International Tropical Baroque
Music Festival XIV

 

Fuoco e Cenere

Fuoco e Cenere: Toqué of the Town

Monday, February 24, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Come and taste the delicious recipe for Complètement Toqué! This theatrical concert, followed by a tasting of French specialties, is a celebration of the legendary French cuisine. Recently ranked as a world heritage by UNESCO, France’s legendary gastronomic savoir-faire was in large part dreamed up by the culinary wizards who worked their magic at the court of Louis XIV. Remembered for the sauces have inspired today’s Haute Cuisine, their reputations were built on richly appointed tables, as well as dazzling Musical and Theatrical entertainments that spiced up their memorable festive meals. Fuoco E Cenere has concocted a highly original musical entertainment honoring these purveyors of “taste” and shares the stage with Chef Denis Leroy.  Read More

Les Voix Humaines

Les Voix Humaines: Les Voix Humaines

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Their musical complicity has been compared to the skill of two trapeze artists or the telepathic communion of a pair of jazz saxophonists! Susie Napper and Margaret Little, the two gambists of Les Voix humaines, have been thrilling audiences worldwide with dashing performances of early and contemporary music for viols since 1985. They are renowned for their spectacular arrangements of a wide variety of music for two viols and have become a world reference for the music of Sainte-Colombe. They received the Opus Award 2007 for PERFORMERS OF THE YEAR from the Conseil québécois de la musique. Instruments : Susie Napper – Barak Norman, London, 1703 Margaret Little – Bernard Prunier and Judith Kraft, Paris, 1982, after Colichon  Read More

Jordi Savall and Juilliard415

Jordi Savall and Juilliard415: Jordi Savall

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 8:00 PM

World renowned Spanish viola da gamba player, Jordi Savall, arrives February 26th with concert master violinist, Manfredo Kraemer to direct the Juilliard School’s group of young musicians from its historic performance program called Juilliard415. Playing English suites from the time of Shakespeare, this remarkable ensemble, all thirty five of them, will have just arrived from giving the same program at Barishnikov Art Center in New York City.  Read More

Mala Punica

Mala Punica: Mala Punica

Thursday, February 27, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Italian Medieval music Direction: Pedro Memelsdorff Inaudita imponere Johannes Ciconia, motets and mass settings 1390-1410  Read More

 Bruce Dickey

Bruce Dickey: “That lascivious cornetto...”

Friday, February 28, 2014 at 8:00 PM

“That lascivious cornetto...” Music for two cornetti and organ Bruce Dickey & Doron David Sherwin - cornetti Liuwe Tamminga - organ "For over two decades, Concerto Palatino, under the direction of Bruce Dickey and Charles Toet, has been leading the way in the revival of the cornetto and baroque trombone. Their highly acclaimed concerts and recordings have brought an appreciation of their important but little known music to modern audiences, and stimulated many young players to take up these instruments, practically unknown a generation ago. The cornetto is a wind instrument made of wood, covered with leather, and played with a small cup-shaped mouthpiece. Once considered "the most perfect of all musical instruments", it endured nearly a century and a half of complete neglect until it began to be revived in the 1950’s. With its warm, vocal character and extreme agility, the cornetto was a natural match for the trombone. For over two hundred years, from the beginning of the 16th century to the middle of the 18th, these instruments combined in towns, courts and churches to form a consort of rare and resonant beauty. (For more on the decline of the cornetto, click here.)  Read More

Musica Ficta of Spain with the Fontegara from Mexico

Musica Ficta of Spain with the Fontegara from Mexico: Musica Ficta of Spain

Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Musica Ficta of Spain with the Fontegara from Mexico performing Columbus, La Puerta del Nuevo Mundo at St Philip's Episcopal Church on Saturday, March 1, 2014 at 8:00 PM.  Read More

Brass Miami

Brass Miami: with Latin American Music and Real Fireworks

Sunday, March 2, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Part II of the Tropical Baroque Music Festival XV continues on Sunday, March 2, 2014 with Brian Neal and Brass Miami performing with guest artisst. An evening of beautiful music, elegance, and real firework display.  Read More

Manfredo Kraemer and Friends

Manfredo Kraemer and Friends: Manfredo Kraemer

Monday, March 3, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Manfredo Kraemer with Jay Bernfeld, viola da gamba, Eduardo Egüez, theorbo, and Federico Ciancio, harpsichord  Read More

Capilla del Sol

Capilla del Sol: Capilla del Sol

Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 8:00 PM

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Ignacio Prego

Ignacio Prego: Young Artist Concert

Wednesday, March 5, 2014 at 8:00 PM

A program of Spanish baroque music by soloist young artist, Ignacio Prego. A reception sponsored by the Palace at Coral Gables is included in the price of admission.  Read More

La Chimera in Buenos Aires Madrigal

La Chimera in Buenos Aires Madrigal: La Chimera

Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 8:00 PM

BUENOS AIRES MADRIGAL Early italian madrigals. & Tangos from Argentina Furio Zanasi Susanna Moncayo La Chimera Gabriel Rivano, bandoneon Margherita Pupulin, violin Sabina Colonna – Preti, viola da gamba, lirone Xurxo Varela, viola da gamba María Alejandra Saturno, viola da gamba Leonardo Teruggi, double bass Guillermo Rizzotto, guitar Eduardo Egüez, lute, guitar & general direction  Read More