Ensemble, Orchestra & Voices

TNBT Orchestra

” The New Baroque Times plays spectacularly. This is a one-off project that exudes love and passion. A dreamed edition, a journey of discovery full of wonderful musical surprises”.
– Luister (The Netherlands)

” The instrumental parts are neat and played with freshness, finesse and fluidity. For the New Baroque Times, this is the result of a common and complicit work. Baroque lovers will be delighted”.
– Crescendo Magazine (Belgium)

– Opera (United Kingdom)

catedral1Photograph: Andrea Zanovello

Violin I/II
Emmanuel Resche (leader)
Lorea Aranzasti, Daniel Boothe, Pablo García, Rafael Núñez, Ingrid Schang, Maia Silberstein, Izana Soria, Jorlen Vega

Fayçal Cheboub, Alaia Ferrán, Hilla Heller

Edouard Catalan, Lucille Perrin, Cécile Verrolles

Double bass
Pasquale Massaro

Carlota Ingrid García, Matteo Gemolo

Jon Olaberria, Nathalie Petibon

José Rodrigues, Hugo Rodríguez

Bruno Fernandes, Nicolas Isabelle, Emmanuel Mure

Jan Huylebroeck

Diego Fernández, Giulio Quirici











Massiac. France, 1988.

Enrico Onofri (Conservatorio di Palermo), Pablo Valetti (ESMUC – Barcelona), François Fernandez (CNSM – Paris), Monica Huggett (Juilliard School – New York).

Les Arts Florissants (concertmaster). The New Baroque Times (concertmaster and soloist). Il Gardellino, Tiento Nuevo, Ensemble Marguerite Louise…

Recordings :
Harmonia Mundi, Glossa, Passacaille.

Guest teacher at the Paris, Moscow and Amsterdam conservatoires and at the Académie de Saintes. Plays on a 1675 Ruggeri violin for a period of 10 years by the Jumpstart Foundation (Amsterdam).


TNBT Voices


« Splendid! », «a high level ensemble» «(…) all the soloists emerge naturally from the choir (…) (The New Baroque Times Voices) revealed a very high artistic quality. The voices are pure and gorgeous, and the singers are animated by a delighting sense of style and freedom.»
– La Libre Belgique (Belgium)

«(…) (The New Baroque Times Voices) has all the qualities of a mature and experienced choir. (…) After only three pieces, the choir has established itself as a solid ensemble, connected and largely accustomed to the stage.»
– Crescendo magazine (Belgium). Read the whole review (only french version)




Mariana Castello-Branco, Morgane Heyse, Sachiko Kinebuchi, Stéphanie Revillion, Ana Sofia Ventura

Marie-Laure Coenjaerts, Alain Gahima, Marianne Jossinet, Paul Sojo, Emilie Tack

Yvann Drion, Guillaume Huybrechts, Željko Manić, José Pizarro, Ivan Yohan

Geoffrey Aligon, Mathieu Gourlet, Adrian Kurth, Andrés Soler Castaño, Mark Trigg


THIERRY LEQUENNE, chorusmaster


Birth :
Belgium, 1967.

Training :
Choral and orchestral conducting with Bernard Tétu (France), Guy Van Waas (Belgium), Frieder Bernius (Germany).

Career :
Founding member of the Choeur de Chambre de Namur.  Works under the direction of Leonardo García-Alarcón, Guy Van Waas, Jean Tubéry, Pierre Cao, Philippe Herreweghe, Paul Dombrecht, Sigiswald Kuijken, Frieder Bernius, Jean-Claude Malgoire and Marc Minkowski. Chorus master of the Choeur Symphonique de Namur  partner of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Liège (Louis Langrée). Première of Pierre Bartholomé’s Le Christ aux Oliviers with Ishango and Ensemble Musiques Nouvelles.

Recordings :
Ricercar, Ambronay, Archiv Produktion.



TNBT Ensemble

” A remarkable job (…). Technically brilliant (…). An instrumental luxury who made Couperin’s name shine. The composer deserves more concerts like this one “.
– Mario Guada (Codalario, Spain)


Emmanuel Resche, Pablo García | violin
Carlota Ingrid García | traverso
Mathilde Vialle | viola da gamba
Edouard Catalan | cello
Diego Salamanca | theorbo
Constance Allanic | harp

Diego Fernández | continuo & musical direction

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