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    Violaine Cochard | harpsichord
    Olivier Fortin | harpsichord 
    Jean-Luc Ho | harpsichord 
    Davor Krkljus | harpsichord

    Ensemble Le Caravansérail
    Bertrand Cuiller | harpsichord and direction 

    Bach served up every which way on 2, 3 and 4 keyboards.

    Photo de l'Ensemble Caravansérail © Jean-Baptiste Millot
    Ensemble Caravansérail © Jean-Baptiste Millot

    Bach  Concertos for 2, 3 and 4 keyboards BWV 1060, 1064 and 1065 

    To celebrate the tenth anniversary of his Caravansérail, Bertrand Cuiller brings together the contemporary cream of the harpsichord crop for a feast of masterpieces by Johann Sebastian Bach. These virtuosi of the keyboard in groups of two, three or four, will bring us a rainbow of colours with works by Antonio Vivaldi that the Cantor of Leipzig transcribed from his own catalogue  – BWV 1065 – based on Estro Armonico by the Red Priest (No. 10). The event organizer will also perform one of his own arrangements with a truly amazing palette of colours: Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 with four keyboards will be more kaleidoscopic than ever before! 

    Jeanine Roze Production