In summer 2019, Dominika Maszczynska and Juliette Giovacchini formed Duo Reminiscence at the Royal
College of Music out of a common passion for historical performance and chamber music-making.
Having a fascination for the chamber music of Beethoven and his contemporaries, Dominika and Juliette
have explored repertoire of the 18th and 19th centuries for cello and fortepiano. Recent performances
have featured Beethoven's cello sonatas in celebration of the composer's anniversary in 2020. Previously
supported by the Charles Colt Scholarship, Dominika has been awarded with the Fellowship in Historical
Keyboards at the RCM for two consecutive years 2020/2021 and 2022. She has performed as both, a
soloist and continuo player with RCM Baroque Orchestra, National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra,
Zabrze Philharmonic and was a semifinalist of the prestigious Musica Antiqua Competition in Bruges in
2019. Since graduating from the RCM with distinction in both historical and modern cello, Juliette has
directed her career towards chamber music and orchestral performance. As a member of ensembles
including the Gustav Mahler Jugendorchester she has appeared in prestigious venues including the Royal
Albert Hall, Musikverein Vienna, and Concertgebouw Amsterdam. In 2020, she performed the
Brandenburg Concertos with the RCM Baroque Orchestra and appeared in chamber music performances
at Buckingham Palace.
In 2021 the Duo Reminiscence had the privilege to take part in the ‘Beethoven in his time’ competition in
Siegburg, and they were honored to be semi-finalists.
Their latest performances include a recording for an online concert at Hatchlands Park National Trust
which was broadcast in August 2021.
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