Flow my tears (John Dowland), with Dame Emma Kirkby
Concert at the Bavarian National Museum in February 2013 (Concert Series "Between Mars and Venus").
For love every creature is born (Project Martinelli)
Artists: Joel Frederiksen (bass, archlute) and Lucie Špi?ková (mezzo-soprano)
For love every creature is born -- Henry Purcell (1659-95)
Sample from the DVD Joel Frederiksen: LIVE. Recorded in Wallenstein Palais, Prague, 2006.
Rose of Sharon, Prague Spring 2010
Ensemble Phoenix Munich performs Rose of Sharon - 100 Years of American Music: 1770-1870.
In the beautiful SS. Simon and Judah Church in Prague at the 2010 edition of the Prague Spring International Music Festival www.festival.cz, including songs of the Quakers, Shakers, and the Moravian Brethren. Available in English
Requiem for a Pink Moon
Documentary about the Program with Joel Frederiksen, Timothy Evans, Axel Wolf und Domen Marincic.
Filmatelier Vögl und Hentscher, 2014
Music of the Mayflower, Festival d'Ile de France
Ensemble Phoenix Munich performs 1621: Music of the Mayflower.
Eglise Notre-Dame de Vincennes, Festival d'Ile de France 2012.
Short documentary about the concert. Pieces by John Dowland, Jacobus Clemens non Papa, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Thomas Ravenscroft, and Thanksgiving Psalms. With the cooperation of the Nativeamerican Group "The boyz".
Ballads of Love and War, 2008
Artists: Joel Frederiksen/Ensemble Phoenix Munich and Ji?í Pavlica/Hradiš?an Ensemble.
Short documentary for the Strings of Autumn Festival in Prague, 2008 www.strunypodzimu.cz. The concert, held in Dvorak Hall of Prague's Rudolfinum (1200 seats) was a special cross-over project connecting Anglo-Saxon ballads of the Renaissance (repertoire of EPM The Elfin Knight CD) with the world of Moravian folk songs and ballads performed by the excellent Czech ensemble Hradistan.