G.F. Handel Dixit Dominus (HWV232) A. Vivaldi Concerto “L’inverno” (winter) (opus 8 nummer 4, RV297) in f mineur uit ‘Le quattro stagioni’ (de vier jaargetijden) A.Vivaldi Magnificat (RV610) A. Corelli Concerto …
Tomoe Badiarova, a Japanese violinist, stands as a distinguished figure in the world of period performance. She is celebrated for her exceptional versatility, shining as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral leader. Her repertoire spans from the Early Baroque to the Late Romantic era, and she excels on both Baroque and Romantic violins, as well as the viola and violoncello da spalla.
Based in The Hague, The Netherlands, Tomoe’s (pronounced Toh-Moh-Eh) schedule for the 2023/24 concert season is filled with performances across the Netherlands. A vital member of various Dutch and European ensembles, Tomoe has graced the stage as the concertmaster of the Bremer Barockorchester (BBO). As a soloist, she contributed to the highly acclaimed album ‘BACH to the Roots!’, showcasing the rarely performed virtuosic J.S. Bach’s violin concerto BWV1052R.
Her ensemble, Les Esprits Animaux, achieved an extraordinary feat by winning all four prizes at the Van Wassenaer Competition in 2016, including the 1st prize, press awards, youth awards, and early music season awards.
Recently, Tomoe took the lead as the leader of the 2nd orchestra and as a soloist in J.S. Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, collaborating with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra under the direction of Ton Koopman, recorded live for Dutch national TV. Her collaboration with the ensemble Los Temperamentos, highlighted her talents on both the violin and the rare violoncello da spalla as a Basso Continuo in the captivating album, “Entre Dos Tiempos” (2019).
Tomoe has shared the stage with luminaries such as Ton Koopman and the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Sigiswald Kuijken and La Petite Band, the Lutherse Bach Ensemble under Tymen Jan Bronda, Ensemble Postscript led by Artem Belogurov, PRJCT Amsterdam with Maarten Engletjes, Apollo Ensemble with David Rabinovich, Ensemble Odyssee led by Andrea Friggi, and Ensemble Corvento with Erik Bosgraaf, among others.