in French Baroque Music from the 17.
centuries. The ensemble's repertoire also includes masterpieces from
other European countries (with programs such as: Music
at the Court of Frederick the Great,
Art of Italian Ornamentation,
as well as contemporary music on period instruments (programs include
works by award winning Chilean composer Javier Farías).
Founded in 1995 by Rodrigo Tarraza, Baroque Transverse Flute or Traverso and
Christine Gevert, Harpsichord and Organ, the group has performed and recorded in Europe
and South America, and relocated to the east coast of the U.S. in
Among the most acclaimed its recording for Carpe
Berlin (Germany), is "Ordinaire
de la Chambre du Roi ",
featuring French baroque music. Since 2011 Dutch virtuoso recorder soloist Tricia van Oers is a regular member of the ensemble. The ensemble performs frequently with
guest musicians, such as viola da gamba players Petr Wagner (Prague),
Jane Hershey, Laury Gutiérrez and Anne Legêne and other soloists.
commitment of its founding members to study and use in performance
practice the original sources, their use of high quality period
instruments, together with their vast experience as soloists, members
and conductors of baroque ensembles and orchestras, as well as of
ensembles that perform modern and experimental music, are the ground
of their innovative style of interpretation.
quotes for Les Inégales
Music at the highest level. Stadtblatt
music of the highest order - superlative playing!
Berliner Kurier, Germany
gem! Rare Baroque Music at an extraordinary level.
Klassik heute [Classical recording Reviews]
and clear sound of the Baroque Traverso in all registers. Very
exciting Continuo playing, flexible, responsive and alive. Les
Inégales phrases the music as never heard before!
“De Volkskrant”, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gevert played with as much technically brilliant as with expression,
while Rodrigo Tarraza impressed with his warm, round and
cantabile-Traverso sound, even in extreme passages. “El
Mercurio”, Santiago de Chile
Inégales offered a rich musical experience with a flawlessly
performed program of German court music... at times the two
instruments sounded like a whole orchestra...
“Alsace”, Strassbourg, France
convincing performance,... very sensitive playing... earning a huge
applause for a high-level concert.
Herborner Tageblatt, Germany
Kreisanzeiger Schotten, Germany