Musikalische Leckerbissen

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Spanische musikalische Leckerbissen

Lebhafte spanische und lateinamerikanische Barockmusik, gewürzt mit Leckerbissen aus Schokolade.

Montag 6. Juli 2015 19:00 — Altes Rathaus (Innenhof), Radnická 8, 602 00 Brno, Tschechische Republik.

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Programm

Anonym (cca. 1490)Rodrigo Martinez   (Cancionero de Palacio, E–Mp ms. 2-1-5, fol. 8)
Al alva venid, bien amigo   (Ibid., fol. 5)
Que me queréis, caballero   (Ibid., fol. 119)
Francisco de la Torre (fl. 1483 – 1504)Alta   (Ibid., fol. 223)
Luys Milán (cca. 1500 – cca. 1561)Fantasía IX de toni mixto, tercero y quarto   (Libro de musica de vihuela de mano El maestro, Valencia 1536, fol. C5v)
Luys Milán (cca. 1500 – cca. 1561)Sospiró una señora. Villancico en castellano   (Ibid., fol. H1v)
Falai miña amor. Villancico en portugués   (Ibid., fol. H3)
Alonso Mudarra (cca. 1510 – 1580)Fantasía que contrahaze el arpa a la manera de Ludovico   (Tres libros de musica en cifra para vihuela, Sevilla 1546)
Henri de Bailly (? – 1637)Yo soy la locura   (Airs de differents autheurs, Paris: Pierre Ballard, 1614)
Juan Hidalgo (1614 – 1685)Esperar, sentir, morir, adorar
Juan Hidalgo (1614 – 1685)Peynándose estava un olmo   (Zarzuela Los celos hacen estrellas, 1672)
Gaspar Sanz (1640 – 1710)Canarios   (Instruccion de musica sobre la guitarra espaňola, Zaragoza, 1674)
 
Santiago de Murcia (1673 – 1739)Los Impossibles   (Saldívar Codex No. 4)
José Marín (cca. 1619 – 1699)No piense Menguilla ya
Ojos pues me desdeñais
Si quieres dar Marica en lo çierto
Anonym (17. Jh.)No hay más Flandes   (katalánská)
Sebastián Durón (1660 – 1716)Sosieguen descansen
Juan Arañés (? – cca. 1649)Un sarao de la chaconna   (Libro segundo de tonos y villancicos, Roma 1624)
Luigi Boccherini (1743 – 1805)Duo   (G-Dur, Op. 5, Nr. 1)
Francisco Hernández Illana (cca. 1700 – 1780)Desde el cóncavo duro   (Cantada humana con bajo solo)
Antonio de Literes (1673 – 1747)Confiado Jilguerillo   (aus der Oper Acis y Galatea)
Acis dichoso   (aus der Oper Acis y Galatea)

Über das Programm

The program presents us with a little-known ancient music of Spain, which on one hand gave the rest of Europe gave a strong impetus for the development of Renaissance polyphony, and on the other hand produced many distinctive rhythms and musical practices that survive today in flamenco and folk music of Latin America.

The singer Beatriz Lafont Murcia revives the ancient tradition of singers who accompany themselves on a musical instrument — a role described by pseudo-mythical terms like minnesinger or bard, or by the utterly contemporary word songwriter. Another guest of the ensemble Plaisirs de Musique is the spirited percussionist with Peruvian roots, Camilo Caller.

This musical evening will be peppered with a tasting of chocolate delicacies.


Foto: Beatriz Lafont Murcia

Beatriz Lafont Murcia

Born in Valencia, Beatriz Lafont studied Guitar and Singing at Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Valencia. After receiving, in June 2002, the Second Prize of Bachelor in Singing, she continued her studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia. In 2006 she was awarded the “Third Prize of Chamber Music”, the “Public Prize” and also the “Best Performer from Valencia Prize” at the V. Certamen Internacional de Guitarra “Luys Milán” in L’Olleria.

After winning a scholarship from Instituto Valenciano de la Música (Generalitat Valenciana) to expand her studies, she moved to The Hague, where she completed her Master’s Degree in Early Music Singing at the Koninklijk Conservatorium, focussing on early baroque Italian music, with emphasis on the performace practice of that time, singing and accompanying herself on the theorbo.

