Sébastien Marcq belongs to the small group of soloists on his
instrument. He studied the recorder with Marijke Miessen, Kees Boeke
and Walter van Hauwe in the Netherlands, where he obtained the diploma
of Uitvoerend Musicus in 1985.
In 1984, he obtained the first prize at the Concours Musica Antiqua in Bruges with [the ensemble] Lous Landes Consort. As the first flutist [i.e.: recorder player] since 1997 of Les Arts Florissants (directed by William Christie), he performs with the most renowned early music ensembles (Marc Minkowski, Christophe Rousset, Gérard Lesne, Pierre Hantaï).
The fifty or so CDs in which he has participated include recordings for the Naïve label: Maskes & Fantazies (English 17th-C music), Essercizii Musici (Chamber Music by Telemann), Der Fluyten Lust-Hof (Dutch music by Jakob van Eyck, 17th C), Sonate a Flauto, Violino e Basso by Bach, all of them praised in critical reviews. The concerti for recorder by Vivaldi with the ensemble Matheus were released in October 2002.
Sébastien Marq is equally interested in contemporary music and in improvisation, in orchestra directing and in education. He regularly gives masterclasses in Israel and Germany, in the Netherlands and Japan. He has been a professor at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague since 1997.
Michel Godard & Ursula S.Yeo: Alte und zeitgenössische Musik, kostbare Düfte aus Vergangenheit und Gegenwart – ein Traum von Zeitlosigkeit.
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