...j'aime beaucoup mieux ce qui me touche que ce qui me surprend...

- F. Couperin

 Ludovice Ensemble is a Portuguese early music group, based in Lisbon, that focuses on the research and historical performance of Baroque chamber music on original instruments.

"This small world, codified, gallant and domestic hides an enchantment that the young Portuguese ensemble impeccably reveals. Pulp, sweetness, light, all the essential qualities already leave nothing to be desired." 

Ivan A. Alexandre in Diapason - 05/2012

Ludovice Ensemble is a Portuguese Early Music group, based in Lisbon. Fernando Miguel Jalôto and Joana Amorim created the ensemble in 2004 and it has since become a reference point in the Portuguese Early Music scene, being known for the high quality of its performances, the coherence of its artistic projects, and the novelty of its programs and proposals, which combine creativity, a passionate approach to the repertoire, and a historically informed interpretation. A very special attention is given to unknown works, and the regular modern première of hidden Portuguese, French, German, English and Italian treasures is part of the ensemble's strategy. The group regularly invites some of the best Portuguese performers and often collaborates with foreign artists of exceptional quality - musicians but also actors, mimes and dancers.

Agenda 2021

March 25th.Festival Internacional de Música Religiosa de Guimarães - Guimarães, Portugal - LE

May 20th.Festival Polyphony in Portugal - Elvas, Portugal - FMJ - ADIADO

June 3rd.Círculo de las Artes de Lugo - Lugo, Spain - LE

June 12th.Patrimonio Nacional - Palácio Real de la Granja de San Ildefonso, Casa de las Flores - Segovia, Spain - LE

August 08th.Festival Internacional de Música de Marvão - Marvão, Portugal - LE

October 16th.Festival Internacional de Música Antigua de Aranjuez - Aranjuez, Spain

"Ludovice Ensemble is an excellent Portuguese chamber music group which has given repeated examples of an incredible mastery of French baroque music. [...] no less commendable is her [Joana Amorim] melodic sense; Jalôto needs less presentation, because - both as a soloist and continuist - we are before one of the most outstanding harpsichordists of the moment."

Enrique Velasco in Scherzo - 05/2020

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