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Meet Theresia – Giulia Gillio Gianetta

March 16, 2020

Let’s meet a new member of the orchestra: Giulia Gillio Gianetta, Italian-Spanish cellist at Theresia since 2016.

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Meet Theresia: Ruben Castillo del Pozo

February 27, 2020

Let’s meet a new member of Theresia: Ruben Castillo del Pozo. Ruben is a timpanist born in 1991. He started playing the violin at age seven. He studied six years at the Conservatory Angel Arias Maceín before changing from violin to percussion. After studying several years percussion he first came to the Netherlands. 

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Meet Theresia: Sophia Witmer

February 5, 2020

Let’s meet a new member of Theresia: Sophia Witmer. Sophia is 23, comes from Japan and plays cello.

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Meet Theresia: Saaya Ikenoya

January 16, 2020

Let’s meet a new member of Theresia: Saaya Ikenoya. Saaya Ikenoya is 28, born in Japan but raised in Spain, where she introduced herself into the violin study.  

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Meet Theresia: Charlotte Gulikers

December 12, 2019

Let’s meet a new cellist in Theresia: Charlotte Gulikers.

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Meet Theresia: Matylda Adamus

August 20, 2019

Vi presentiamo Matilda, innamorata del violoncello barocco e delle Suites di Bach

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Meet Theresia: Pantea Moshfegh

May 17, 2019

Meet violinist Pantea Moshfegh, a period instrument enthusiast and one of the newest member of Theresia: “It’s a very pleasant feeling to make music with so many great musicians who have the same passion for music.”

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Meet Theresia: Irina Fârtat

May 8, 2019

Violist and violinist Irina Fârtat is one of the youngest in Theresia: she is 23 years old, and she’s just started her experience in Theresia playing in Lodi and Mantua. Let’s find more about her.

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Meet Theresia: Camilo Arias

April 28, 2019

Let’s meet violinist Camilo Arias, one of the six musicians joining Theresia for the first time

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Meet Theresia: Sophie Simpson

February 6, 2019

“I like working with Theresia because I have met some wonderful musicians with whom I have so much in common, and who inspire me to think and play in different ways. Above all, I have made some great new friends who I hope to remain in contact with forever. Working regularly with the same group of musicians from all over the world is an opportunity I haven’t had through any other ensemble.”

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