"Light and Shadow; Color; Consonance and Dissonance; Poetry; Spice; Energy: the bonds that give Harmonie Universelle its unique shape. This fascinating ensemble is known for its artistic vision and fresh approach to the vast repertoire of chamber music originating from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Its distinctive style and highly developed musicianship engage the listener, inviting him on a journey into the myriad of human emotions that, alongside musical rhetoric, are the living breath of the music of this period. ...
Harmonie Universelle is formed by musicians from Western Europe and the Americas. Its director, German-born Florian Deuter brings his wealth of experience to the group to bind the array of cultures and temperaments that manifest the voice of the ensemble. Alongside are Mónica Waisman, Argentine violinist; David Glidden, Canadian violist and violinist; the continuo group is constituted by the French harpsichordist Philippe Grisvard and the Hungarian cellist Balázs Máté."
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