Except from being a soloist, Eleonore Pameijer is a dedicated chamber musician.
She performs in many duo’s, trio’s and quartets:
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & DARIO MACALUSO-GUITAR
Romantic and virtuoso music by Italian composers:
Rossini, Paganini, Carulli, Giuliani, Moretti and Molino
Dario Macaluso and Eleonore have been playing together for 10 years.
Since Dario lives in Italy the concert tours alternate between Italy and The Netherlands
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & ERIKA WAARDENBURG-HARP
Eleonore and Erika enjoy playing classical repertoire by Bach, Mozart, Spohr, Fauré, Debussy and Ravel. They made a CD with romantic music by Gabriel Fauré and the CD ‘Reprise’ with works by dutch composers Marius Flothuis, Hendrik Andriessen, Lex van Delden, Theo Smit Sibinga,
Karel Mengelberg and Henk Badings
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & RALPH ROUSSEAU-GAMBA
The sound of Eleonore’s wooden flute matches very well with the delicate sound of Ralph’s
gamba. On the repertoire Sonatas by J.S. Bach, Count Unico Willem van Wassenaer, Jacques
Hotteterre and Antonio Vivaldi. New pieces for the Duo are written by Joseph Landers and Frank van Gompel.
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & MARCEL WORMS-PIANO
Eleonore and Marcel have been a successful duo for more then ten years.
They worked together in the ‘Six Continents Project’. For this project many composers
from all over the world composed new works for flute and piano. Listen to the CD ‘Spanning the Globe’. Marcel and Eleonore also brought a program with works by forgotten composers, persecuted during WWII, listen to the CD ‘Treasures’.
The duo went on tour to the USA, Israel, Kosovo, Sri Lanka, Slovenia, Bosnia, Macedonia, Brazil, Argentina, India, the Baltic States, France, Germany and the Ukraine.
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & ANDREI BANCIU-PIANO
Compositions by Bach, Donizetti, Schumann, Schubert, Debussy, Enescu and Golestan.
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & MARIANNE BOER-PIANO
Compositions by Martinu, Prokofiev, Enescu, Schulhoff and Tansman. Listen to the CD Between Danube and Volga.
DUO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & BART VAN OORT-FORTEPIANO
A ‘Mozart special’ with Mozart’s great sonata’s and music by Jan Ladislav Dussek
TRIO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE, BURKHARD MAISS-VIOLIN, BOGDAN JIANU-CELLO
Classical Chamber Music: trio’s by Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and Tscherepnin
TRIO IRENE MAESSEN-SOPRANO, ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE & REINILD MEES-PIANO
This elegant trio presents the Parisian Salon, performing late 18th century and early 20th century french composers: Reynaldo Hahn, Gabriel Fauré, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel, Erik Satie,
Francis Poulenc and the beautiful compositions by Cécile Chaminade.
A program with a light touch: parijsesalon.wordpress.com
TRIO ELEONORE PAMEIJER-FLUTE, STEPHAN HEBER-CELLO, MARTIJN WILLERS-PIANO
Eleonore, Stephan and Martijn enjoy playing together in an ensemble with a wind instrument, a string instrument and a keyboard instrument. This can make the sound of a small orchestra.
The repertoire for flute, cello and piano gives the ensemble a great variety. On the program we have:
Three Trio’s by Joseph Haydn, the virtuoso Trio ‘Schöne Minka’ by J.N. Hummel, the romantic Trio
opus 63 by Carl Maria von Weber (including Schäfers Klage), Pièce Romantique and Aquarelles by the french composer Philippe Gaubert, Trio 49B by Hans Gál, Romanian Melody by dutch composer Dick Kattenburg and the virtuoso Trio (1944) by Bohuslav Martinu.
QUARTET The Jacques Thibaud Ensemble
The Jacques Thibaud Ensemble: Eleonore Pameijer-flute, Burkhard Maiss-violin, Hannah Strijbos-viola, Bogdan-Jianu-cello, Andrei Banciu-piano. www.jacques-thibaud-ensemble.com
This ensemble is a collaboration between the Dutch flutist Eleonore Pameijer, the Romanian pianist Andrei Banciu and the Jacques Thibaud Trio from Berlin. Following several years of successful performances on international podiums, these well-known musicians decided to form a permanent ensemble.The goal of the ensemble is to regularly present the best of the well-known chamber music literature next to lesser-known and forgotten masterpieces from the past and the present.
The formation of the ensemble creates endless musical possibilities that, in carefully chosen programs, extend from solo works to large ensemble.
Contemporary works, with the ensemble working intensely with the composer, will often compliment the classical programs. Another point of concentration will be works by those composers who were persecuted during the Second World War and never received the attention of the musical world they, because of their talent, rightfully deserved.
The founders of the ensemble, Eleonore Pameijer, Burkhard Maiß, Bogdan Jianu and Andrei Banciu have all established their reputations through successful performances throughout Europe, Asia, Scandinavia, South America, the United States and Canada. They could be heard in such famous venues as the Wigmore Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Concertgebouw, the Mozarteum, Maison de Radio France and the Berlin Philharmonie.