Dagmar Wilgo
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Dagmar Wilgo

Dagmar Wilgo performs with the recorder in all styles: early music, jazz, electronic music and avant-garde.

Dag­mar Wil­go, who stud­ied His­tor­i­cal Instru­ments, Musi­col­o­gy and Avant­garde in Düs­sel­dorf and Utrecht, is a recorder play­er who is at home in all styles. Besides play­ing with the ensem­ble she found­ed with the harp­si­chordist Natalia Spehl, Il Pri­mo Dol­cime­lo, she gives jazz con­certs like The Jazzy Recorder with pieces by the jazz clar­inetist Lajos Dudás. She col­lab­o­rates with many dif­fer­ent con­tem­po­rary composers.

She plays avant-garde elec­tron­ic music togeth­er with Andreas Kolin­s­ki “The Well-Mod­i­fied Labi­um”. The elec­troa­coustic per­for­mance takes place as dia­log between the recorder and dig­i­tal tech­niques and is impro­vi­sa­tion­al but also visu­al­ly reflect­ed in space.

Dag­mar Wilco devel­ops pro­grams for a great vari­ety of events and sit­u­a­tions. She is active as a teacher and gives inter­na­tion­al mas­ter classes