She studied singing with Rita Dams, Michael Chance, Jill Feldman and Peter Kooij, and theorbo with Mike Fentross and Joachim Held. She also attended masterclasses with renowned teachers such as Robert Expert, Marta Almajano, Cristina Miatello, Evelyn Tubb, Lambert Climent, Stephen van Dyck, Johannette Zomer, Fred Jacobs and Margreet Honig. At the Royal Conservatory of The Hague she worked with Fabio Bonizzoni (La Risonanza), Charles Toet (Concerto Palatino), Emilio Moreno and Christina Pluhar (L’Arpeggiata).

She has performed around Europe and South America with various ensembles such as Las Esferas, Musica Poetica, La Academia de los Nocturnos, Le Jardin Secret, Harmonia del Parnàs, Os Orphicum, Collegium Musicum Den Haag and Música Temprana, and participated in different festivals such as XVI Festival de Música Antigua de Peñiscola, XII Festival de Música Antiga: Música, Història i Art in Valencia, Fringe Festival Oude Muziek in Utrecht, Festival Classique in Den Haag, V Festiwal Twórczości Religijnej (Poland), Dag Oude Muziek in Bilzen (Belgium), and XXV Edizione Pievi & Castelli in Musica (Italy). From 2014, she teaches at the Summer School for Early Music in Valtice.

Foto: Camilo Caller

Camilo Caller

Camilo Caller is a graduate of the State Conservatory in Prague in 1999, majoring in percussion. From age six he attended the Public Art School, studying cello. After graduating from the Conservatory, he is fully involved in artistic activity, performing with the bands Šum Svistu, Laura and Her Tigers, and Chinaski. He cooperated with Lenka Filipová, Kamil Střihavka, Jan Nedvěd, Helena Vondráčková. He participated in concert tours with the Czech Philharmonic and the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Since 1998, he worked in Zuzana Navarová’s group KOA. In January 2001, he attended private lessons in cajón playing with Juan Cotita in Lima.

He was corepetitor at the Duncan centre of the first dance conservatory in Prague. Currently he is member of the crossover trio Bardolino, teaches at the Art School in Řevnice, is member of the orchestra of the Music Theatre in Prague-Karlín, organizes educational workshops and lectures for children from childrens’ homes. Since 2013, he is on the faculty of Jaroslav Ježek Conservatory in Prague.

Plaisirs de Musique

Plaisirs de Musique is an ensemble that specializes in authentic performance of music from older periods on period instruments. Under the artistic direction of Jan Čižmář it interprets music from the 15th to the 19th century. Its members are leading European professional musicians specializing in early music. Projects which the ensemble performs are partly purely musical, but they also include cooperation on realisations of opera, recitals with singers, actors and dancers.

Foto: Esther Neumann

Esther Neumann

Esther-Rebecca Neumann, Violine, studierte zunächst Konzertfach Violine an der Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Wien, sie gewann in ihrer Jugend zahlreiche erste Preise bei nationalen Wettbewerben. Als Orchestermusikerin musizierte sie in verschiedenen Symphonieorchestern wie dem Tonkünstler Orchester, dem Orchester Neue Oper Wien und dem Tiroler Ensemble für Neue Musik. Die zahlreichen Tourneen führten sie durch Europa und Asien.

Später entdeckte sie ihre Liebe zur historischen Aufführungspraxis und ihre Studien führten sie in die größten europäischen Barockmusikzentren. Sie beendete ihre weiterführenden Studien der historischen Interpretationspraxis und historischen Spielweise mit Auszeichnungen bei Michi Gaigg am Brucknerkonservatorium in Linz, bei Petra Müllejans in Frankfurt am Main und bei Lucy Van Dael am Conservatorium van Amsterdam.

Konzerte, Radio- und Fernsehübertragungen mit international renommierten Ensembles wie dem L’Orfeo Barockorchester, Academia Montis Regalis und dem Freiburger Barockorchester führten sie durch Europa und Amerika. Zur Wiederentdeckung, Wiederaufführung und Rekonstruktion beschädigter Musikwerke vergessener Komponisten transkribiert sie Werke und widmet sich der Forschung in Musikarchiven. Sie gründete das Originalklang!Orchester Wien.

