Impulse Art Management

Sumatrakade 1039
1019 RD Amsterdam
The Netherlands
P +31 20 626 6944
Member of the International Artist
Managers’ Association (IAMA)


Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment



October 2022 -Music by Purcell with a dramatic presentation of the text of Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Coleridge Taylor (QEH) – program for the UK


November: Baroquebusters (QEH) – outreach program- family program

This is a programme of baroque hits with the story of how they became so well known. With presentation and audience interaction. Suitable for Europe with a local host/presenter.

(dates very flexible)


December 1-10- 2022

OAE- William Christie- TBD- small setting orchestra.


January 2023: Ticciati / Alina Ibragimova

Programme to include Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto

5,6,7,8,9 Jan 2023


March 2023: Vaclav Luks /  B Minor Mass -Bach T hchd org 20 chorus

Soloists: Carolyn Sampson, OAE Rising Star, Lestyn Davies, Hugo Hymas, Roderick Williams

9- 20 March 2023


April 2023:  Kristian Bezuidenhout / Mozart
Mozart Piano & wind quintet K 452
Mozart Piano Concerto No. 15 K 450 
Mozart Symphony no 36 K 425 Linz
3 -15 April 2023


May 2023: Minasi / Jean G. Queyras  

CPE Bach Symphony in F (10 mins) 2 flutes, 2 oboes, Bassoon, 2 horns

CPE Bach A Major cello concerto (19 mins) strings + hpschd 1753


JC Bach Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Cello in B flat

Mozart Symphony No. 34 in C

17-22 May 2023

Masaaki Suzuki- Christmas Oratorio December 2023 

Programme 1

Christmas Oratorio pt.1

Christmas Oratorio pt.2

Singet dem Herrn 0.

Christmas Oratorio pt.3


Programme 2

Sanctus from Mass in b minor

Christmas Oratorio pt. 4

Christmas Oratorio pt. 5

Christmas Oratorio pt. 6 

30 November- 9 December 2023

The Kings Consort



Handel: Alexander’s Feast

Remaining dates available are March 27, 28, 29 & 30, 2023


Carolyn Sampson soprano

Joshua Ellicott tenor

Matthew Brook bass

Choir of The King’s Consort (18 voices)

The King’s Consort (25 instruments)

Robert King conductor



Dido and Aeneas

Henry Purcell


  Carolyn Sampson soprano Dido

  Matthew Brook bass Aeneas

  Hugh Cutting countertenor Sorceress/ Spirit

  Julie Cooper soprano Belinda

  Emily Owen Second Woman, First Witch

  David de Winter tenor Sailor 

Purcell: Why are all the Muses mute? (Ode for King James, 1685)               

Purcell: Dido and Aeneas


“Welcome, glorious morn”

Royal Odes by Henry Purcell

dates still being discussed with France, so we are open to date offers


Carolyn Sampson, other soloists to be decided


Suite from Abdelazer

Purcell: Now does the glorious day appear (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary, 1689)               

Suite from Dioclesian

Purcell: Welcome, welcome, glorious morn (Birthday Ode for Queen Mary, 1691)


Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle


The King’s Consort

Carolyn Sampson, other soloists to be decided


Byrd: Mass in Four Parts (c.1593)

Rossini: Petite Messe Solennelle


A Voice from Heaven

British Choral Masterpieces


Choir of The King’s Consort (24 voices)

Robert King conductor


Naylor: Vox dicentis: clama

Stanford: Three Latin Motets (Justorum animae: Coelos ascendit hodie: Beati quorum via)

Howells: I heard a voice from heaven

Walton: Set me as a seal

Walton: Where does the uttered music go

Harris: Faire is the Heaven


Britten: A Hymn to St Cecilia

Hewitt Jones: Drop, drop, slow tears

Murrill: The souls of the righteous

Leighton: Drop, drop, slow tears

Stanford: I heard a voice from heaven

Harris: Bring us, O Lord God

Howells: Take him, earth, for cherishing (Motet on the death of President Kennedy)[A1] 






This special baroque ensemble that has existed more than 25 year has put together it’s programs for next year. Because some of the programs get subsidies, we can offer buyouts. The following programs are offered:


Take Five- from Leipzig to Dresden, with works from Bach, Goldberg, Telemann, Fasch e.a.

Händel in Italië: with works from Händel, Vivaldi and Scarlatti.

Sirènes with the top violinist CHOUCHANE SIRANOSSIAN- with, for example, the violin concerto of Vivaldi en Ludovico Syrmen (1738-1792)

Spaanse Passie: including works by De Falla, but also Boccherini


Take Five!


Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)

Concert à 4 in Es (TWV 43:Es1), for 2 violins, viola and continuo                         


Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (c.1690-1758)

Trio sonata in B, for 2 violins, viola and continuo


Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710-1784)                                                              

Praeludium & Fuge in c, Fk 29/32, for harpsichord (klavecimbel?)                                                             


Johann Friedrich Schreyfogel (?-?)

