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Sophie Watillon Background information Born Namur, Belgium, December 7, 1965 Died Namur, Belgium, August 31, 2005 Genres Early music Baroque Occupations Viola da gamba-player Instruments Viola da gamba Sophie Watillon (December 7, 1965 – August 31, 2005) was born in Namur, Belgium to a musical family. During her young life, the viola da gamba-soloist gained international fame with refined and sensitive solo interpretations of Early Music and Baroque compositions for viola da gamba. At the age of sixteen, she began studying music with Philippe Pierlot in Maastricht, and then further with Wieland Kuijken in Brussels and with Paolo Pandolfo at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, Basel. Beside her solo career, Watillon was a permanent member of Hesperion XXI, La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Le Concert des Nations of Jordi Savall. She played with various ensembles such as Il Seminario Musicale, Cantus Cölln, Le Poème Harmonique, Ricercar Consort, Stylus Phantasticus. Contents 1 Academic career 2 Recordings 2.1 Recordings with Ricercar Consort 2.2 Recordings done under the direction of Sophie Watillon 2.3 Recordings with Le Poème Harmonique 2.4 Recordings with Stylus Phantasticus 3 References // Academic career Professor viola da gamba Escola Superior de Musica de Catalunya, Barcelona Recordings (labels: Alpha - Summit records - Ligia Digital - Ricercar - Cyprès) Recordings with Philippe Herreweghe Numerous recordings with Hesperion XXI, La Capella Reial de Catalunya and Le Concert des Nations, Jordi Savall Recordings with Ricercar Consort 1988 : Deutsche Barock Kantaten (III) (Schein, Tunder, Buxtehude) 1989 : Deutsche Barock Kantaten (V) (Hammerschmidt, Selle Schein, Schütz, Tunder, Weckmann, Lübeck) 1989 : Motets à deux voix of Henri Dumont 1992 : Die familie Bach (with Collegium Vocale and Capella Sancti Michaelis) 1995 : Matthäus Passion (1672) of Johann Sebastiani (Deutsche Barock Kantaten XI) Recordings done under the direction of Sophie Watillon 1994 : The Art of the Viola bastarda, song and dance in music for viol in Italy Ortiz: Improvisations and Recercadas on La Folia, Doulce mémoire, The Passamezzo Antico, The Passamezzo Moderno Sandrin: Doulce mémoire Ruffa: La Danza, La Piva, La Gamba Rore: Ancor che co'l partire Dalla Casa: Rognoni Bassani: Cosi le chiome Bonizzi: Hellas comment Selma Y Salaverde: Vestiva i colli Corelli: Sonata La Follia, op. 5, no. 12 2000 : Pièces de viole - Pièces de Théorbe of Nicolas Hotman 2003 : Marin Marais - La Rêveuse, & Autres Pièces de Viole Recordings with Le Poème Harmonique 1999 : L'Humaine Comédie of Estienne Moulinié 2002 : Le Consert des Consorts of Pierre Guédron Recordings with Stylus Phantasticus 2001 : Zeichen im Himmel of Philipp Heinrich Erlebach References Abeille Info Alpha records Proxi-Liège Société Française de Viole Persondata Name Watillon, Sophie Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 7, 1965 Place of birth Date of death August 31, 2005 Place of death