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Four Temperaments were awarded a prestigious Leverhulme Fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music for 2007/2008. International ensemble whose members represent four European countries, United Kingdom, Finland, Hungary and Poland. Four Temperaments performed at many festivals, including London Handel Festival and Festival de Saintes (France). The quartet plays baroque and classical music on period instruments. Soile Pylkkönen, baroque & classical flutes Eleanor Harrison, baroque & classical violins Kinga Gáborjáni, cellos & viola da gamba Paweł Siwczak, harpsichord & fortepiano

Triologue was established at the Royal Academy of Music and in 2007 won the prestigious Nancy Nuttall Early Music Prize. Ensemble members come from three countries, Sweden, Hungary and Poland, and they specialize in performing 17th and 18th-century music on period instruments. Recently Triologue has launched a series of concerts in Central London presenting all Sonatas for violin, viola da gamba and basso continuo by Dietrich Buxtehude, exploring the potential of a musical dialogue. Karin Bjork, baroque violin Kinga Gaborjani, viola da gamba Pawel Siwczak, harpsichord & chamber organ CONTACT: Paweł Siwczak ❖ www.pawelsiwczak.com ❖ info@pawelsiwczak.com September 2008

Photo © 2007 Andres Rodriguez

Photo © 2007 Andres Rodriguez

Pawel Siwczak, harpsichordist, early keyboard specialist, winner of the 8th Broadwood Harpsichord Competition (2007) and the Musica Britannica award (2006). Presently a teacher at the Royal Academy of Music, where he has completed his Master of Music degree; earlier graduated from the Academy of Music in Warsaw. He has worked under the direction of Trevor Pinnock, William Christie and John Eliott Gardiner. Soloist and founder of early music ensembles, Four Temperaments, Triologue, The King’s Private Musick.

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