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Guide to Concerto Copenhagen

Concerto Copenhagen is to the World of Classical Music what a box of Veuve Clicquot Brut is to an already fine party: while based on traditions, it brings the whole thing to a sparkingly different level.
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An occasionally brilliant Don Giovanni at the Royal Danish Opera

Don Giovanni (Royal Danish Opera) © Miklos Szabo
Malin Hartelius and Palle Knudsen electrify an otherwise competent Don Giovanni in Copenhagen.
***11
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CoCo und Couleur in Magdeburg

Lars Ulrik Mortensen © Viktoria Kühne
Concerto Copenhagen bot drei Geschmäcker, drei Instrumente im Mittelpunkt und vor allem eine unterhaltsame, feine und derbe Telemann-Sause.
****1
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Jordi Savall in seinen Elementen

Jordi Savall © David Ignaszewski
Jubilar und Gäste bekamen mit dem so verlässlichen wie enthusiastischen Concerto Copenhagen ein tolles Geschenk präsentiert.
****1
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Conductor Magnus Fryklund rehearsing with Concerto Copenhagen © Rie Neuchs
Conductor Magnus Fryklund rehearsing with Concerto Copenhagen
© Rie Neuchs
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CopenhagenLe nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)

Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
Alexis Kossenko; Elisa Kragerup; Royal Danish Opera; Steffen Aarfing; Concerto Copenhagen; Royal Danish Opera Chorus

CopenhagenViennese Classic

Hartmann, Salomon, Haydn, Mozart
Concerto Copenhagen; Lars Ulrik Mortensen

ZinnowitzConcert in Zinnowitz

Weckmann, Meder, Bruhns, Tunder, Buxtehude, Förster, Albrici, Geist
Concerto Copenhagen; Lars Ulrik Mortensen; Jakob Bloch Jespersen
Concerto Copenhagen with Jordi Savall in the Kölner Philharmonie, November 2016 © Mathias Løvgreen Bojesen
Concerto Copenhagen with Jordi Savall in the Kölner Philharmonie, November 2016
© Mathias Løvgreen Bojesen
Interview with Lars Ulrik Mortensen

Great Danes: Concerto Copenhagen reaches 25

Concerto Copenhagen and Lars Ulrik Mortensen © ts photo
2016 sees the 25th anniversary of Danish period instrument ensemble Concerto Copenhagen. Lars Ulrik Mortensen, who has led the ensemble from 1999, reflects on how the ensemble has gone from strength to strength.