Renaissance music concert
Kliczków Castle 31.7.2020, 20:00
The Pearl 1.8.2020, 17:00
Free entrance. Donations are appreciated.
Denise Reynoard, Soprano (France / Mexiko)
Magdalena Pikuła, Soprano (Poland)
Joanna Reithmeier, Soprano (Germany)
Irena Piórecka, Soprano (Poland)
Magdalena Trzcionkowska, Mezzo-soprano (Poland)
Natalia Olczak, Harpsichord (Poland)
Enrique Gomez-Cabrero Fernandez, conductor – Baroque violin (Spain)
Luzzasco Luzzaschi (1545-1607)
Madrigali a 3 voci
O dolcezz’ amarissime d’amore
Troppo ben può questo tiranno Amore
T´amo, mia vita
Non sa che sia dolore
Occhi del pianto mio cagione
Madrigali a 2 voci
Non é di gentil core
O come sei gentile
Io son pur vezzosa pastorella
O viva fiamma
Io mi son giovinetta
Madrigali a una voce
Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Ohimé ch’io cado
Si dolce é il tormento
Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677)
L´ Eraclito amoroso
The concert concludes a Renaissance music workshop led by conductor Enrique Gomez-Cabrero Fernandez. The Madrigals of the Italian Renaissance composers Luzzasco Luzzaschi, Claudio Monteverdi and Barbara Strozzi will be presented.
Madrygał is a small form of vocal music from which opera is derived. Owned in Italy during XVI-XVII. century, composers revived the ancient theater by creating “recitar cantando” (recitation by singing). It was the beginning of opera, one of the most popular musical genres of all times.
The artists participating in the concert are graduates of the Music Academies in Warsaw, Krakow, Leipzig and Catalonia and belong to the young talents of the early music scene in Poland and Europe.
Moderation: Eleni Ioannidou, Artistic Director of Academia Ars Augusta.
The workshop is conducted by: Enrique Gomez-Cabrero Fernandez – born in Madrid and graduated from the Baroque violin class at the Koninklijk Conservatorium in The Hague, The Netherlands. He studied and participated in master classes with the best early music specialists, such as Enrico Gatti, Hiro Kurosaki, François Fernandez, Elisabeth Walfisch, Mira Glodeanu and Ton Koopman.
During his career, he played with many bands, including La Ritirata, Banchetto Musicale and Baroque Orchestra of the Netherlands. He was a concertmaster and soloist in Contrasto Armónico many times, with whom he has recorded over 10 albums. He was also invited as concertmaster in Concerto Barocco and Damascus Baroque Soloists, and as a soloist in the Capella Enrico Stuart group in Rome. He has performed in the best concert halls, festivals, radio and television in Europe, America and the Middle East. He regularly teaches at summer early music courses in the Czech Republic, Poland and Canada, and was also invited as a guest teacher to the Damascus Conservatory. He is the founder and artistic director of the La Villanesca ensemble and conducts the Lausitzer Barockensemble ensemble.
Organizer – Ars-Augusta e.V. Association Görlitz-Zgorzelec (www.ars-augusta.org)
Media partner – Proanima.pl