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21st March 2015
Amélie directs a workshop 'Back to Bach (and other brilliant stuff!) - An Introduction to the Baroque Cello' at University of Leeds for European Day of Early Music.

January 2015
Concentus VII album Et in arcadia ego released on Resonus Classics. http://www.resonusclassics.com/concentus-vii

September 2014
Amélie begins PhD studies at University of Leeds. http://music.leeds.ac.uk/people/amelie-addison/

April 2014
Dei Gratia perform Bach's St. John Passion in Denmark.

September 2013
Due Corde CD album Italian Virtuosiity in the British Isles on general release see www.duecorde.co.uk for details
May 2013
Due Corde will release our first CD in July / August!
Akenside Players really enjoyed taking part in the International Biber Wettbewerb in St. Florian, Austria and hope to compete again in 2015.

January 2013 Due Corde website launched www.duecorde.co.uk

December 2012 
Confirmed - Due Corde are to be tutors on Historically Informed Summer School 2013 in Scarborough, see www.hiss.org.uk
Dei Gratia Advent Concert recorded for Lutheran Radio.

May 2012 
Newly formed Akenside Players win Fenton House competition! See concert diary for chances to hear their upcoming concerts.
April 2012 
Dei Gratia attempts biggest project yet with two packed performances of J.S. Bach's St. John Passion (see Concert diary)
December 2011 Due Corde present a series of performances at the National Gallery on an Advent theme inspired by sacred and secular seasonal music from around Europe (see Concert diary)
September 2011
Amélie's recital with Masumi Yamamoto at Handel House Museum was well received: see Concert reviews for details.
Amélie has a new baroque cello: handmade by Northumbrian luthier Ralph Plumb, on a transitional Montagnana model.



 July 2011 Due Corde's North East tour receives a warm welcome! See attached articles by Barbara Hodgson from Metro and Newcastle Journal.

Amelie Addison,
7 Aug 2011, 09:14
Amelie Addison,
3 Aug 2011, 11:17