Ensemble Molière
NEMA award 2020

Ensemble Molière have gained a reputation as an established early music ensemble. Their unique combination of instruments provides memorable and creative programmes from the repertoire of the 17th and 18th centuries, all performed on historical instruments. Ensemble Molière are active throughout the UK and Europe and have given performances at venues and festivals such as the London Festival of Baroque Music at St John’s Smith Square, the MAfestival fringe in Brugge and the Oudemuziek fringe in Utrecht, as well as the live performances on BBC Radio3 In Tune. In 2017, the ensemble were selected as a finalists for the International Young Artists Competition at the York Early Music Festival, and premiered their first cross-arts opera project Pygmalion (Rameau), funded by Arts Council England and supported by Stroud Green Festival and Brighton Early Music Festival. They have recorded their first EP, a collection of French baroque dance movements entitled 'Dance Sweets', which is available to buy online and at concerts. Ensemble Molière is Making Music Selected Artist 2019-2020