Foto: Marta Kratochvílová

Marta Kratochvílová

Marta Kratochvílová studied flute at the Conservatory in Pardubice and then at the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno. In 2000 began her studies in France at the Conservatoire National de Région de Strasbourg, where she specialized in baroque and renaissance flute with Jean-François Alizon and Nancy Hadden, and chamber music with Martin Gester and Patrick Blanc. She has participated in masterclasses and workshops by prominent figures such as Paul McCreesh, Barthold Kuijken, Jan Latham-Koenig and Sir Neville Marriner. In France she played baroque and renaissance flute extensively in the ensembles Le Parlement de Musique Strasbourg, Bohemia duo and NotaBene. She also performed renaissance workshops (Ferrara, Munich, Stuttgart, Basel) with a consort of traverso players from Strasbourg.

Since 2010 she lives in the Czech Republic while performing regularly throughout Europe. In chamber and solo projects she cooperates closely with artists such as Jan Čižmář, Karel Fleischlinger, Joel Frederiksen, Martin Jakubíček, Petr Kolař, Ján Krigovský, Marcin Świątkiewicz, Marc Vonau and Petr Wagner. She is also leader of the renaissance flute consort Tourdion.

As a teacher with many years of experience she is invited to presentations and masterclasses throughout Europe; she teaches also privately baroque and renaissance traverso playing and interpretation.

Ján Krigovský

Ján Krigovský studied in the years 1990 – 1995 at the Academy of Performing Arts Bratislava (Radoslav Šašina) and in the years 2001 – 2002 at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, specializing on playing the double bass in the so-called Viennese tuning (David Sinclair).

His centre of interest is the interpretation of chamber and solo music as well as orchestral playing. As a chamber musician he works with many ensembles, such as Wiener Accademie (Martin Haselböck), Ars Antiqua Austria (Gunar Letzbor), La Cetra Basel (Ciara Banchini), Capriccio Basel, Freitags Accademie Bern, Royal Orquestra Catalunia (Jordi Savall), Collegium Marianum Praha (Jana Semerádová), Collegium 1704 Praha (Václav Luks), La Fioritta Basel, Freiburg Barock Orchester home and with Alea (Head Boris Lenko), a domestic ensemble for contemporary music.

His artistic partners were, among others, Bohdan Warchal, Ewald Danel, Peter Zajíček, Miloš Valent, Alexander Jablokov, Jozef Podhoranský, Magdaléna Kožená and the conductors Claudio Abbado, Serge Baudo, Jordi Savall, René Jacobs, Sigiswald Kuijken, etc.

As a soloist he has performed with Capella Istropolitana, ŠKO Žilina, Musica Aeterna and with many foreign groups, such as L’Orfeo in Linz, Capriccio Basel, Konzerthaus Vienna and Musikverein Vienna. He has performed at a number of major European festivals (Wiener Festspielwochen, Salzburger Festspiele, Festspielwochen in München) and at early music festivals in Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Netherlands and Spain.

Foto: Jan Čižmář

Jan Čižmář

Jan Čižmář ist ein vielseitiger Interpret mit Spezialgebiet historische Zupfinstrumente. Er tritt regelmäßig in Europa, Asien und den USA auf, u. a. mit dem Concertgebouw-Orchester, dem Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Orchester des 18. Jahrhunderts, Rotterdams Philharmonisch Orkest und der Capella Cracoviensis, sowie unter Dirigenten wie Frans Brüggen, Christopher Hogwood, Giovanni Antonini, Yannick Nézet–Séguin und Christina Pluhar. Er gibt auch Solokonzerte mit Barock- und Renaissancemusik.

Nach dem Studienabschluss in Gitarre und Musikwissenschaften in seiner Geburtsstadt Brünn setzte er seine Studien beim Royal College of Music in London fort, wo er begann, die Laute bei Jakob Lindberg zu spielen. Danach studierte er in Den Haag am Koninklijk Conservatorium bei Nigel North, Joachim Held, Mike Fentross and Christina Pluhar.

Er gründete und war Herausgeber der tschechischen Zeitschrift Kytara (Die Gitarre) und schreibt regelmäßig für andere Musikzeitschriften. Er ist auch intensiv mit Verlags- und Forschungsaktivitäten im Bereich der Alten Musik beschäftigt.

Jan Čižmář unterrichtete Laute und verwandte Instrumente an der Karol-Szymanowski-Musikakademie in Katowice (Kattowitz, Polen); derzeit unterrichtet er an der Janáček-Akademie für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Brünn. Er gibt regelmäßig Kurse und Masterclasses in Europa und in Übersee.


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