Снимка на Алексис Косенко

Born in Nice, Alexis Kossenko performs as a soloist with Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester BerlinStockholm Philharmonic OrchestraConcerto CopenhagenEnsemble MatheusPhilharmonie der NationenLa Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du RoyConcert d’Astrée, StradivariaBarokksolisteneB’RockLe Cercle de l’HarmonieLa Chambre PhilharmoniqueModo AntiquoLe Concert LorrainHolland Baroque SocietyHelsinki Baroque Orchestra, in a repertoire ranging from Vivaldi to Khachaturian including Mozart concertos on tour with Emmanuel Krivine. He therefore recently performed in Berlin Philharmonie, Stockholm Philharmonie, Moscow Philharmonie, Franz Liszt Concert Hall in Budapest, Wigmore Hall and Royal Albert Hall in London, Mozarteum Salzburg, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées and Salle Gaveau in Paris, Opéra Royal and Chapelle Royale in Versailles, Ton- Halle in Zürich, Bruges and Amsterdam Concertgebouw.

Fine connaisseur of all the historical forms of his instrument, Alexis Kossenko plays as well on the modern flute (he was awarded from Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in the class of Alain Marion) as well as on baroque flute, classical and romantic flutes, and recorder.

From 2004 till 2018, he was is 1st solo flautist of La Chambre Philharmonique (dir. Emmanuel Krivine), and now has the same position in Orchestre des Champs-Elysées (dir. Philippe Herreweghe), Gli Angeli Genève (Stephan MacLeod), Le Concert Spirituel (Hervé Niquet).

He recorded several flute concertos albums : Nielsen, Haydn, Touchemoulin, the complete concertos by CPE Bach (Choc de Classica), Vivaldi (Editor’s Choice de Gramophone), Telemann (Choc de Classica), Tartini (Choc de Classica) and the complete Telemann Parisian Quartets.

As a conductor, Alexis Kossenko awas invited by European Union Baroque OrchestraB’RockLe Concert d’AstréeHolland Baroque SocietyArte dei Suonatori, {oh!} Orkiestra HistorycznaSinfonia Iuventus, La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy, JOA (Jeune Orchestre de l’Abbaye) ; But it is at the head of Orchestra Les Ambassadeurs that he undertakes his most significant projects, such as researches on the Dresden Orchestra, intense work on Rameau, Purcell, Mozart, Rossini, and a large-scale project of complete performance of Bach cantatas.

The CDs that he recorded with Les Ambassadeurs got an impressive amount of praises and awards : Gramophone mentioned « Les Ambassadeurs’ fabulous playing » about their Vivaldi « Concerti per l’Orchestra di Dresda » (Alpha) while the Rameau album for Erato (with Sabine Devieilhe) got a Diapason d’Or de l’année 2014, Diamant de l’Opéra, and the Grand prix de l’Académie Charles Cros, and is already a best-seller. More recently, we can mention a recital of Tempest arias with mezzo Blandine Staskiewicz, and a recital of sacred arias (“Cantus”) from Bach to Barber with cellist Christian-Pierre La Marca (Sony).

Among projects realized in 2015-2016, he conducted 24 successful performances of Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro, production by Galin Stoev. As guest conductor of Sinfonia Iuventus in the Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, he conducted Mendelssohn, Reinecke, and Brahms (4th Symphony and violin concerto).

In 2018-2019-2020, he conducts Le Nozze di Figaro at the Royal Danish Theater in Copenhagen, Les Paladins by Rameau in Oldenburg Theater, L’Etoile by Chabrier in Atelier Lyrique de Tourcoing. He is also invited by Holland Baroque (Lully and Molière), Lviv Baroque Orchestra (Ukraine), Ensemble Arion (Canada), and will conduct JOA in a Mendelssohn programme. He will perform Mozart G major flute concerto with Gli Angeli and Molique concerto with JOA, Tartini, Vivaldi and CPE Bach concertos with Les Ambassadeurs. With Les Ambassadeurs he will conduct Platée by Rameau, Cosi fan tutte by Mozart, Poro by Haendel and is preparing the re-cretion of Acante et Céphise by Rameau in collaboration with CMBV (Centre de Musique Baroque de Versailles), to be recorded for Warner / Erato.

From 2020-21 on, Alexis Kossenko is taking up the artistic direction of La Grande Ecurie et la Chambre du Roy, and will conduct in the next seasons Purcell (Fairy Queen), Britten (The Rape of Lucretia), Rossini (La Gazza ladra), Haendel (Tamerlano), Offenbach (La Périchole), Rameau (Les Boréades, Les Paladins), Schubert (Die Verschworen), as well as works by Mendelssohn, Bach, Schönberg, Walton, Vivaldi, etc.

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