musicians -

Tinne Albrectsen

Tinne Albrectsen, baroque violin. Graduated from The Royal Danish Academy of Music on modern violin. She performed among many others with The Danish Chamber Players, and premiered her own silent movie music, (partly improvised at the venue) in Takkelloftet, The Royal Danish Opera. Has since then specialised in early music, studying with artists and capacities such as Francois Fernandez, Arek Golinski, Peter Spissky and Elizabeth Wallfisch, as well as participating in masterclasses in several european countries. She is working freelance with groups and orchestras such as Baroksolistene, Camerata Öresund and Spielgarten.Tinne has also performed as a soloist, with The Royal Danish Boychoir and baroque ensemble, in a premiere by danish composer Svend-Erik Nielsen, as a chamber musician and soloist in Copenhagen Castle Concerts, and was playing and leading Vivaldi's Autumn from the Four Seasons, in the festival Gentofte Baroque Days. Another project has been a concert series of Buxtehude Cantatas. She recently explored the field of improvisation deeper, in the mixture of jazz, free improvisation and baroque violin, performing music by composer and jazzsaxophonist Fredrik Lundin. Currently Tinne is focused on working with her own ensembles Cordial Consort and Les Badines

Winnie Bugge Frandsen, traverso flute. Originally educated on modern flute in Odense, Denmark and London. After a couple of years as assistant flutist in Danish orchestras, in 2009 she realized her dream of changing instrument to the traverso flute. Already in 2011 she finished her diploma exam at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen with the highest possible grade and was same year admitted to the post. grad. in Copenhagen. She now studies with Wilbert Hazelzet. In June 2014 she is going to be the first ever in Denmark to play her debut concert on traverso flute.
Winnie has shown interest in the flute repertoire from Danish or Danish working composers from the period around 1730 - 1780. She has uncovered repertoire at Danish libraries and gathered a trio to perform the sonatas. She is busy as well with a programme for organ and traverso flute celebrating C. Ph. E. Bachs 300 years Birthday in 2014 and is touring Denmark with this programme.
Winnie is playing many passions, oratorios, cantatas etc. throughout Denmark and Sweden, and she is heard as soloist - among others in the famous b-minor suite of J. S. Bach and the e-minor double concerto for recorder and traverso by Telemann. She is heard in chamber music groups and orchestras as La Lumiere du Nord, Ensemble Tramontana, Arte dei Suonatori and of course Les Badines.

Winnie Bugge Frandsen
Hanna Thiel

Hanna Thiel, viol, began her musical education at the University of Arts Bermen in 2008, sudying the Prof. Hille Perl. She achieved her Bachelor of music in 2012. She continues her studies of early music at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen with Susie Napper. She has participated and performed in masterclasses with Jordi Savall, Wieland Kuijen and Marianne Müller.
Hanna workes as freelance musician, and has performed with groups like Concerto Copenhagen, Nordic Network for early Opera, Weser Renaissance Bremen, Sirius Viols, Magnhilds Magnifika Barockensemble, Luna Consort and Östgöta Barock. She has played in festivals such as Copenhagen Renaissance Festival, Höör Barock and Trollhättan tidig musik dagar, in Danish Radio and took reciently part in a CD recording of Buxtehudes Jesu Membra Nostri.
Hanna is also working with own ensembles such as Violette de Nuit, Cordial Consort and Les Badines.
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Marcus Mohlin studied harpsichord with Mayumi Kamata and Ulf Söderberg at Collegium Musicum, a specialization in early music at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden. He has worked with baroque personalities like Alfredo Bernadini, Rachel Podger and Peter Spissky, and he´s regularly engaged by the orchestras Concerto Copenhagen and Drottningholms Baroque Ensemble.
During 2013 Marcus will make 4 CD-Recordings, one of them being Bachs concertos for several harpsichords together with Trevor Pinnock, Lars-Ulrik Mortensen and Concerto Copenhagen. He also recorded the music for the Oscar- and Golden Globe nominated danish movie "the Royal Affair" (2012).
For more information you can visit his webpage
Marcus Mohlin

Dohyo Sol, lutes, baroque guitar
Dohyo has studied the lute at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm, Koninklijk Conservatorium in den Haag and the Royal Danish Academy of Music.
In 2008, Dohyo Sol was musical director for a staged production of Monteverdi´s L´Orfeo, performing in Ystad Operan och Alnarps lantbruksuniversitet and the same year, he won with his duo “Ferrara Lute duo”, the first competition ever held in Sweden devoted entirely to Early Music.
Dohyo Sol is in great demand as a continuo player, in Opera productions and in orchestras, and he has a solo repertoire that ranges from the renaissance to eighteen century.