse herself in historical performance, and in 2002 was awarded a grant from the Frank Huntington Beebe Fund of Boston to pursue baroque violin studies with Enrico Gatti at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in Den Haag. Since that time she worked with a variety of period instrument orchestras and chamber ensembles, including Van Swieten Society, Musica ad Rhenum, B’Rock, Anima Eterna, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Apollo Ensemble, New Dutch Academy, and Collegium Musicum Den Haag.


Rebecca Rosen began learning cello at the age of 9 in Los Angeles.  In 2000, after she graduated summa cum laude from the University of California Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music theory, she began studying baroque cello with Elisabeth LeGuin.  Her education was broadened through masterclasses with Phoebe Carrai and Sarah Cunningham.
In 2002, Rebecca was awarded the J. William Fulbright grant to study baroque cello with Jaap ter Linden at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Netherlands.  There she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in early music performance.
She is a member of B’Rock Baroque Orchestra Ghent, Capriccio Stravagante, Les Passions de l’Âme, the Eliot String Quartet, Ensemble Bonne Corde and the orchestra of which she is co-founder, Collegium Musicum Den Haag.  In addition, Rebecca performs with such distinguished ensembles as Les Ambassadeurs, Pygmalion, Les Musiciens du Louvre, La Scintilla (with Cecilia Bartoli), New Dutch Academy and Al Ayre Español.


Claudio Barduco Ribeiro was born in São Paulo in 1976. He has a Bachelor degree in conducting from the State University of Campinas where he also studied harpsichord with Edmundo Hora, and a second Bachelor and a Master degrees on Early Music from the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, as student of harpsichordist Jacques Ogg. His musical formation was enriched by numerous masterclasses and courses in South America and Europe, studying a wide range of musical subjects: conducting, composition, piano, baroque violin, organ and harpsichord.
Claudio is a founding member and director of COLLEGIUM MUSICUM Den Haag (The Netherlands) and Companhia de Música (Brazil), is a member of LOTUS and Música Temprana, and collaborates with recorder duo Schifanoia. With LOTUS he won the 2nd prize at the prestigious Premio Bonporti in 2011. Claudio is regularly invited to give masterclasses and perform in the most prestigious Early Music Festivals in Brazil and is guest teacher and accompanist at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.