Lene Langballe

studied recorder at the Royal Academy of Music in Copenhagen with Vicki Boeckman and graduated from The Civica Scuola in Milan (Italy) with Pedro Memelsdorff. She discovered the cornett and continued her studies at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Basel, studying recorder with Conrad Steinmann and cornetto with Bruce Dickey.


Lene has performed with numerous ensembles such as Concerto Copenhagen, Alta Punta, Musica Fiorita, Ars


Nova among others, and appears on several recordings. In 2003 she founded ensemble Authentia, her own platform for music from the renaissance and baroque.


Lene teaches recorder and performance practice at the Academy of Music in Copenhagen.

Roberto Falcone

studied violin at the Conservatory in Lugano (Switzerland) with Carlo Chiarappa and specialized in baroque violin at the Civica Scoula in Milan with Enrico Gatti.

Roberto has collaborated with several ensembles of early music such as Sonatori della Gioiosa Marca, Akademia, La Fenice, and others, and appears on many recordings with well known labels like Erato, Sony, EMI.



In 2003 he created ensemble Authentia, his own platform for early music and has performed many concerts.

Roberto teaches violin at the music school in Nykøbing Falster, Denmark and has taught several masterclasses.


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