Patrícia Vintém, portuguese harpsichordist, began her violin and harpsichord’s studies at her hometown Viana do Castelo (Portugal).
She concluded in 2009 her harpsichord bachelor degree in Lisbon at the Escola Superior de Música tutored by Ana Mafalda Castro. Yet, the desire to cross borders and seek more knowledge and experience in the field of Early Music led her in that same year to The Netherlands, where she concluded in 2013 the bachelor degree under the guidance of Jacques Ogg and the master’s in 2015 with Fabio Bonizzoni on the main subject – Harpsichord.
She recorded CD’s with label such as Ambronay, Musica Ficta and Snakewood Editions.
She is co-founder of the independent recording label and publishing house: Snakewood Editions.
Currently, she is enrolled at the Codarts University for the Arts, undertaking the master in Arts (Music) Therapy.
David Alonso-Molina (Spain), graduated in piano and violin at the Conservatorio Superior de Música “Joaquín Rodrigo” of Valencia. Bachelor’s Degree in Early Music at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague, with violin as main subject and natural trumpet as minor. Afterwards he obtained a Master’s Degree in violin and viola at the Early Music Department of the Hoogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht. Additionally he has done ensemble-singing studies. Further interest in historically informed pedagogy and bow-making.
He is a founding member of La Academia de los Nocturnos and Cantores Sancti Gregorii. He plays and sings with groups such as Les Esprits Animaux, Ensemble Odyssee, La Danserye, Musica Poetica, Toronto Classical Consort, Concerto d’Amsterdam, Bach Orchestra of the Netherlands, Concerto Barocco, Clarini Ensemble, Contrasto Armonico, Stile Galante, etc. He has toured all over Europe, Japan and Canada, performing in festivals like La Folle Journée, Ambronay, Ghent, Brugges, Dag van La Petite Band, Nüremberg, Calasparra, Fringe Utrecht and Sint-Truiden. He has recorded CD’s for Armonia Mundi, Pan Classics and Brilliant Classics.