Biography

Musica Florea is a Czech ensemble founded in 1992 by the cellist and conductor Marek Štryncl and performing Baroque music with original instruments, supported by study of period sources and aesthetics.

Musica Florea’s repertoire extends from the early Baroque to music in the Classical style. It includes instrumental chamber music, vocal-instrumental works both sacred and secular, orchestral concertos, and monumental works in the genres of opera and oratorio.

Over the years Musica Florea has appeared in hundreds of concerts in the Czech Republic and throughout the world ( Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Holland, Belgium, Poland, Croatia, Finland, Austria, Estonia, Slovakia, Israel…).

Musica Florea have recorded for Czech Radio the six Brandenburg Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach. The recording is freely available for download from this website: http://www.rozhlas.cz/d-dur/download_eng

Official Website:
http://www.musicaflorea.cz/english/titleen.htm

Edited by Zefrog-nc on 7 Sep 2007, 21:34

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