The flutist Eva Oertle and the pianist Vesselin Stanev have been performing internationally as a duo since 2009. Their Parisian debut together, in the Salle Gaveau in 2010, was praised lavishly in the press, emphasizing in particular their extremely harmonious ensemble playing. The duo focuses on the Classical and Romantic repertoire for the flute.
The flutist Eva Oertle and the lutenist Christoph Greuter have been performing as a duo since 2007. They have been guests in concert cycles such as the Tage für Alte Musik Zürich, the Settimane Musicali di Lugano, and the Museumskonzerte Dornach. Their interpretations of unusual arrangements of English Baroque dances have thrilled both the public and the press.
The Duo “Esprit Rude-Esprit Doux”—with Eva Oertle, flute, and Karin Dornbusch, clarinet—presents unusual, colorful works: charming miniatures by W. A. Mozart stand alongside new and unusual works by the likes of Eliott Carter and Jürg Wyttenbach. Theatrical qualities as well as elements of folk music and improvisation influence their programs.
The flutist Eva Oertle and the harpist Consuelo Giulianelli have a large repertoire they perform together, ranging from the Baroque to the contemporary, by composers from J. S. Bach to Ivan Fedele. They have performed together at the Tonhalle Zürich and the Stadtcasino Bern, among other places, as soloists in Mozart’s Double Concerto. - Their CD collaboration “Lake Reflections" was released in 2015 on the Sony Classical label.
The Ensemble Musica Poetica was founded in 2003 by musicians from the international early music scene who perform with ensembles such as Il Giardino Armonico, Accademia Bizantina, and La Capella Reial de Catalunya. The combination of expressiveness and technical and musicological competence accounts for the great success Musica Poëtica has enjoyed as an ensemble.