Concerto in d, for violin, strings and continuo                                 


Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (1710-1784)                                                              

Adagio & Fuga in d, (Fk 65), for 2 violins, viola and continuo                 


Johann Friedrich Fasch (1688-1758)

Canonische Sonate in D, for violin, viola and continuo                                             


Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (1727-1756)

Praeludium in C & Sonate in c, for 2 violins, viola and continuo


Händel in Italië


Francesco Gasparini (1661-1727)

Ouverture “Ambleto”                                                                                                 


Alessandro Scarlatti (1660-1725)             

Sonata II in c-klein, for strings and bass continuo                                                                          


Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759)                      

Concerto in g-klein (HWV 287), for oboe, strings and continuo                                             

Toccata in G-groot (HWV 571), for harpischord

Concerto in Bes-groot (HWV 288), for violin (solo), oboe, strings and continuo


Arcangelo Corelli (1653-1713)

Concerto in F opus 6/12, for strings and continuo                                                                       


Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)      

Sonata VI in D-groot, for 2 violins and bc                       


Georg Friedrich Handel

Suite from Rodrigo (HWV 5), for oboe, strings and continuo                                                             




Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre (1665-1729):      

Suite “Céphale et Procris” (arrangement) – Violin Sonata IV in G major                   


Komitas Vardapet (1869-1935):

Two National Anthems


Maddalena Laura Syrmen (1735-1799)                 

Strijkkwartet in B flat major (opus 3/2) – Violin Concerto in A major (opus 2/3)           


Ludovico Syrmen (1738-1792)                                  

Violin Concerto                                                                                                            


Wilhelmina von Bayreuth (1709-1758)

Harpsichord concerto in G minor


Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

Violin Concerto in C minor RV 771, “per Anna Maria” (reconstruction)


Spaanse Passie


Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757): arr. Charles Avison

Concert in D for strings & bass continuo


Luigi Boccherini                              

Flute Quintet in G op 19/2 (G 426)


Domenico Scarlatti

Two sonatas for harpsichord in A


Luigi Boccherini               (1743-1805)

Oboe Quintet in d op 55/6 (G 436)


Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)      

Concierto (1926) for harpischord


Luigi Boccherini                              

Guitar Quintet IV in D (G 448), "Fandango"                         


Manuel de Falla (arr. Combattimento)                

Three Dances (El Sombrero de Tres Picos, 1919)   


Intercontinental Ensemble




Stars indicate original compositions.


Concert 1: Oostenrijk

- Ludwig van Beethoven: Symfonie N.2 (30”)

- Franz Schubert: Symfonie N.8 “Onvoltooide” (28”)

Possibly combine with Bohuslav Martinu’s nonet*, the standard piece for this line-up

Concert 2: Mediterranië

-    Claude Debussy: Suite Bergamasque (18”)

-    Isaac Albéniz: Iberia (20”)

-    Louise Farrenc: Nonette, op.38 (30”)*

Concert 3: Schatten van Vrouwen

-    Louise Farrenc: Nonette op.38 (30”)*

-    Bianca Bongers: Collage van een achtvlak  (15”)*

-    Clara Schumann: Romanzen op.21 (12”)

Concert 4: Tsjechse klanken

-    Bohuslav Martinů: Nonet, H374 (18”)

-    Leoš Janáček: V mlhách (In the mist) (15”)

-    Antonín Dvořák: Slavische dansen (35”)


With cello:

-    Schumann: Cello Concerto in A minor (30”)

-    Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony 3 “Schotse”: (32”)

Met viool:

-    Robert Schumann: Violin Concerto in D minor (30”)

-    Felix Mendelssohn, Symfonie 4 (33”) / Franz Schubert: Octet (58”)*

Met piano:

-    Robert Schumann: Piano Concerto in A minor (30”)

-    Beethoven Symphony N.2  (30”)



Concert 1: Under the spell of Schubert


Ensemble + 2 singers (tenor/baritone and sopra), lengte 60”


Collection of Goethe songs: (in collaboration with Noorderkerk concerts)

- Erlkönig (tenor / baritone)

- Gretchen am Spinnrade (Soprano)

- Wandrer’s Nachtlied (tenor / baritone)

- An Schwager Kronos (tenor / baritone)

- Der Rattenfänger (tenor / baritone)

- Meeresstille (tenor / baritone)

- Nähe des Geliebten (soprano)

- Ganymed (soprano)

- Heiss mich nicht reden (soprano)


Concert 2: “In Motu” (CD program)


Instrumentation: Ensemble (9), lengte 70”


Bohuslav Martinu: Nonet (15)

Nino Rota: Nonetto (30)

Felix Mendelssohn: Symfonie 4 (30)


Concert 3 “Wonder Women” (CD-program)


Instrumentation: Ensemble (9), lengte 60”

- Louise Farrenc: Nonette

- Bianca Bongers: Collage van een achtvlak

- Sarah Neutkens: September

- Aregnaz Martirosyan: Emotional Diversity


Interesting for contemporary festivals, 3 of the 4 works are by young composers.