7 Movements

Johanna Rose opens up new contexts by exploring Bach's cello solo suites for her instrument and juxtaposing them with the inventor of the seventh string, Sainte-Colombe.

"..the best of 21st-century historical performance, deftly traversing historical accuracy and practical expediency."

BBC Music Magazine


"Un Bach deslumbrante con viola da gamba"

In recent years, her personal interest has focused on the study of the music of the Bach family, a dedication that has resulted in the recording of her first solo album: the recording of the three sonatas for viola da gamba by Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach, which was released in October 2017 on the new English label Rubicon Classics and received excellent reviews from the specialized press, including Gramophone magazine ''(....) Johanna Rose draws out every ounce of intimacy and grace, too. These are beautifully sensitive, expressive and musically shaped performances... All in all a really strong solo debut (....)'' On her second album 'Histoires d'un Ánge' - with which she received 3 nominations for the prestigious German classical music award 'Opus Klassik' - Johanna Rose concentrates on the music of probably the best known composer for her instrument, Marin Marais. The album was released in November 2019 on the same label and has received rave reviews from the specialist press, including BBC 3 and Klassik radio Vienna.


Next concerts

21feb20:30- 22:00De Sevilla a Isfahán. Accademia del Piacere & ConstantinopleVancouver, Canada

23feb20:30- 22:00De Sevilla a Isfahán. Accademia del Piacere & ConstantinopleKelowna, Canada

24feb20:30- 22:00De Sevilla a Isfahán. Accademia del Piacere & ConstantinopleEdmonton, Canada

27feb20:30- 22:00Gugurumbé, las raíces negras. Accademia del PiacereMadrid. Auditorio Nacional

15mar20:30- 22:00Músicas Mestizas. Accademia del PiacereLocarno, Switzerland

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