Jobe 2022

JOBE 2022

Corelli - Vivaldi - Locatelli


A new wind blew through 17th-century Italy. Claudio Monteverdi’s seconda pratica and Caccini’s Le nuove musiche proposed a new way of writing and experiencing music. Baroque music was born.

Music becomes a mean to exalt passions and an art form in itself. Corelli, then Vivaldi and Locatelli magnified the textures of the string orchestra in their collections of concerti da chiesa or concerti grossi.

It is this transmission through the generations that we wish to celebrate in this first Academy.


Violins /
Laura ALEXANDER (United-Kingdom) CRR de Paris
Federica BASILICO (Italy) CNSM de Lyon
Aude BEAR (France) CRR de Paris
Veronica BERARDI (Italy) Schola cantorum Basiliensis
Charlotte GERBITZ (Germany) CNSM de Lyon
Naia ISHII (France) CRR de Paris
Juliette RIDEL (France) CNSM de Lyon
Alyssa WRIGHT (United-States) Conservatorium van Amsterdam

Violas /
Aïk SHIN TAN (Malaysia) CNSM de Paris
Alexandre GARNIER (France) CRR de Paris

Cellos /
Emanuele ABETE (Italy) CRR de Paris
Suzanne WOLFF (France) CRR de Paris

Double basses /
Alexandre TEYSSONNIERE DE GRAMONT (France) CNSM de Paris

Harpshichord & organ /
Adam SLIMANI (France) Pôle supérieur de Boulogne-Billancourt

Archlute and guitar /
Jonathan ZEHNDER (Switzerland) CNSM de Lyon

Bassoon /
Charlotte MACHICOT (France) CNSM de Paris

The Young baroque european orchestra 2022 is recruiting 16 students instrumentalists on ancient or modern instruments (see conditions of registration here). Auditions will be held at the CRR of Paris (France), the CNSM of Lyon (France) and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland).

Instruments involved /
8 violins, 2 violas, 2 cellos, 1 double bass, 1 bassoon, 1 harpsichord/organ and 1 theorbo.

Pitch / 415 Hz
Possible to play the audition on modern instrument

Audition dates /
Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland) : 03/04/2022 10am to 6pm
CNSM Lyon (France) : 08/04/2022
CRR Paris (France) : 09/04/2022

See the registrations rules on Registration page