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Symposium für Historischen Tanz
Burg Rothenfels am Main

Our music ensemble 2022

A special highlight of the symposium is the conference's own music ensemble, which we have newly assembled for the 2022 symposium. It accompanies workshops, short performances, dance evenings and the festive ball. The ensemble thus enables the presentation of previously unpublished, unrecorded material, advises on musical issues and contributes significantly to the success of the various contributions with its lively interpretation.

Music ensemble "TripleTime

Under this title, four musicians from several nations have come together who have already made a name for themselves in various ensembles in the field of early music and historically informed performance practice. Thanks to their great stylistic flexibility, they are very much at home in the music of three centuries, from the early 17th to the 19th century. All musicians have also been active in the field of historical dance for a long time and thus form the ideal line-up to accompany the various workshops and dance evenings of the symposium with verve and sensitivity, whether in branles, courantes, allemands, country dances, cotillions or quadrilles. When they finally play for us to dance at the festive ball on Saturday evening, hardly anyone will remain sitting still...

 

Darina Ablogina, flute and transverse flute

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Darina Ablogina is a graduate of the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, where she studied modern flute and historical performance practice in the class of Olga Ivusheikhova, and the University of Tromsø (Norway), where she studied with Paul Wahlberg. She then continued her studies on the transverse flute with Serge Saitta at the Conservatoire de Musique in Geneva (Switzerland). She has won prizes at numerous international competitions in Bulgaria and the Baltic States. She participated in master classes under such teachers as Benedek Csalog, Hans-Joachim Fuss, Barthold Kuijken, Andras Adorjan and Oleg Khudyakov.
She also joined the Studio of New Music, founded by Prof. V.G. Tarnopolski and conductor I.A. Dronov. Since 2016 she has been studying at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in the class of Marc Hantaï. Darina regularly performs concerts at the Moscow Philharmonic Society and the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts.
As a soloist, as well as a chamber and orchestral musician, Darina has played with the Studio of New Music Moscow and the Kymatic Ensemble for Contemporary Music, among others. As a flutist, she is dedicated to music from the 16th to the 21st century.
Darina studied baroque and renaissance dance in Russia and at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Veronique Daniels and Barbara Leitherer. Currently she participates as a dancer and musician in the project "Les soirees amusantes" in Basel.

 

Karin Feneberg, harpsichord and piano

Karin Feneberg Kultwoche aus3

Karin Feneberg studied harpsichord, recorder and piano at the Richard Strauss Conservatory in Munich. Since then she has played in various ensembles, in which she has devoted herself to the whole range of early music from the Middle Ages to the Romantic period. As a dance musician she worked for many years with Lenchen Busch, Walter Waidosch, Markus Lehner and Beate Knobloch. A few years ago she founded the ensemble Playford's Pleasure, which specializes in accompanying 18th and early 19th century dance. She provides downloads of dance music at www.playfords-pleasure.de.
In addition, she is active as an instrumental teacher and as a church musician.
Since her student days Karin Feneberg has also practiced historical dance herself, among others with Lenchen Busch, Lieven Baert, Deda Cristina Colonna, Markus Lehner. She taught historical dance at the University of Music and Theatre in Munich, as well as in numerous courses and workshops for children, young people and adults.
Karin Feneberg is an organizer for the ensemble TripleTime.

 

Mojca Gal, violin and baroque violin

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Mojca Gal (Slovenia) studied violin at the Music Academy Ljubljana, Hochschule der Künste Bern and Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Amandine Beyer, violin in ALter Mensur). She lives in Basel and works as a freelance musician. Among others she plays regularly with the ensembles Arabesque, Freitagsakademie Bern, Grenzklang and Ad Fontes. With the latter they also organize their own concert series in Basel. Her CD with violin sonatas for violin 'in skordatura' from the 17th century was released by ZKP Slovenia. In 2020 the CD with the ensemble Ad Fontes "Pregon del cantante vagabundo " was released by ARS Production.
www.mojcagal.com

 

 

 

Konstanze Waidosch, viola da gamba and cello

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Konstanze Waidosch, born in 1991 in Lower Bavaria, discovered historical performance practice for herself early on, alongside her studies of modern cello. Thus, since 2006, she has regularly attended international courses and master classes for the interpretation of late medieval, renaissance and baroque music and historical dance with Lieven Bart, Bernd Niedecken, Jadwiga Nowaczek and Hubert Hazebroucq.

Konstanze studied baroque cello at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen and at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam with Prof. Viola de Hoog and is currently completing her master's degree in viola da gamba with Prof. Hille Perl and Frauke Hess in Bremen. She has performed with international ensembles and orchestras such as Academia Montis Regalis, Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, Göttinger Barockorchester, Bremer Barockorchester, Concerto Bremen and the VOX Orchestra. Furthermore, she is a scholarship holder of the German Music Competition 2019 and prize winner of the Biagio Marini Competition with her ensemble Marsyas Baroque. https://konstanze-waidosch.de (Photo: Foppe Shut)