Tatjana is an oboe player based in Amsterdam.
She tries to give all oboes equal attention but has discovered that she nowadays enjoys very much venturing into the world of both classical and "romantic" music.
Tatjana studied modern oboe with Stefan Schilli at the Mozarteum Salzburg and historical oboes with Carin Van Heerden, Alfredo Bernardini and Josep Domenech at the Brucker Universität Linz and the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
Cooperations of the last years include working with Balthasar-Neumann-Ensemble, Anima Eterna Brugge, Concerto Köln, Wiener Akademie, Holland Baroque and many more.
In Bach’s vocal oeuvre, the soprano and the alto occupy are privileged place. Yet we know that in his spiritual and secular cantatas quite a few arias are hidden that hardly anyone has ever heard: arias that can be listened to very rarely in concert halls and that are seldomly recorded on CD. The beautiful aria ‘Wo zwei und drei versammlet sind’ from cantata BWV42 is an example. Maarten Engeltjes wants to change this so you will hear lesser known but certainly not less beautiful arias by Bach on this CD.
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With Maarten Engeltjes, Andreas Wolf and PRJCT Amsterdam - coming soon!
Resound Beethoven Vol 8
The Orchester Wiener Akademie recorded these two works in the Landhaus Saal of the Niederösterreich Palais, Beethoven’s favourite concert venue. Between 1819 and 1827, all his nine symphonies were performed there at the ‘Concerts spirituels’ founded by Franz Gebauer, and it was in this same palace that the Austrian Revolution of 1848 began.