Classic ensemble, classic ladies trio
“We are very satisfied with the contribution of Divertimento at our party! The ladies were very friendly, they discussed the repertoire with us in advance, beautiful pieces of music and performed very well. Our party, just what we had in mind!
Thank you very much! Sincerely, “
Classical ensemble Divertimento is a ladies trio, expandable to quartet. This ensemble plays well-known light classical pieces and accessible salon music. Ideally suited as background music during a stylish reception or chic dinner, but can also be as a concert. The line-up of this cheerful ‘light classical’ music trio is piano, cello and violin. It’s also possible to expand this ladies trio with an extra violinist.
Also a string quartet, without piano is a possibility.
Classic ensemble with 3 ladies salon music with piano trio or string quartet
Fine salon music from this fine classic ensemble Divertimento, always dressed in chic dresses in color or in appropriate black. Three professional female musicians, with their music and appearance, make an indispensable contribution to your festive gathering, wedding or funeral.
Repertoire ladies trio Divertimento
The repertoire of this classical ensemble stretches over three centuries: from classical to salon music, such as Mozart, Viennese waltzes, ragtimes, polkas to Argentine tangos. But also popular melodies from musicals and films are on the program. They play among others:
Dreaming of Archibald Joyce / Hungarian dance no. 5 by Johannes Brahms / Air by Johann Sebastian Bach / The Entertainer by Scott Joplin / La Serenata by Gaetano Braga with soprano Waldin Roes
Listen to some fragments here:
‘Music means everything to me, it is the fulfillment of my life.’
The Swiss violinist Barbara Kurmann studied in Winterthur, received masterclasses in Germany and England, received scholarships for follow-up studies in Oxford and Rotterdam, where she graduated cum laude. Barbara performs with various chamber music performances in the Netherlands and abroad. Barbara has been a member of the Aleotti Trio for several years. Her Italian violin was made by Giuseppe Castagnino.
‘In music I can lose everything that I find important in life.’
Pianist Janine de Leeuw developed herself into a chamber musician during her studies at the Utrecht Conservatory. She plays ‘Quatre mains’ repertoire for piano together with pianist Karin Kuiper. Making music together is her passion, that’s why Janine likes to play with singers as a song accompanist.
‘Music is a necessity in life!’