Nicholas Kraemer (Harpsichordist and Conductor)

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Nicholas Kraemer (b. 7 March 1945, in Edinburgh, Scotland) is a British harpsichordist and conductor. Kraemer began his career as a harpsichordist. From playing continuo (on a harpsichord) at the back of an orchestra he proceeded to the front where he began directing from the harpsichord, notably the English Chamber Orchestra in the 1970s, where his repertoire widened, taking in the 19th and 20th centuries as well as Baroque music.

Kraemer has served as Artistic Director of the Irish Chamber Orchestra, the London Bach Orchestra, the music program of the Bath Festival and the English Touring Opera (then Opera 80). He founded and directed the Raglan Baroque Players. From 1971 to 1988 he was musical director of the W11 Opera children's opera, which he co-founded.[1] He currently holds the positions of Principal Guest Conductor of the Manchester Camerata, Principal Guest Conductor of Music of the Baroque, Chicago and Permanent Guest Conductor of Orchester Musikkollegium Winterthur.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1994 L'arte del violino Pietro Antonio Locatelli; Raglan Baroque Players, Nicholas Kraemer, Elizabeth Wallfisch 2
1995 Cello Concerti, Volume 1: RV 389, 399, 404, 406, 410, 419 Antonio Vivaldi; City of London Sinfonia, Nicholas Kraemer, Raphael Wallfisch 1
1998 Rodelinda Handel; Raglan Baroque Players, Nicholas Kraemer 1
1999 La Cetra Vivaldi; Monica Huggett, Raglan Baroque Players, Nicholas Kraemer 1
Die Konzerte für 3 und 4 Cembali Johann Sebastian Bach; Trevor Pinnock, Kenneth Gilbert, Lars Ulrik Mortensen, Nicholas Kraemer, The English Concert 1

Album + Live

Year Title Artist RatingReleases
2009 BBC Music, Volume 17, Number 11: Symphonies Nos. 22, 26, 67 & 80 Joseph Haydn; BBC Philharmonic, Nicholas Kraemer 1

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