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François Francoeur

Ensemble Daimonion 


Diapason d’or for the violin sonatas by François Francoeur.

Anaïs Chen, Maria Gonzàlez, Daniel Rosin


Cercar la Voce

Duo l'Istante


“Anaïs Chens technische Möglichkeiten scheinen fast grenzenlos und dies paart sie mit einem warmen Klang und fantasiereicher Musikalität. Dazu gesellt sich das Cembalo- / Harpsichord-Spiel von Johannes Keller, welches perfekt zur Violine passt.” 
— Ingo Andruschkewitsch in


“mit vokaler Denkweise – lyrische, koloraturhaft virtuose Interpretationen, ausdrucksvoll in historisch bestens informierter Spielweise”

— Remy Franck im pizzicato Magazin.


works by Palestrina, Luzzaschi, Fontana, Anonymous, Scarlatti, Bach, Tartini

Duo L’Istante

Anaïs Chen, baroque violin – Johannes Keller, cembalo

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J.S. Bach

Anaïs Chen &
Alexandra Ivanova


J.S. Bach’s Sonatas for violin and cembalo obbligato.

Available here or directly at anais.chen5[at]


Discorsi delle Comete 

“This seems to be the debut recording of the Ensemble Daimonion. It could hardly have made

a better start. These young artists show an impressive technical prowess which allows them

to concentrate on an expressive interpretation of the repertoire. That has resulted in a compelling concert and this has been enhanced by an intelligent selection of pieces.”

— Johan van Veen in WebMusic International

Available at etcetera records

or on Apple Music

Discorsi delle Comete

Haydn and the Harp

Chiara Granata (harp)


By its nature, this is not a recital that reaches out and grabs you but it nevertheless provides over an hour of gentle, unexpected pleasure.

 — Gramophone Magazine, Awards Issue 2019

As further witnesses of Haydn’s penchant for the harp Chiara Granata includes in her programme a selection of folk melodies from the British Isles arranged by the composer, then (in Stendhal’s words) “full of glory and year.” Here she is joined by countertenor Raffaele Pe, violinist Anaïs Chen and cellist Marco Ceccato.

  • Release Date: 28th Jun 2019

  • Catalogue No: GCD923517

  • Label: Glossa

  • Length: 68 minutes

Available here

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