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Caroline Boersma

Caroline Boersma

After her studies at the Conservatory of Amsterdam (A.Bijlsma) she moved to Italy, where she worked at S.Cecilia Symphonic Orchestra (Rome). Further on she collaborated with various baroque and classical chamberorchestras (Italy, Austria), concerting throughout Europe and Japan.
She has worked with musicians like Fabio Biondi, Alfredo Bernardini, Kees Boeke, G.Letzbor (Ars Antiqua Austria) in both concerts and recordings.
She was invited as a guest teacher at various baroquemusic seminars (Italy).
Since 1988 she is member of Tripla Concordia, playing the baroquecello both as soloist and as continuoplayer. With this ensemble she appeared on radio and television in several countries of the European Union and performed at major music festivals both in Italy and abroad, such as Musica e Poesia a S. Maurizio in Milan, the Schlosskonzerte in Salzburg (Austria), the Festival Internacional de Musica Antigua de Daroca (Spain), the Music Weeks at the Cité de la Musique de Paris (France), Haendel Festival in Halle (Germany). With Tripla Concordia she made a number of recordings, which have earned international recognition (Stradivarius, Dynamic, Nuova Era, Philharmonia, Cantus (Spain), Brilliant (Belgium).
From 1990 till 1999 she participated regularly in music-theatre productions (solo-cello and performing-arts).
In 2002 she founded the ensemble AlmaTéssara (PianoTrio and Voice), dedicated to chambermusic of the 19th and 20th century, with special attention to woman composers and the creation of multidimensional performances (Widmer-Switserland/Brasil).
In 2011 she founded String Trio Mizar, together with Renata Lacko (violin) and Carmelo Giallombardo (viola). This same year she recorded a cycle of Vivaldi Sonatas with Tripla Concordia.
Currently she is training as a Choir Conducter at the Fondazione Guido d’Arezzo School of Choir Conducting.
Since 2006 she has been a coordinator and teacher for the Music Program at the Accademia dell’Arte in collaboration with Furman University (South Carolina, US).
More recently her responsibilities include assisting in the administrative direction of the Master of Fine Arts

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