” A remarkable job (…), with very effective articulations and fantastically synchronized (…) and very well balanced couterpoint lines. Technically brilliant (…). An instrumental luxury who made Couperin’s name shine. This composer deserves more concerts like this one “.
- Mario Guada (Codalario)
The New Baroque Times ensemble
Emmanuel Resche, Lorea Aranzasti, Pablo García | viool
Mathilde Vialle | viola da gamba
Edouard Catalan | cello
Benoît Vanden Bemden | violone
Florent Marie | gitaar en theorbo
Diego Salamanca | theorbo
Constance Allanic | harp
Patrick Denecker | bombarde
Adam Bregman, Christophe Morisset | baroktrombone, serpent
Mirella Ruigrok | dulciaan
Osvaldo Hernández | percussie
Diego Fernández | continuo en muzikale leiding
The New Baroque Times orchestra
Fotograaf: Ferrán Mesa Turó
Emmanuel Resche (concertmeester)
Lorea Aranzasti, Daniel Boothe, Pablo García, Silvia Mondino, Raffaele Nicoletti, Rafael Núñez, Blanca Prieto, Ingrid Schang, Izana Soria
Fayçal Cheboub, Alaia Ferrán, Elisabeth Sordia
Edouard Catalan, Claire Lamquet, Lucille Perrin, Cécile Verrolles
Silvia Jiménez, Pasquale Massaro
Antonio Campillo, Carlota Ingrid García, Matteo Gemolo
Jon Olaberria, Nathalie Petibon
José Rodrigues, Hugo Rodríguez
Bruno Fernandes, Nicolas Isabelle, Emmanuel Mure
Diego Fernández, Zeljko Manic
Emmanuel Resche, leader & music director
Emmanuel Resche is one of the leading figures of the new generation of baroque violin players.
After graduating in Political Science and Art History in Paris, he studies baroque violin with Pablo Valetti (Barcelona), Enrico Onofri (Palermo), Monica Huggett (Juilliard School, New York) and François Fernandez (CNSM, Paris). He obtains his price unanimously with honors in june 2013.
He starts his career in New York as leader in Haendel’s Il Trionfo del Tempo e del Disinganno under the direction of William Christie (Top 10 Fall Season 2012 of The New York Times) and at Le Jardin des Voix (Festival Thiré, Hong-Kong, Australia and U.S.A). As a member of Les Arts Florissants, he has performed several chamber music concerts with William Christie and Paul Agnew (Festival de Thiré and Opéra Comique de Paris) and he has worked as artistic director for some recordings for the label Harmonia Mundi.
In 2015, he is invited to play as soloist conducting the Baroque Orchestra of the Moscow Conservatory.
Emmanuel Resche works as well with Christophe Coin (Lully: Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme) and within baroque orchestras in Spain, Belgium, France, Italy and the United States.
He makes a research and rediscovery of the french composer Pierre Crémont (1784-1846), recording a CD produced by Palazzetto Bru Zane (Venice) and Fonds de Dotation Pierre Bassot (Moulins). Following his biographical research, he is invited to contribute to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.
Emmanuel Resche-Caserta plays a violin of Ada Quaranta (Boves, Italy) of 2010. A copy of the “The Devil” Guarneri of 1734.