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Angelica Meza 

Historical Clarinets

ABOUT ME

ABOUT ME

Angélica Meza is an Argentinian clarinet player based in The Hague. Under the tutelage of Eric Hoeprich, she completed a Master in Historical Performance - Historical Clarinet and Basset horn at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague in 2020. She has performed on the historical clarinets, as part of opera and orchestral projects in Buenos Aires, Chile, and Brazil. Since 2017, she has been invited to perform in Belgium, Alger, Switzerland, Amsterdam, Brazil, and Argentina, in chamber music concerts with basset horn trios in Vienna, wind ensembles, fortepiano, and strings in South America and Europe. She founded Westeinde Winds - Early Music Ensemble in 2021 in which she has participated at the Bloomington Early Music Festival BLEMF22, Indiana, USA.
Angélica is also a founding member of Seisenburg Trio, a historical basset horn ensemble based in Vienna. With this group, she has participated at the MaiMusic2022 Early Music Festival, organized by MDW - the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna
As a teacher and performer, she was invited to a summer academy course in January 2022 at Femusc - Early Music Festival in Santa Catarina, Brazil, 17º Edition.

PHOTO GALLERY

PHOTO GALLERY
AGENDA

AGENDA - CONCERTS 2023

OCTOBER 14 - 23

W. A. Mozart - Die Zauberflöte, K.620

Recording Project with Orkester Nord

Martin Wåhlberg (conductor)

 🇫🇷 Clermond Ferrand & Pontaumur

Info: here

SEPTEMBER 23 & 24 | 18:00
Sinfonietta Oldenburg and Lambertic Choir Oldenburg

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:  Requiem and Mass in C minor

Anja Petersen (soprano
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Johanna Winkel (soprano
)

Geneviève Tschumi (alto)


Florian Sievers tenor
Sebastian Noack (bass)


Tobias Götting (conductor)

 🇩🇪  Evangelische Lambertikirche

Mark 17, 26122, Oldenburg

More info about this event: Here

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SEPTEMBER 17 | 18:00
Symphonic Concert - Orchestra »Classic by the Sea«

Works by Mozart and Haydn

Anna Lucia Richter (mezzo-soprano)
Ammiel Buskevitz (fortepiano)
Torsten Johann (conductor)

 🇩🇪 Banter Kirche

Werftstraße 75, 26382, Wilhemshaven

More info about this event: Here

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JUNE 30 | 17:00 & 19:00

Dutch Crown Jewels 

Christian Ernst Graaf (1723 – 1804)
Symphony in B flat, Op 16 no 2, “Clarinet Symphony”
Allegro – Andante – Presto

New Dutch Academy

Conductor: Simon Murphy

 🇳🇱 Kasteel Duivenvoorde  - Laan van Duivenvoorde 4, 2252 AK Voorschoten, Netherlands

More info about this event: Here

JUNE 25 | 14:00

Dutch Crown Jewels 

Christian Ernst Graaf (1723 – 1804)
Symphony in B flat, Op 16 no 2, “Clarinet Symphony”
Allegro – Andante – Presto

New Dutch Academy

Conductor: Simon Murphy

 🇳🇱 Sint Stevenskerkhof 64, 6511 VZ Nijmegen, Netherlands

More info about this event: Here

JUNE 18 | 19:00
Concert with Choir & Orchestra

Mozart, Symphony in G minor

Haydn, Nelson Mass

Mozart, Misericordias Domini & Laudate Dominum

 🇩🇪 Ev-luth. Felicianuskirche Weyhe ·

Kirchweg 24, 28844 Weyhe

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APRIL 29 | 16:15
Requiem - Mozart

Bach choir & Orchestra of The Netherlands

Conductor: Pieter Jan Leusink

 🇳🇱 Laurenskerk , Rotterdam, NL

More info about this event: Here

MARCH 11 | 15:00
Haydn's Harmoniemesse

St. Andrew's motet choir, soloists and musicians. Concertmaster: Gabriel Bania

Conductor: Anders Johnsson

🇸🇪 St. Andrew's Church, Malmö, Sweden

More info about this event: Here

JANUARY 27 | 20:30

Beloved Mozart - Kamermuziek 2023

Xeneize String Quartet + Angélica Meza

🇳🇱 Waalse Kerk Den Haag
Noordeinde 25, 2514 GB Den Haag

The Netherlands

More info: here

2022

NOVEMBER 20, 18:00

Louis Spohr:  The Last Things, Oratorio

Soloists, Freiburger Kantorei, and the Breisgau Philharmonie

Conductor: Jens-Martin Ludwig

🇩🇪 Ludwig Church, Starkenstraße 8, 79104 Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany

More info: here

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NOVEMBER 15, 19:00
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem

Vocal Ensemble VOS and the Lund Cathedral Boys' Choir and soloists Elin Eriksson, Mathilda Bryngelsson, Martin Hultkvist and Staffan Liljas. Conductor: Robert Bennesh

🇸🇪 Lund’s Cathedral, Sweden

More info about this event: Here

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NOVEMBER 6, 17:00

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Requiem
Solo Cantatas by Christoph Bernhard and Dietrich Buxtehude
Bremen Baroque Orchestra

🇩🇪 Bremerhaven, Germany

Tickets Info: Here

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Past Concerts

2022

Past Concerts

RESEARCH

 

A DISCOURSE ON THE BASSET HORN BETWEEN 1770 -1850 IN VIENNA AND GERMAN-SPEAKING COUNTRIES

 

Abstract:

The basset horn is part of the clarinet family and its history begins in the late 18th century. It had at least seventy years lasting period of popularity in Germany and Austria but also in Bohemian countries, and England among other countries. Around 1850 to 1855 the basset horn began to disappear. This is the time period in the history of the basset horn this thesis explores. After an introduction, the beginning chapter will concentrate on different treatises or instructions written for this instrument like Albrechtsberger, Koch, Fröhlich or Mahon, bein compared to the main one, Backofen ’s Klarinett-Anweisung. Next, historical basset horn makers in Austria and other German-speaking countries will be listed and discussed. The fourth chapter deals with famous basset horn players of this era and tries to line up as many details known about them as possible. Also, the phenomenon of the basset clarinet as another additional low single-reed instrument will be investigated. A special focus lies in the following chapter: Mozart’s contribution to the repertoire of the basset horn. This complete list of his works highlights the role of the basset horn and also Mozart’s relationship with the famous player Anton Stadler. A detailed look on his Concerto in G (KV 621b) follows. At last but not least, a general overview of works including the basset horn will be presented. The thesis will finish with a conclusion to show what role the basset horn players had in the music world between 1770-1850 in Austria and other German-speaking countries.

 

A DISCOURSE ON THE BASSET HORN BETWEEN 1770 -1850 IN VIENNA AND GERMAN-SPEAKING COUNTRIES

research

RESEARCH
CONTACT

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Angélica Meza | Historical Clarinet

Den Haag, The Netherlands

Phone: +31 6 17428859

E-mail: oudeklarinet@gmail.com

KVK 73240818 - VAT  NL 002 499 442 B74 

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