Baroque Journey | A chamber music concert by Ensemble Marquise | Nov 28th, 2021

Baroque Journey Cyprus Wine Museum

The Hungarian Early Music Ensemble Marquise will perform on November 28th, 2021 at 7 pm at The Cyprus Wine Museum in Erimi, Limassol.

The programme includes of Baroque and Classical arias and duets from such as composers as Monteverdi, Handel, Vivaldi, Mozart.

The performers are members of ensemble Marquise, Laszlo Blaskovics Countertenor – Sopranist, who established several Ensembles and Festivals as an organiser on the past 20 years. He was student of the famous and prestigious sopranos Sylvia Geszti Krisztina Laki and Csilla Ötvös and from these great singers he carries on the traditions of the belcanto technic.

Judit Felszeghy, soprano, has moved very early from Hungary to the UK in 2009 and since then has been building a growing reputation as a professional soloist and a singing teacher. Judit is the co-founder and the soprano soloist of the internationally acclaimed early music groups, Ensemble Marquise and Artistocrats. They have been working together since 2004 and have become like a musical family. 

Marta Gal Harpsichordist and Pianist will be the accompanist of the concert. She has a great carrier as harpsichordist also she was a piano professor at Liszt Academy of Budapest for 40 years.

Mariza Anastasiades, renowned Cypriot Lyric with international career, will be the guest singer of the concert.

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Maximum available tickets are 50 in number and also there is an availability to pre-buy your glass or bottle of wine and enjoy before or during the interval of the concerts.

Baroque Journey | A chamber music concert by Ensemble Marquise

Sunday | November 28th, 2021 | 19:00 | Ticket: € 10 | Children under 18 years: €5 |
The Cyprus Wine Museum, 42 Paphos Street 4630 Erimi Village, Limassol | Tel: 25873808 / 99907636 |

Ensemble Marquise a group of artists of the new generation of early music interpretors, who give alive the 18th  cultural life: music, poetry and style with a drop of sensuality.

Ensemble Marquise presents early music concerts in costume. Our repertoire is very broad, from early Baroque pieces right through to Mozart. In the concerts you can hear virtuoso and lyric arias and duets for two sopranos with the accompaniment of period instruments, as well as instrumental solos and trios. The harmonic combination of a male soprano and a coloratura soprano voice provides a refined special sound, and a unique musical experience.  The concerts evoke the atmosphere of the 17-18 century with period costumes, scenic accessories, acting and narration to complement and dramatize the musical experience, and making the performance unforgettable and extremely enjoyable. We can perform our programmes in traditional evening dress on request


Laszlo Blaskovics countertenor, male soprano and music projects organiser. He is the founder and executive manager of Blaskovics music agency: managing masterclasses, tutoring, ensembles and cultural trips. The musical aspects of his knowledge, based on 16 years organisation experiences and his professional musician and artist background. 

In the past 15 years Laszlo Blaskovics founded and designed   Ensemble Marquise and  Ensemble Artistocrats and he is successfully managing the famous Danube Conducting Masterclasses and Concerto Masterclasses.

In his musician career Laszlo Blaskovics is one of the small company of male singers specialising in the soprano register.  He studied with Prof. Sylvia Geszty, Prof. Krisztina Laki and Prof. Csilla Ötvös in Vienna and Budapest.  In 2002, László won a special prize in the 8th „Sylvia Geszty” International Coloratura Singing Contest in 2002, in Murcia, Spain. His extraordinary voice is a curiosity, its exceptional range enabling him to perform the male soprano repertoire which was so popular during the baroque period. “Laszlo has an extraordinary soprano voice, evoking the authentic sound of baroque opera.” Since 2009 he is the soloist of the English early music ensemble, Fiori Musicali as well. His most significant performances were: Handel: Messiah – soprano solo ( in Budapest), and performing on several times on famous early music festivals as: Varazdin Baroque Evening, Brezice Festival, Varna Summer Music, include of more than 500 concerts on the past 20 years.

As a teacher he begins to teach at Northamptonshire Performing and Arts Service at 2010, also he teaches in private.

Additionally as an artist he studied in Art Secondary School, than did a college course of ceramist and traditional Hungarian folk art. Later in his life he began to make drawings as Hyperrealism style.

Judit Felszeghy, soprano, was trained in the Kodály method in Budapest, Hungary. She started her musical education on the piano and the recorder, and from the age of 6 she sang in various choir schools. Later on she sang in prominent youth choirs and was a soloist in various small groups, always feeling most at home with Mediaeval, Renaissance, Baroque and Classical repertoire. She is also inspired by ancient traditional songs. Judit graduated in singing from the Leo Weiner College of Music in Budapest with distinction. She studied with famous coloratura sopranos: Prof. Sylvia Geszty, Prof. Krisztina Laki and Prof. Csilla Ötvös in Vienna and in Budapest. In England she feels very lucky to have had regular lessons with one of her early music singing idols, Dame Emma Kirkby. With Emma’s guidance and coaching Judit made her first solo CD, the “Faces”. Between 2016-2017 Judit had lessons with Christine Cairns, and recently, in 2020, Judit started having singing lessons with Alison Roddy. With her guidance and mentoring, Judit is looking forward to exploring the next stage of her career post-Covid times. 

Renowned Cypriot soprano Mariza Anastasiades received the “Grand Prix” Award at the International Singing Competition Stojan Stojanov-Gančev 2021. In 2019 she received the “Laureate Prize” with the highest score in the category ‘Professional Opera Singers’ at the Angel Voice International Singing Competition Belgrade.  As well as, the 1st Prize at the International Singing Competition organized by the Danube Symphony Orchestra in Budapest 2017.

Ms. Anastasiades has collaborated with orchestras and conductors from the Metropolitan Opera New York – Gregory Buchalter; with the Varna International Orchestra, where she sang the role of Lauretta from “Gianni Schicchi” 2019.  In 2017/18 she was part of the OpernFest Prague, where she collaborated with Richard Hein, conductor of the Prague State Opera House (Národní Divadlo).  Mariza also sang with the Danube Symphony Orchestra – Andreas Déak in Budapest, June 2017. In 2018 she performed the role of Drusilla from “L’ incoronazione di Poppea” with the Larissa Symphony Orchestra – under the baton of Christos Ktistakis.

From a very young age she has taken part in specialized master classes regarding vocal techniques, interpretation aspects, with conductors, opera singers and vocal coaches such as Barbara Frittoli, Marco Balderi, Vitalba Mosca (Italy), Claudia Visca, Sona Ghazarian(Vienna), Andrea Rost(Germany), Kassandra Dimopoulou, Aris Christofellis(Greece).

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