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Ensemble Instrumental et Vocal des Heures Romantiques

The Ensemble Vocal des Heures Romantiques consists of five sopranos, Hélène Courtois, Isabelle Debauve, Anne-Lise Faucon, Marlène Guichard and Elisabeth Liebrand, with six altos, Géraldine Chauvet, Marie-George Monet, Maryse Pires da Silva, Anna Robert, Leonore van Sloten and Wieke van Wingerden. The male voices of the ensemble include the tenors Johnny Esteban, Gregory Finch, Guillaume François, Joon Hwan Park and Ludovic Redon, with the basses Luc Baetens, Kobe Baeyens, Olivier Berten, Edwin Crossley-Mercer, Sébastien Oumi and Jean-François Rouchon.

The Ensemble Instrumental comprises the first violin Anneliese van Beest, a graduate of Utrecht Conservatoire and Chicago University, with the young Czech violinist Roman Patocka, winner of various prizes at home and abroad, as second violin. The viola player of the ensemble is Anne Huser, a graduate of Utrecht Conservatoire and competition laureate, with the cellist Jan Bastiaan Neven, who studied in Utrecht and in Düsseldorf. They are joined by the Bulgarian double bass player Eugenia Bardarova, who studied in Sofia and then in Amsterdam, and the organist Joseph Breinl, a graduate of his native Munich and subsequently a student at Amsterdam Conservatorium, where he now teaches.

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