Friday, June 24 at 19:00
Stormen Concert Hall / Store Sal

Opening ceremony and concert: L’Arpeggiata – Alla Napoletana


Céline Scheen – Soprano
Vincenzo Capezzuto – Alto
Anna Dego – teatrodanza
Doron Sherwin – Cornetto (Zink)
Lathika Vithanage – Baroque violin
Josep Maria Marti Duran – Theorbo & Baroque guitar Leonardo Terrugi – Double bass
David Mayoral – Percussion


FRANZ JOSEPH HAYDN (1732-1809) Symphony No. 103 in E-flat („Drumroll“) (1795)

Adagio – Allegro con spirito
Andante più tosto allegretto
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AMADEUS MOZART (1756-1791)
Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat, for violin and orchestra, K. 364 (1779)

Allegro maestoso

Program notes

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Céline Scheen


Céline Scheen is a Belgian soprano whose touring has led her to all the big musical centres of Europe, as well as far as New Zealand and Carnegie Hall in New York.

Although her teenage dream was to be a rock star or sing French Chansons, she attended the subjects of classical concert and opera singing at the conservatory in Mons, as well as flute and voice at the conservatory in Verviers.
She went on to the Brussels Conservatory, the Brüsseler Chapelle musicale Reine Elisabeth and Guildhall School of Music in London, where she made the decision to dedicate her career to Early Music.

The spotlight caught Scheen when she participated in the soundtrack used for the renowned movie “Le Roi Danse” (2000), along with the ensemble Musica Antiqua Köln directed by Reinhard Goebel.

Since then, she has performed in numerous opera productions, among others at the Grand Théâtre du Luxembourg, Théâtre de Caen and Opéra du Rhin, in the role of Thérèse in Poulenc’s „Les mamelles de Tirésias“, Frasquita in Bizet’s „Carmen“, Grilletta in Haydn’s „Lo speziale“, Zerlina in Mozart’s „Don Giovanni“ und Philonoé in Lully’s „Bellérophon“. Under the baton of René Jacobs she performed in the Brussels opera house La Monnaie in Gluck’s „Alceste“, Cavalli’s „Eliogabalo“ and Mozart’s „Die Zauberflöte“.

As a concert singer, she has performed solo parts in works ranging from Bach and Mozart to Fauré and Orff, with ensembles such as Musica Antiqua Köln, Il Fondamento, Ricercar Consort, Cappella Mediterranea, La Fénice, La Cetra Barockorchester Basel, Les Talens Lyriques, L‘Arpegggiata and Le Concert des Nations.

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