Dóra Király recorder and bassoon
was born in Szombathely, Hungary in 1991. She began her studies in Vienna in the class of Michael Posch (recorder) and with Jennifer Harris (bassoon). She then studied with Anna Januj (recorder) and Györgyi Farkas (bassoon) at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Felix-Mendelssohn Bartholdy in Leipzig. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music in 2015, receiving the highest possible grade for her final bassoon recital. She is now continuing her studies with Donna Agrell and Wouter Verschuren at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. Dóra has participated in various master classes and projects, has especially benefited from working with Philippe Herreweghe, Nicholas Parle, Alfredo Bernardini, Susanne Scholz, Jostein Gundersen and Rafael Alpermann. She regularly plays with professional baroque orchestras such as Capella Savaria and Cammermusik Potsdam. She is a member of the Hungarian baroque orchestra Orfeo (conductor György Vashegyi), with whom, as first bassoon player, she recorded operas by Rameau and Mondonville in cooperation with the Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles.
Patricia Robaina harpsichord
was born in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. She began her musical education at the Academy of the Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria with violin. She obtained the Professional Degree with honors and was member of the Young Orchestra in Gran Canaria. She began harpsichord lessons when she was fifteen with Rosa Falcón and Mar Tejadas. In 2008, she moved to Zaragoza to continue her studies as harpsichordist at the Conservatory of Music of Aragón with Silvia Márquez (harpsichord) and Saskia Roures (basso continuo and organ) finished with high marks. Afterwards, Patricia moved to The Netherlands to continue her studies at the Koninklijk Conservatorium van Den Haag with Jacques Ogg (harpsichord), Patrick Ayrton (basso continuo). Member of International Bach Festival in Canarias where she is performing chamber-concerts with soloist from The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. Patricia works as continuo player with Academia de los Afectos. Founder of L'Enharmonique ensemble, bowing to the music of the XX-XXI centuries. She has participated in orchestral projects and workshops with José Luis González Uriol, Javier Artigas, Tony Millán, Alberto Martinez, Imbi Tarum, Maggie Cole, Guido Morini, Annelie de Man, Goska Isphording, Peter Van Heyghen, Pieter-Jan Belder, Kris Verhelst, Sungyun Cho, Wilbert Hazelzet, Sergio Azzolini, Alfredo Bernardini, Daniël Brüggen, Hidemi Suzuki, etc.
Florencia Gómez traverso
started her musical studies as a child in Salta, Argentina. She later settled in Buenos Aires, where she was appointed to play with the Orquesta de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. During that period Florencia was a private student of the soloist of the Orquesta Estable del Teatro Colón, Jorge de la Vega.
Through her experience playing oratorio, opera, and orchestral repertoire she became deeply passionate about early music and the use of period replicas for performance.
In 2006 she enroled in the recently created diploma on Early Music, in the Conservatorio Superior de Música de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Manuel de Falla. She was the first student to graduate, so in 2011 Florencia became the first person ever to obtain an official diploma on Early Music issued in Latin America.
In 2011 she became as well the first traverso player to win the National Grant for Artists in the Music Especiality, awarded by the National Fund for the Arts of Argentina. That allowed her to engage in private instruction on French baroque repertoire under the guidance of Juan Manuel Quintana.
Since 2012 she lives in The Hague, Netherlands, where she earned her Bachelor and Master Diplomas on the Baroque Flute (2015 and 2017), at the Royal Conservatoire under the guidance of Wilbert Hazelzet and Kate Clark. Her research 'The Characters of the Flute' has been published by the Research Catalogue, an international database for artistic research.
She has performed in masterclasses by Anne Freitag, Frank Theuns, Donna Agrell, Diana Baroni, Manfredo Kraemer, Rita Dams, Peter Kooij, Jill Feldman, Mieneke van der Velden, Kati Debrezeni, Christophe Rousset, Jacques Ogg, Frank de Bruine, Michael Schmidt-Casdorff.
Recently Florencia performed conducted by Ton Koopman, as first flute the B minor Mass by J. S. Bach at the Alice Tully Hall in the Lincoln Center of New York, and in the Grote Kerk of The Hague (Ultimate Bach-Hohe Messe NL-US tour)
She is active as a freelance chamber and orchestral player, and has collaborated with ensembles such as the world renowned Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century and Dutch Baroque.
She has performed in Europe and America, in the International Chamber Music Festival of The Hague, the Early Music Festival of Boston (US), Maastricht Musica Sacra Festival, and others.
Some of the conductors she has worked with are Barthold Kuijken, Daniel Reuss, Peter van Heyghen, John Butt, Marcus Creed, Ton Koopman.
She teaches the baroque flute at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, in the Young Talent Department.
Anna Lachegyi violoncello and viola da gamba
was born in Hungary and started to play the cello at the age of five. She received her degree in performance on cello at the Debrecen Academy of Music in 2012, where she studied in the class of Ditta Rohmann. She began her viola da gamba studies with Sándor Szászvárosi six years ago and since then she has taken part in several festivals in Europe such as Utrecht Early Music Festival (Netherlands), Femas Early Music Festival of Sevilla (Spain), Early Music Festival of Csíkszereda (Romania), Börzsöny Barokk Days (Hungary) or Szalone Dni Musyki (Poland). In 2017 she won second and third prizes with her ensembles in the La Stravaganza early music competition in Romania. She is a student of Mieneke van der Velden and Philippe Pierlot at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague where she plays baroque cello as well in the class of Caroline Kang.