Arvo Pärt

CNDM and the University of Salamanca premiere one coencargo to Arvo Pärt

On Sunday 18 February at 20.30 hours, in the Fonseca Chapel of the University of Salamanca, the Ars Nova Copenhagen Danish team led by Paul Hillier, worldwide premiere the work the National Center for Music Dissemination and the University of Salamanca have jointly commissioned the famous Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, precursor of sacred minimalist music. In this concert, included within the activities planned to commemorate the eighth centenary of the institution …. text complete

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La Grande Chapelle

Albert Recasens and La Grande Chapelle

On the occasion of the tercentenary of the death of Sebastian Duron, La Grande Chapelle retrieves a series of works from his extensive production in the vernacular sacred, composed for the Royal Chapel, of which he was organist and teacher. The team led by Albert Recasens work offers a choice selection of religious romance solo pieces dedicated to the Blessed. An opportunity to continue learning this fascinating composer who lived between the …. text complete

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Lina Tur Bonet

The violin Lina Tur Bonet in Salamanca with CNDM

In 1747, Bach visited his son Carl Philipp Emanuel in Potsdam, residence of Frederick the Great, who, connoisseur of Fame old master as an improviser, She offered him a theme on which Bach improvised on the spot, leaving amazed everyone present. And Leipzig, the composer used the royal theme as the basis for a series of charges and ricercares (plus a sonata) which is one of the highlights of their work …. text complete

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Carlos Mena

Concert of the Academy of Ancient Music USAL

Since the end of the Renaissance, the musical treatises of the Lutheran orbit speak of poetic Music, letter giving nature an anthropological orientation. In this program the Concento of Bozes, a new musical and educational project born at the Academy of Ancient Music USAL under the leadership of Carlos Mena, It offers an anthology of this process in Germany in the first half of XVII: a veritable bouquet of masterpieces …. text complete

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Collegium Vocale - Gent

Collegium Vocale Gent in Salamanca

In his tour of the former German tradition of Bach, Philippe Herreweghe deepens long in a crucial work of the seventeenth century, Israelisbrünnlein (The source of Israel), a collection of spiritual madrigals 5 voices and Johann Schein continuum published in 1623 and which reflected the new spirit of the Italian madrigal encouraged by avant-garde composers of the turn of the century. With his Collegium Vocale Gent, Herreweghe rescan the thousand symbolic and rhetorical twists and turns of music …. text complete

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Fahmi Alqhai

Accademia del Piacere and Nuria Rial pay tribute to Sebastian Duron

On the third anniversary of the death of the master of the Spanish Royal Chapel Sebastian Duron, the Academy of Pleasure, the prestigious Sevillian group led by Fahmi violagambista Alqhai, It meets with soprano Nuria Rial tarraconense to pay tribute to the composer with a program that contextualizes its production of music for theater (arias and shades drawn from zarzuelas and operas) when placed in relation to one of the most brilliant Italian masters of his generation, Giovanni Bononcini, and the premiere of a canon of musicologist Alvaro Torrente. Fahmi Alqhai is considered today as one …. text complete

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Marta Almajano

Marta Almajano, tribute to Sebastian Duron

Aragon soprano Marta Almajano, along with Juan Carlos Rivera, Mike Fentross the Ventura Rico, They are all authentic living memory of the best Spanish early music, so his tribute to the 300 years after the death of Sebastian Duron presents exciting. The program focuses on human tones delicious who was organist and master of the Spanish Royal Chapel, although it also includes a sung the Blessed, all it contextualized with music for guitar and theorbo. Tuesday 18 …. text complete

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Baroque orchestra

Concert of the Baroque Orchestra of the University of Salamanca

It would be difficult to find two writers whose work has inspired so much music as Cervantes and Shakespeare. Between 1650 Y 1750 written dozens of operas, suites or ballets based on works by English playwright, or the adventures of Don Quixote. The baroque and gallant aesthetic feel hopelessly attracted to these characters and storylines, full of affection, ambushes identities or delusional fantasies. This concert is plotted as a meeting of all in music, a journey in which music becomes representation of characters that are a substantial part of our mythology. founded …. text complete

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La Grande Chapelle

CNDM presents the fourth season “Salamanca Barroca”

Following the success of previous editions, “Salamanca Barroca” faces this season 2016/17 consolidated as "a unique meeting point in the field of musical historicist interpretation in our country", García-Bernalt explained at a press conference, while he is stressing his firm "commitment to the recovery of musical heritage, consolidation repertoire, promotion of projects related to the Iberian historical music and revision of European Baroque, all in a …. text complete

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