• Utrecht Early Music Festival Fringe
    DNMO is proud to announce that it will play a concert in the Utrecht Early Music Festival Fringe this coming August 2018.  Please stay tuned for further updates on the program, and how you can come see us! […]
  • Excerpts from The Storm, a new cantata from 2017
    We are proud to make available some excerpts from our live-session recording The Storm (2017) a cantata in Classical style by the DNMO kapellmeister Anders Muskens. The text of the cantata is based on Pietro Metastasio;s La Tempesta, but  translated into English by John Hoole in […]
  • Enter our Christmas Give Away!
    Don’t miss the chance to win a free ticket four our upcoming concert Mozart, Mannheim, and the London Bach. More info here and don’t forget to follow DNMO in our all social media handles! Good luck!!   […]
  • Your support! Crowdfunding campaign
    Please check out our crowdfunding campaign hosted on Voor de Kunst to learn how to help us make our 2017-18 concert series even greater! This year, we have an interesting concert series in the works entitled “The Rise of Classicism.” We want to explore the rise of the Classical […]

Upcoming Events

  1. After Baroque: Utrecht Early Music Festival Fringe

    August 28 @ 11:00 - 12:00

Can’t physically be at our concerts? Join in the action via an internet live stream starting at €4.49. Not available at the time of the concert? Re-watch the event for up to 24 hours after the concert occurs!

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About Us

Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester (DNMO) was established in late 2016 in The Hague by fortepianist Anders Muskens and harpsichordist Beniamino Paganini with the aim of recapturing the spirit of music from the late 18th century.

The DNMO plays on period instruments using historically informed techniques. We are committed to challenge established boundaries and conventions of the Classical Music world with the goal of rekindling the passion of 18th century performances.

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L’isoletta di cigni - Baroque Chamber Cantatas

Featured Chamber Soloist Ensemble

L’isoletta di cigni is an early music ensemble that is part of Das Neue Mannheimer Orchester Chamber Soloists. Formed in late 2017 in The Hague, the ensemble seeks to revive the lush repertory of early to mid 18th century Baroque chamber cantatas with an obligato traverso and basso continuo. Baroque chamber cantatas, regularly heard in the private chambers of wealthy aristocrats, were penned by the greatest composers of the age, including George Frederic Handel, Johann Adolf Hasse, and Antonio Vivaldi. Essentially small-scale opera seria, they feature forms from the opera theatre, like declamatory recitatives and da capo arias. L’isoletta di cigni seeks to bring dramatic rhetoric alongside a commitment to historically-informed performance practice.

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