About Johanna Rose
After having performed on stages of established prestige like the Konzerthaus Viena, the Laeiszhalle and the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg, the Teatros del Canal and the Auditorio Nacional Madrid, the Gran Teatro of Bogotá, the Quirinale in Rome, the Teatro Ponchielli of Cremona, the Zaryadye Hall of Moscow or the Topcapi Palace of Istanbul, Johanna Rose has aroused the interest of the international press, who coincide in describing her as a performer of great virtuosity and sensitivity.
Johanna Rose has collaborated with groups like Il Pomo d’Oro, Tiento Nuovo (Ignacio Prego), La Venexiana, More Hispano, la Orquesta Barroca de Sevilla, la Grande Chapelle (Albert Recasens), Concerto 1700 (Daniel Pinteño), Música Prima, La Bellemont o Forma Antiqua. She has worked under the direction of Rinaldo Alessandrini, Monica Hugget, Maxim Emelyanychev and Carlos Núñez among others. She shares a long career with Accademia del Piacere (Fahmi Alqhai), with whom she has developed an intense activity all over the world: Portugal, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Poland, Switzerland, Panama, South America, The United States and Japan. Rose has participated in several recordings for the labels Deutsche Harmonia Mundi (Accademia del Piacere), Glossa (La Venexiana and Accademia del Piacere), Carpe Diem (More Hispano), Lindoro (Música Prima), Itinerant(La Bellemont) y Alqhai & Alqhai (Accademia del Piacere). Her first álbum as a soloist (Rubicon Classics 2017), which includes the three sonatas for viola da gamba by Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach, was very favorably received by the specialized press.