Ars Fagoto

Theaters Canal Madrid present Ars fagoto. A journey through the Baroque, a concert played by a quartet of two bassoons, cello and key, three essential instruments of the time, which can be enjoyed on Sunday 29 October in the Green Room. It's one of the Family Concerts Music Cycle Ibercaja, a series of 8 morning concerts with which aims to bring the whole family different stories, anecdotes and curiosities through music.

The group was formed in Ars Fagoto 2016 promoted by the friendship between its members for the purpose of spreading music through the bassoon, who they are considered a great unknown. The need to raise awareness of both the instrument and its repertoire leads them to raise chamber concerts and concerts for families.

The program offers us a fascinating musical Baroque historical period as transporting the viewer to another time and connecting with present by its strength and character in the rhythms and sonorities. Three essential tools at this time, key, cello and bassoon, They are staged in interpreting representative works of the greatest composers of the period, making the bassoon from being a companion to become the most virtuous of instruments.

In its ninth edition, Ibercaja Music Series consolidates its activity while maintaining a seal of quality and innovation, directing its offer to all audiences, preserving the commitment to educational concerts and family, in an entertaining format, both, formative. Hand of JORCAM, a young project with a great connection with society, This cycle is designed to provide an opportunity for young performers, so they can share their talent and creativity.

Youth Orchestra and Choir of the Community of Madrid (JORC), in its various formations (youth Orchestra, Young and Young Child Camerata Singers and BBVA Foundation) It consists of a 370 young boys (210 instrumentalists and around 160 voices). Its main objective is to expand and develop the musical knowledge to facilitate and prepare its members for future access to professional groups. This learning is done through knowledge and practice of choral and orchestral repertoire, experience in chamber groups, comprehensive participation in artistic projects such as dance, musical theater, the opera, etc.


You gods, H. 146 / M. A. Charpentier (1643-1704)

Canon in D major, P. 37 / J. Pachelbel (1653-1706)

Concerto for two cellos / F. Couperin (1668-1733)

Sonata in E minor, TWV 41:e5 / G. P. Telemann (1681-1767)

Sonata nº 2 in F major, RV 41 / A. Vivaldi (1678-1741)

L'Orfeo / C. Monteverdi (1567-1643)

Trio Sonata in G major, BWV 1039 / J. S. Bach (1685-1750)

Trio Sonata No. 8 in G minor, Gorge 393 / G. F. Händel (1685-1759)

Folia de Spain / Anonymous

Music for the Royal Fireworks, Gorge 351 /

  1. F. Händel (1685-1759)

Arrangements and adaptations: Ars Bassoon