Welcome to the website of La Nuova Musica, a baroque ensemble dedicated to ardent and vivid performances of music from the Renaissance and Baroque, directed by David Bates.
Read more about La Nuova Musica Listen to us:Alleluia from Vivaldi's In furore iustissimae RV626 (with Lucy Crowe soprano)
For more information about this recording, visit our recordings page
We are proud to announce our first ever season brochure, covering the autumn/winter period. Some of the dates have already been available from our website, but you will also find additional details on casting, box office, past and future recording projects et al. … [read more.....]
On the occasion of the start of its self-promoted SJSS concert series, on the 20th March LNM launched its new Friends Scheme. It offers a variety of options, from memberships for music-loving teenagers for as little as £30 a year, through to the Centurion circle for those who would like to play an active part in our organisation.
For more information please go to our Support Us page. … [read more.....]
Following its highly celebrated hall debut last season in Conti's 'L'Issipile', LNM will return to Wigmore Hall in 2015/16 with two concerts.
On Nov 30, we team up with one of the most celebrated countertenors of today, Bejun Mehta, in an aria programme of works by Vivaldi, Scarlatti, Handel et al.On Dec 14, we will present Antonio Cesti's 17th Century opera 'Orontea', which we performed last summer at the Innsbrucker Festwochen. … [read more.....]
LNM is very proud to return to the Spitalfields Festival this summer as Associated Artists, presenting Handel's 'Israel in Egypt' on June 4, Couperin's 'Leçons Des Ténèbres' (with Lucy Crowe and Elizabeth Watts) on June 8 and a programme of horn concertos and arias by Handel, Vivaldi and Foerster with BBC R3 New Generation Artist Alec Frank-Gemill and mezzo-soprano Julia Riley on June 12. To find out more about these dates and to book tickets click here
And finally, here is an interview … [read more.....]
La Nuova Musica is delighted to be joined by Lucy Crowe and Tim Mead for the first concert in their series at St. John's Smith Square in 2015/16. This Stunning venue is a perfect backdrop for a concert that explores the sensuality, violence and drama of the sacred Baroque. … [read more.....]
We are greatly looking forward to returning to the studio later this year, for the world premiere recording of Francesco Conti's 'L'Issipile' (1732) with Lucy Crowe, John Mark Ainsley, Lawrence Zazzo and Rebecca Bottone, as well as Couperin's 'Lecons de Tenebres', with Lucy Crowe and Elizabeth Watts. Both discs will be released by HM USA in 2016. … [read more.....]