Place
ICE Kraków Congress Centre
Marii Konopnickiej 17

During the conquest of the Americas, Spanish and Portuguese priests transplanted their tradition of polyphonic music to the New World mainly through Jesuit monasteries and cathedrals. For the Argentinian conductor Leonardo Garcia Alarcón, the music of this period is a fascinating field worth researching and exploring. In the final concert of the Misteria Paschalia 2021 Festival we will hear a combination of sacred and secular musical works, which resounded in the New World in the first years of the Baroque period.


Programme:

Juan de Araujo (ca. 1648–1712)
Salve Regina

Gaspar Fernandes (ca. 1570–1629)
A Belén me llego, tío

Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco (1644–1728)
Desvelado dueño mío

Juan de Araujo (ca. 1648–1712)
Vaya de gira

Francisco Correa de Araujo (1584–1654)
Magnificat

Mateo Flecha (1481–1553)
La bomba

Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548–1611)
Salve Regina

Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco (1644–1728)
A este sol peregrino

Diego José de Salazar (ca. 1660–1709)
Salga el torillo hosquillo

Alfonsina y el mar (music Ariel Ramírez, lyrics Félix Luna, 1969)

El arado (music and lyrics Victor Jara, 1966)


Artists:

Mariana Flores – soprano
Leandro Marziotte –  countertenor
Emiliano Gonzalez-Toro – counternetor
Matteo Bellotto (IT) – bass
Namur Chamber Choir
Cappella Mediterranea  – ensemble
Leonardo García Alarcón– conductor

 

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