Timothy Ridout selected for the BBC New Generation Artists Scheme
14. May 2019
Review and good news about the ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA
10. May 2019
23. January 2019
Ensemble Esperanza nominated for the International Classical Music Awards 2019
26. November 2018
Successful cooperation with ARS Produktion continued
19. October 2018
ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA receives OPUS KLASSIK at prize-ceremony in Berlin
15. October 2018
Debut at Elbphilharmonie Hamburg
13. October 2018
OPUS KLASSIK Preis für Nachwuchsförderung 2018 geht an das ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA!
17. September 2018
Ensemble Esperanza pleases the ears at the 2nd Vaduz Classic Festival
30. August 2018
Looking for talented young artists for our Ensemble!
09. July 2018
Artist reinforcement for the ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA
05. March 2018
ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA releases second CD „Southern Tunes“
02. February 2018
Joyful anticipation of the 8th Festival Next Generation concerts in Bad Ragaz
05. January 2018
Ensemble Esperanza nominated for the International Classical Music Awards
20. November 2017
Follow-up audition for our Ensemble!
20. November 2017
Plenty of enthusiasm for challenges ahead
27. October 2017
Audition for the Ensemble Esperanza
26. September 2017
ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA gives splendid performances at Festival Vaduz Classic 2017
31. August 2017
Warm-up for a top-class musical summer-season
19. June 2017
Chouchane Siranossian and the ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA appreciated by Swiss music magazine „Musik und Theater“
04. May 2017
„A Young Ensemble Conquers Europe“
27. February 2017
First CD of Ensemble Esperanza "Nordic Suites"
03. February 2017
Ensemble Esperanza at the 7th FESTIVAL NEXT GENERATION
02. February 2017
"Special Achievement Award" for the Ensemble Esperanza
19. January 2017

First CD of Ensemble Esperanza "Nordic Suites"

03. February 2017

First CD Nordic Suites released.

With their debut recording, the ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA has embarked on a new challenge for which the venerable form of the suite provides an appropriate setting. The four youthful musical cycles selected here were written during the three decadesleading up to the
First World War,at a time when European art music was dominated by Beethoven and Wagner. Their composers lived and worked on the edges of the Europe, in England and Scandinavia, where they developed highly individual forms of expression away from the musical centres of the continent. At the beginning of the 20th century, these composers were looking for new means of expression beyond the Romantic paradigm; they incorporated current musical trends and developed them with their own colourful language while examining the roots of their own musical traditions.

More information on content and performances can be found in the attached booklet.

The Ensemble performs some smaples from the recording live at the 7th FESTIVAL NEXT GENERATION. More information on CD and purchase options can be found in the menu Media - CDs.