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Infusion Baroque

ensemble baroque

Alexa Raine-Wright, flûte et flûte à bec baroque
Sallynee Amawat, violon baroque
Andrea Stewart, violoncelle baroque
Rona Nadler, clavecin
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À propos d'Infusion Baroque

Infusion Baroque draws new audiences to early music through a truly captivating concert experience, deftly combining seasoned musicianship with theatrical elements. Playing music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries on historical instruments, the four women of Infusion Baroque enthrall audiences across North America with their creative and interactive programming. 

The ensemble is known for its unique touring programs including the interactive murder-mystery soirée “Who Killed Leclair” with actor Mike Fan; the intercultural collaboration “East is East” with Amir Amiri (santur), Hamin Honari (tombak and daf), and Vidita Kannicks (soprano); and the tour-de-force “Virtuosa” devoted to the stories of remarkable women musicians of the Baroque era.

Infusion Baroque performs with “polish, energy, and finely-honed style… merrily breaking established traditions” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). Their 2019 recording of newly discovered quintets by G.A. Kreüsser was nominated for an Opus Prize by the Conseil Québecois de musique, and was praised as “superb… combining spontaneity and abandon with technical perfection” (Fanfare). The ensemble’s debut recording of trio sonatas by C.P.E. Bach was described as “real baroque … gripping and full of character” (Radio-Canada). Since 2017, Infusion Baroque has been exploring the lives of historical women performers through The Virtuosa Project, including concerts, a web video series, and an upcoming recording and documentary.

Infusion Baroque attire de nouveaux publics à la musique ancienne grâce à une expérience de concert vraiment captivante, combinant adroitement la musicalité chevronnée avec des éléments théâtraux. Jouant de la musique des XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles sur des instruments historiques, les quatre femmes d'Infusion Baroque fascinent les auditoires à travers l'Amérique du Nord avec leur programmation créative et interactive. 

L'ensemble est connu pour ses programmes de tournée uniques, notamment la soirée interactive meurtre-mystère "Qui a tué Leclair" avec l'acteur Mike Fan ; la collaboration interculturelle "East is East" avec Amir Amiri (santur), Hamin Honari (tombak et daf) et Vidita Kannicks (soprano) ; et le tour de force "Virtuosa" consacré aux histoires de femmes musiciennes remarquables de l'ère baroque.