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L'Arpeggiata in a concert in Paris - 12 November 2019

L'Arpeggiata is a European early music group led by Christina Pluhar, and founded by her in 2000. The group has presented both traditional early music and also several collaged and themed performances and recordings.[1][2]

The group focuses on Italian, French and English music from the 17th century. In their music, they often use instrumental improvisations, in which they work together not only with baroque musicians, but also with jazz musicians.

Regular members of the group are:



  1. ^ J. van der Klis Een tuitje in de aardkorst: oude muziek in nederland - 2007 Page 510 "Zo denken ze erover bij L'Arpeggiata', concludeert Roland de Beer naar aanleiding van het tweede concert van het ensemble ... De monter tokkelende Pluhar vermeed afsluitende grondtonen en voegde de nummers zo tot één omelet, samen ..."
  2. ^ New Statesman Volume 138, Nos 4943 4955 - Page 44 2009 "L'Arpeggiata/Christina Pluhar Teatro d'Amore (Virgin Classics) Was Claudio a jazzman? You begin to wonder when you hear Baroque musicians essaying a walking bassline, in a startling but convincing reimagining of Monteverdi's secular "
  3. ^ Revue des deux mondes -2009 Page 185 "Fondatrice d'un groupe d'instruments anciens, L'Arpeggiata, qui a conquis peu à peu le devant de la scène, Christina Pluhar s'est lancée, elle, dans un florilège autour des madrigaux et des airs de Monteverdi. Intitulé Teatro d'amore, son"
  4. ^ Katerina Papadopoulou Κατερίνα Παπαδοπούλου

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