The old Church of Caimari will be the stage in which this Saturday, October 7, in the afternoon (7 p.m.) harpsichordist Cristiano Holtz inaugurates the thirteenth edition of the Antiga Music Festivalwhich, since its beginnings keyboardist Tomeu Seguí also directs.
The one who was one of the last students of the teacher Gustav Leonhardt, will open the cycle this Saturday with a monograph dedicated to the Bach familyperforming not only works by the great Johann Sebastian, but also some by one of his sons, Carl Philippe Emmanuel.
For tomorrow, Sunday, and at the church of Santa Creu in Palma (8:30 p.m.), Tomeu Seguí will offer an organ recital at the reverse box office and whose proceeds will go to the Carreras Foundation. Samuel Scheidt, Geörg Böhm, Hanedel and Bach will be the authors of the works that will appear in the program.
On Thursday the 12th, in the same church of Caimari (7pm), the Academia Música Antiga will present a program for harpsichord, flute and viola da gamba entitled Playing Fantasiacomposed of scores by Diego Ortiz, Girolamo Frescobaldi, and Girolamo Dalla Casa.
For Saturday the 14ththe group Orfeo Futuro, composed of Angelica Disanto, soprano, Luciana Elizondo, Antonella Parisi, Gaetano Simone (violas), Gioacchino de Padova (violone) and Tomeu Seguí (orgue) proposes another monograph by Bach which is titled Glory to God alonethe phrase that the composer used to conclude a score. The appointment will be at 8 p.m. also at the local Església Vella.
The festival will be closed by the Ensemble Lisboa 1740 group, which, on Saturday the 21st, and also in the church (8 p.m.), will offer a program titled Misa Regalis, composed of works that are part of masses by composers from the 17th and 17th centuries. XVIII such as Francesc Valls, Antonio Tedeschi, Giovanni Giorgi and others.
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