Regina Iberica

Contact Person: Inés Fernández Arias
By phone/cell: +34 677 55 10 50
Email: inesqui@gmail.com
Website: www.reginaiberica.wordpress.com / www.inesfernandezarias.wordpress.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Regina-Iberica-Madrid-393893284111271/

Regina Iberica 2015

The activities of Regina Iberica (1998, Laura Casanova) belong to a long work within Spanish Baroque music and singing. In 2015 should be highlighted the recording of “Los 12 músicos de Iriarte”. Also “Es el amor, ay, ay” and “Handel antes de ‘El Mesías’”. Their future projects include a tour around Macedonia, Slovenia and Croatia.


MUSIca ALcheMIca

Contact Person: Lina Tur Bonet
By phone/cell: +34 635 12 64 55
Email: linaturbonet@gmail.com
Website: www.linaturbonet.com / Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Musica-Alchemica/264592727019169

Musica Alquemica

The expressive power of Musica Alchemica, as well as their quality and accuracy on their interpretations of renowned works have been internationally praised. Repertoire includes works written by Bach, Handel, Biber, Corelli, Jacquet de la Guerre, Boccherini, Spanish music, Venetian Seicento and never-played from Legrenzi and Vivaldi.

 


L’entretien des clavecins

Contact Person: Eusebio Fernández-Villacañas
By phone/cell: +34 656 38 12 12
Email: lentretiendesclavecins@gmail.com / uchepiano@yahoo.es
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA1Cdm2XdMUJZ4sc8zoZEiQ

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They perform throughout Spain, Germany, Venezuela and Mexico.

In 2015 presents its program “Música en tiempos de Goya” at “Goya en Madrid” exposition at the Prado Museum, with totality of two harpsichord solo Concertos from Soler. These concerts are recorded for Brilliants Classics, release in 2016.


Locus Musicus

Contact Person: Carlos Zumajo Galdón
By phone/cell: +34 657 690 764 / +34 91 393 11 59
Email: locusmusicus@gmail.com
Website: https://locusmusicus.wordpress.com
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/locusmusicus

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LocusMusicus/

Locus Musicus

Locus Musicus was created in 1997 and performs repertoire from the 6th to the 14th century on several programmes: Femina forma (female trobadours), Segreles (Galician-Portuguese trobadours), Solstitium (Christmas songs and dance), etc. Their record “El viaje del Navegante” was rated with 4 stars by Goldberg magazine.


Las Arpas Sonorosas

Contact Person: Miguel Sánchez (Management: Dairea)
By phone/cell: +34 629 21 66 04 / +34 647 57 33 10
Email: info@dairea.es / lasarpassonorosas@gmail.com

duoarpas

For the first time in many centuries, two musicians get together to play cross-strung harps and perform Renaissance music like never before in the present times. They play both repertoire for harp and adaptations from vocal music and key.


La Sonorosa

Contact Person: Anaïs Oliveras Calvo
By phone/cell: +34 649 866 977
Email: workingopera@yahoo.com
Website: www.lasonorosa.com

Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcDZ-ruGAyS44cZwSjh4FIQ

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lasonorosa/?fref=ts


La Sonorosa

The proposal gathers new interpretations of the Iberian repertoire from the 17th and 18th century. This ensemble stems from the Baroque opera company WorkinGOpera, which was created in 2012 and has specialists in historical music and dance from international leading centres. Their performances are fresh and vivid, maintaining documental accuracy and adding dance, literature and iconography elements from the period.


La Madrileña

Contact person: José Antonio Montaño
By phone/cell: +34 646 138 765
Email: info@lamadrilegna.net
Website: www.lamadrilegna.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/LaMadrilegna.PeriodInstrumentOrchestra / Twitter: www.twitter.com/la_madrilegna

Youtube: www.youtube.com/LaMadrilegna

Repertoire: Baroque and classicist

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La Madrileña was premiered in 2016 at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando and is an orchestra with original instruments. It is conducted by José Antonio Montaño and has a line-up of renowned musicians, most of them Spanish and with participation in leading European historicist orchestras.