New Live Video recordings with Petri/Hannibal Duo uploaded.
10 October 2017
The live recordings are from a concert in Slangerup Church in June, and the repertoire are from the new CD "Garden Party"!
International release of GARDEN PARTY
01 September 2017
It is a great pleasure to announce the release of Petri/Hannibal Duo`s 25 years anniversary CD "Garden Party" with character pieces. The composeres are, Carl Nielsen, Edvard Grieg, Asger Lund Christiansen, Edouard Lalo, Lars Hannibal and an Ancient Chinese tune.
End of Petri/Hannibal Duo Summer Tour
02 August 2017
Yesterday Petri/Hannibal Duo finished their Summer Concert Tour to Danish Churches. The Duo played 15 concerts in Danish Churches in July, as part of the Duo`s 25 Years Anniversary! It was a great pleasure to play these concerts, and to feel the support from the huge audience all over Denmark.
Petri/Hannibal Duo 25 Years Annivesary Album just finished
27 June 2017
Yesterday Petri/Hannibal Duo`s 25 Years Anniversary Album "Garden Party" was uploaded for Sonopress. The repertoire is character pieces by Nielsen, Grieg, Lalo, Christiansen, Weiliang and Hannibal. The music on the album represent some of the pieces that we have played during these 25 years around in the world. The international release will be September 2017
Petri/Hannibal Duo new Recording
02 March 2017
Tonight Petri/Hannibal Duo will finish a new recording that celebrates their 25 years Anniversary.
Composers are Lalo, Nielsen, Grieg, Asger Lund Christiansen, Weliang and Hannibal
Petri/Hannibal Duo German Tour Begins
Dec 8 2013
Petri/Hannibal now Radio Hosts on Radio Klassisk in Denmark!
30 September 2012
Every Sunday Morning from 9 - 12 you can hear Michala Petri and Lars Hannibal as Radio hosts on Radio Klassisk in Denmark. The programme is called "Barokkeri",- and the focus is baroque music, but there will also be a lot of other popular classical music.
Baroque Virtuoso on the CD Hot List at Baker & Taylor for February
03 February 2012
Michala Petri (recorder) and Lars Hannibal (archlute) present here a winning program of arrangements based on works by baroque composers both familiar (Bach, Corelli, Handel) and less so (Vitali, Chedeville). Petri's virtuosity is legendary, and over the course of a 40-year career she has lost not a step. Hannibal is an equally skillful accompanist, and the program is a delight. (RA)