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55 minutes | Oct 4, 2021
Opening Stage Doors with James Armstrong
Recipient of the Brandenburg’s Young Mentorship Program, fine young violinist James Armstrong joins Hugh Ronzani for Baroque Now, online, to discuss the exciting projects and concerts he has been involved in since his last year of high school, and his recent Austrian musical experiences culminating with the Vienna Philharmonic Ball.
51 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
Learning Baroque & Bach with Jonas Zschenderlein
For this captivating episode of Baroque Now, the Brandenburg’s Hugh Ronzani is in conversation with a rising star of the Baroque music world, Jonas Zschenderlein. Join them to learn more about Jonas’ own musical journey so far and some of his greatest inspirations: Corelli, Westhoff, and Bach.
49 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
The Hague, Rhetoric and Corelli with Matthew Greco
Join two old friends for more Baroque Now, as Hugh Ronzani shares the microphone with his Sydney Conservatorium chum and brilliant Baroque violinist Matthew Greco to talk about The Hague, rhetoric, and lessons we can all learn from Arcangelo Corelli.
29 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Growing up Baroque with Mikaela Oberg
Listen to the latest episode of Baroque Now where Hugh Ronzani is joined by Baroque flute and recorder player Mikaela Oberg to talk about some of her greatest influences and sources of inspiration: Hotteterre, Quantz, Telemann, and her very musical parents!
45 minutes | May 20, 2021
Baroque Performance Practices with Ben Dollman
For the seventh episode of Baroque Now, the Brandenburg's Hugh Ronzani and Principal Second Baroque Violin Ben Dollman chat about divisions and the fundamentals of Baroque performance practice.
31 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Baroque Viola, Tuning and Pitch with Marianne Yeomans
For the sixth episode of Baroque Now, the Brandenburg’s Hugh Ronzani and Baroque violist Marianne Yeomans discuss tuning, perfect pitch, and one of JS Bach’s favourite instruments to play.
40 minutes | Sep 12, 2020
The Polyphonic Violin with Rafael Font
In the fifth episode of Baroque Now the Brandenburg’s Hugh Ronzani and Baroque violinist Rafael Font delve into the differences between modern and Baroque violins, performance spaces, and the origins of polyphonic writing for the solo violin.
31 minutes | Aug 28, 2020
Demystifying Basso Continuo with Tommie Andersson
For the fourth episode of our new podcast, Baroque Now, the Brandenburg’s Hugh Ronzani talks about tablature, figures and everything basso continuo with Principal Theorbo/Baroque Guitar Tommie Andersson.
39 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
Flutes and Dancing Masters with Melissa Farrow
In the third episode of our new podcast, Baroque Now, Hugh Ronzani is joined by Principal Baroque Flute/Recorder Melissa Farrow to talk about her performance of the final movement from JS Bach’s Partita in A minor, but also concert programming, dancing masters, and her many, many instruments.
36 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
Music and our Mental State with Anthea Cottee
In the second episode of Baroque Now, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's Hugh Ronzani speaks to Baroque cellist Anthea Cottee about her instruments, reading Bach's manuscripts and the crossover between the worlds of music and psychology.Recording & editing by Hugh Ronzani, featuring excerpts of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in live performance.
28 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
All About Bach with Paul Dyer
Dive into the world of Johann Sebastian Bach! In the first episode of Baroque Now, the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra's Hugh Ronzani speaks to Artistic Director Paul Dyer about the seminal composer's life and work, and his importance to the Orchestra's digital platform, Brandenburg One.Recording & editing by Hugh Ronzani, featuring excerpts of the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in live performance.
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