Thalia ensemble


The Thalia Ensemble is an inspiring classical music ensemble playing on historical instruments formed by six young and dynamic musicians who, coming from all corners of the world, met in Amsterdam and discovered a shared passion for chamber music played on historical instruments and based on historically informed performance practices.

The Ensemble believes that music is the deepest form of self-expression and their aim is to communicate among themselves and with others through music-making. While convinced that there is no “early”, “old”, “modern” or “new” music, but instead just “music”, they also believe that the interpretation on historical instruments with reference to historically informed interpretation techniques for each individual work, is the best way to bring to life the special characteristics of the music. This search for timeless qualities deeply inspiring.


Het Thalia ensemble  speelt kamermuziek uit de periode 1750 – 1850 in verschillende bezettingen: de kern van het ensemble bestaat uit fortepiano, traverso, hobo, klarinet, hoorn en fagot maar de bezetting kan variëren van duo tot octet, afhankelijk van het programma dat wordt uitgevoerd.


Musicians are  / Musici zijn :
Mayumi Eguro – Fortepiano
Belén Nieto Galán – Flute / Fluit
Sarah Aßmann – Oboe / Hobo
Diederik Ornée – Clarinet / Klarinet
Hylke Rozema – Natural horn / Natuurhoorn
José Rodrigues Gomes – Bassoon / Fagot