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Fernando Miguel Jalôto 
- historical keyboard instruments

Miguel is presently the most notorious Portuguese specialist on historical keyboard instruments. Principal continuo player with the Orquestra Barroca Casa da Música (Oporto) under the direction of Laurence Cummings, and guest continuo player with the Gulbenkian Symphony Orchestra and Choir in Lisbon, Miguel frequently performs at important venues in all Europe, Israel, China and Japan, and often collaborates with such prestigious groups as La Galanía, Oltremontano, Vox Luminis, Capilla Flamenca and Bonne Corde, among others. Recent solo recitals include the complete keyboard works by Giovanni Salvatore at Utrecht's Oude Muziek Festival; suites by Froberger, Bach and Handel at Casa da Música (Porto) and D. Scarlatti and Seixas sonatas at the Spanish Royal Palaces of Aranjuez and La Granja de San Ildefonso. As soloist, chamber and orchestral musician, Miguel recorded for Ramée, Harmonia Mundi, Glossa Music, Veterum Musica, Anima & Corpo, Brilliant, Dynamic and Parati. Miguel has Master Diplomas from the Royal Conservatory at The Hague (The Netherlands) and the Aveiro University (Portugal), where he studied with Jacques Ogg, and currently follows a PhD Diploma in Historical Musicology at Universidade Nova (Lisbon).

joana
Joana Amorim
- traverso & recorder

Joana is Portugal's most versatile and requested historical flautist, playing regularly several traversos from the 16th to the early 19th century, as well as the recorder. Her interest in Indian music and culture led her to study bansuri as well. She's a founding member of Ludovice Ensemble, and regularly performs with Divino Sospiro, Segréis de Lisboa, Udite Amanti, and other historical ensembles, as well as orchestras such as Filarmonia das Beiras, having worked under the direction of Harry Christophers, Howard Hazel, Christian Curnyn, Philippe Pierlot, Enrico Onofri, Masaaki Suzuki, António Vassalo Lourenço and Vasco Negreiros, among others. Her pedagogical activity, which includes teaching recorder and traverso at Lisbon National Conservatory, led her to publish a recorder method, and to create several children's shows, in partnership with harpsichordist Joana Bagulho and actor Pedro Oliveira. Joana graduated in traverso with Barthold Kuijken at The Hague Royal Conservatory (The Netherlands) and with Linde Brunmayer at the Hochschule für Musik in Trossingen (Germany); and in recorder at the Lisbon National Conservatory, and at The Hague, with Ricardo Kanji. Joana also owns a Master Diploma with Marc Hantaï at Aveiro University (Portugal).

Our Fondamento
Sofia Diniz - viola da gamba
Diana Vinagre - baroque cello
Marta Vicente - baroque double bass & violone
Josep Maria Martí -  theorbo & guitar

Our Favoriti
Eduarda Melo, Orlanda Velez Isidro, Mónica Monteiro, Joana Seara - soprano
Iris Oja - alto
Fernando Guimarães, André Lacerda, João Rodrigues - tenor
Hugo Oliveira - baritone

Our Petit Chœur
Pedro Lopes e Castro - baroque oboes and recorders
Lilia Slavny, Huw Daniel, Luca Giardini, Jacek Kurzydło, Patrizio Germone, Sara de Corso, Sabine Stoffer - baroque violin 
Miriam Martins, Adriana Alcaide, César Nogueira - baroque violin & viola
Raquel Massadas - baroque viola
Rebecca Rosen, Julien Hainsworth, Judith-Maria Blomsterberg - baroque cello & basse de violon

Our Grand Chœur/Concerto Grosso
Sachiyo Hayashi, Marta Gonçalves, Marcello Gatti, Annie Laflamme, Joan Bosch - traverso
Doret Florentin - recorders
Andreia Carvalho - baroque oboes
Rodrigo Calveyra, Tiago Simas Freire, Manuel Pascoal - cornetti & recorders
Keal Couper, Hélder Rodrigues, António Santos - sackbuts
José Rodrigues Gomes - baroque bassoon, dulcian & recorders
Mélodie Michel - baroque bassoon
Bruno Fernandes, Thibaud Robinne, Stephen Mason - baroque trumpet
Paulo Guerreiro, Laurent Rossi - natural horn
Reyes Gallardo, Sérgio Suárez, Varoujan Doneyan, Flávio Aldo, António Almela, Raquel Aranha, Bárbara Barros, Bojan Čičić, Tomoe Badiarova, Katya Polin, Iskrena Yordanova, Denys Stetsenko - baroque violin
Iñigo Aranzasti, Kayo Saito, Álvaro Pinto, Tera Shimizu - baroque violin and viola
Manuel Costa, Lúcio Studer - baroque viola
Nicholas Milne, Thomas Baeté, Romina Lischka, Takeshi Sudo - viola da gamba
Ania Katyńska, Marta Vila - baroque violoncello
Benoît Vanden Bemden, Joshua Cheatham, Duncan Fox - baroque double bass & violone
Miguel Henry, Jesús Férnandez Baéna, Manuel Minguillón, Maria Ferré, Daniel Zapico, Pablo Zapico, Tiago Matias, Vinicius Perez - theorbo, archlute, baroque guitar, cittern & vihuela
Manuel Vilas Rodríguez, Sara Águeda, Ellen Schaffraet - triple harp
Raphaël Collignon - harpsichord
Rui Silva, Baltazar Molina, Rui Sul Gomes - kettledrums & historical percussions

Our Capella
Patrycja Gabrel, Eva Braga Simões, Mariana Moldão, Mónica Santos, Marisa Figueira, Maria José Conceição - soprano
Wiebke Wighardt, Ana Ferro, Luísa Tavares, Inês Madeira, Joana Nascimento, Nélia Gonçalves, M. Fátima Nunes, Manon Marques, Brígida Silva - alto
Marco Alves dos Santos, Carlos Monteiro, Luís Toscano, Rui Aleixo, João Custódio, Frederico Projecto, Pedro Rodrigues - tenor
Tiago Daniel Mota, Tiago Matos, André Henriques, Armando Possante, Carlos Pedro Santos - baritone & bass

Our Virtuosi
Enrico Onofri - baroque violin & director
Ana Quintans, María Hinojosa Montenegro, Raquel Andueza, Monica Mauch, Marie Lys, Eugénie Warnier, Zsuzsi Tóth, Keren Motseri, Hilde Van Ruymbeke - soprano
Carlo Vìstoli, Pascal Bertin, David Feldman - countertenor
Jan Van Elsacker - tenor
Romain Bockler - baritone
Olivier Collin, Catarina Costa e Silva/La Portingaloise, Diana Campó, Akiko Veux - historical dance
Jean-Denis Monory, Louise Moaty - acting, miming, stage direction

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