Included in Siglo XX-XXI at CNDM program, reinterpreting Victoria's music, and including two premieres: one dedicated to MRB for their 25th anniversary, and the recovery of a work by Alfredo Aracil composed for the group in its tenth anniversary.
Works by T. L. de Victoria, a composer who has always accompanied them since its beginning in 1991. Apart from Victoria, they will sing an anonymous work of the XVI century devoted to Santa Eulalia, recovered by the musicologist Emili Ros-Fabregas for this occasion, and preserved at Biblioteca de Catalunya.
Ars Nova Choir from Salamanca offers, in the wake of the commemoration of the V Centenary of the birth of Santa Teresa, a concert entirely composed with music by Victoria. Titled In Search of Santa Teresa, the concert will take place at the Cathedral of Ávila, with free admission with limited capacity.
The choir will sing at this time under the direction of Nacho Rodriguez, with Laura Puerto as organist, and will be attended by Rosa Nunez-Hoyo in the recitation of texts.
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The Choir of Valladolid Musicalia debuts its "Tinieblas" project on Saturday 21 March at 20:30 in the Church of San Pablo in Palencia.
The project is composed of the eighteen Responsorios for Easter by Tomas Luis de Victoria, which will be played in a semi-staged version. The project will also be represented in Valladolid, on Monday 23 March at 20:30 in the Church of San Miguel, and in Torrelavega (Cantabria ) on Saturday March 28 at 20:45 in the Church of the Assumption.
The musical direction will be held by Ignacio Nieto Miguel and the stage direction by Jaime Rodriguez.
Within the "Festival de Semana Santa", and among other concerts by the Camerata Antonio Soler or The Tempest Ensemble, the british singers will give a concert with music by Victoria, Vivanco, Ribera and Navarro, with the narration of texts by Saint Teresa in the voice of the actress Blanca Portillo.
The Chamber Choir Madrid of Madrid hosts its Third Course of Vocal Technique and Choral Chant, focusing on Spanish Renaissance polyphony, and with a large presence of the music of Tomás Luis de Victoria.
Among the professors, David Mason, Francisco Ruiz Montes, and our collaborator Ana Sabe.
Abvlensis has the pleasure of to have in its third edition an interpretation course taught by The Hilliard Ensemble, a last lecture that summarizes forty years of excellence, culminating in a public concert: Ultima Lectio.