information for promoters
Here you can find contact details for Trio Sonnerie, and for our agents in America and Germany. Also listed is a selection of our current programmes.
Please send an email to a Trio Sonnerie representative on the contact page.
Trio Sonnerie are represented in America by Mitzi Matlock:
email Mitzi Matlock
Trio Sonnerie and Monica Huggett are represented in Germany by Erika Esslinger at Konzertagentur Esslinger:
Tel: ++49 (0)711 28 32 76
Trio Sonnerie is currently able to offer the following programmes ‘off-the-peg’. They are also happy to consider devising programmes according to the needs of individual promoters.
- Musica Transalpina - A fascinating journey following the development from the very first violin sonatas in Italy, cross the Alps via the Bohemian masters Schmelzer and Biber to the apotheosis that is Bach.
- Bach: Sonatas, Partitas and Toccatas – The Genius of Cothen - Solos and trios for violin, viola da gamba and harpsichord. Though not the greater part of his output, Bach’s chamber and solo instrumental music represents some of his most sublime work.
- Opera a trois - Marais’s bold and innovative ‘opera’ based on the scale orchestrated for violin, gamba and continuo, together with equally ground-breaking works by Rebel and Couperin:
- Marin Marais
- La Gamme – en forme d’un petit opera
- Jean-Fery Rebel
- Sonatas for violin, gamba and continuo
- Francois Couperin
- Huitieme Concert dans le Gout Theatral
- The Harmony of Nations' - An appealing selection of our favourite pieces from around Europe. Spanning some 150 years, it combines the soulful pavans and gregarious divisions of Jacobean England, the sentiment and pomp of Louis XIV's France and the introspective, intellectual, and yet highly moving music of JS Bach.
- Divide and Rule: a century of revolution in English Music, with Countertenor and lute. - A programme combining Dowland's and Purcell's most beautiful songs with fantastic and virtuosic instrumental divisions.
- John come Kiss me Now - Another English programme, this time purely instrumental, with flashy divisions, folk tunes and somber laments by the geniuses of their day, William Lawes, Jenkins, Byrd, Coprario and others.