Intimate conversations from the salons of Paris: the ensemble's second concert evokes the bustling elegance of the French Baroque.

Trio Sonata in G, “La Félicité” (7’)
Les Sauvages (from Pièces à deux violons, Op.8) (4’)
L’Enharmonique (from Troisième livre de pièces de clavecin) (4’)
La Furstemberg (from Pièces à deux violons, Op.8) (6')
F. Couperin:
Trio Sonata, “La Convalescente” (10’)
Trio Sonata in A, Op.4, No.6 (12’)
Cello Concerto in D, Op.26, No.6 (7’)
Trio Sonata in E minor, Op.2, No.1 (10’)
Premier divertissement Op.15 (12’)

Ensemble Diderot

Johannes Pramsohler violin & artistic director
Roldán Bernabé violin
Gulrim Choi cello
Philippe Grisvard harpsichord

Main image: Enesemble Diderot © Alexandre Ah Kye

Johannes Pramsohler and his musicians bring their usual precision, passion and energy to this programme packed with new discoveries

World Premiere Recordings on The Paris Album

The programme draws on Ensemble Diderot’s acclaimed Paris Album to present an exploration of 18th-century French repertoire, “celebrating the newly found freedom at the time when composers started to combine French style with transalpine ardour” (World Premiere Recordings).

Dates & times

  • Book Now