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Kuijken, Barthold

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Belgium, 1949. Barthold Kuijken (baroque flute and recorder) was born in Belgium in 1949. For many years he plays in the baroque orchestras Collegium Aureum and La petite Bande. He plays chamber music concerts all over the world, extending his repertoire to early 19th-century music and he has recorded extensively for various labels. He studied the modern flute at the Bruges Conservatory and the Royal Conservatories of Brussels and The Hague. For playing early music he originally turned to the recorder. Research on authentic instruments, frequent collaboration with various flute and recorder makers, and assiduous study of sources of the 17th and 18th centuries helped him to specialize in the performance on original instruments. Soon he started to play with his brothers Wieland (viola da gamba and baroque cello) and Sigiswald (baroque violin and viola da gamba) and many other baroque specialists. He teaches baroque flute at the Royal Conservatories of Brussels and The Hague, and is often invited to serve as a guest professor or a jury member in international competitions.

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