“Christopher Palameta is to be commended … for presenting another excellent set of performances. His ensemble is intimately familiar with the style; they allow the music to move and breathe in its own natural pace. We eagerly look forward to more in this series.”
– Early Music America Magazine
Notturna ensemble returns with the third volume in its Sonate de camera series devoted to the music of Johann Gottlieb Janitsch (1708 to 1763). Under the direction of oboist Christopher Palameta, Notturna’s “spirited and sensitive playing” (Early Music America Magazine) draws on the transparency and expressiveness of early wind instruments to paint fresh pictures of unexplored historical repertoire. In collaboration with ATMA Classique and the Scottish publishing house Prima la musica!, the ensemble has cultivated a unique rapport with the music of Johann Gottlieb Janitsch.