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Summer concert in Ringkøbing Church: Duo Bragi & Lars Colding Wolf

Experience beautiful and swinging baroque music with the recorder players in Duo Bragi and Lars Colding Wolf on harpsichord. The concert features trio sonatas with German Baroque music by Telemann, Bach and others, as well as duets and solo pieces.

Duo Bragi consists of the two classical recorder players Stine Benjaminsen (from Ringkøbing) and Sveinrún Eymundsdóttir (from Iceland). They met at the Royal Danish Academy of Music, where they both studied with Nikolaj Ronimus. Duo Bragi has played together since 2013 and together they have built a strong chamber music expression.
They have played concerts in Denmark, Germany, Iceland and the Faroe Islands, including their concert ‘Havklange’ - a holistic experience where early music, new compositions, and poetic improvisations are intertwined, curiously exploring the cohesion of music across time.

Lars Colding Wolf trained as an organist and harpsichordist at the conservatories in Aalborg (1989-95), Odense and Malmö, making his harpsichord debut in 2002 after studying with Lars Ulrik Mortensen. He is organist at Sct. Catharina Church in Hjørring and teaches organ, harpsichord and chamber music at the Royal Academy of Music in Jutland.
Lars Colding Wolf was one of the founders of Ensemble Zimmermann in 2001 and is today its permanent harpsichordist and musical director. As a playing conductor, he has performed Handel's Messiah, Bach's Christmas Oratorio and St John Passion as well as countless cantatas and instrumental concertos. He has also performed concert versions of Handel's opera ‘Acis & Galatea’, Henry Purcell's ‘King Arthur’ and most recently Pergolesi's La serva padrona with singers who have immersed themselves in early music. His work with early music was recognised in 2012 with the Julie Friisholm Memorial Grant.

The event takes place on 13 August at 17:00

Admission: DKK 100 (young people under 25 years free).