Cambridge Early Music Concerts 2013

MUSICUS FAMOSISSIMUS

La Morra

3.30pm, Sunday 16 June, 2013
Little St Mary's Church, Cambridge
Tickets:  £20.00,  £15.00
 
Johannes Ciconia is regarded as one of the most intriguing musical personalities of the period immediately preceding the age of Dufay, as well as the first Northern European musician to have made a successful musical career in Italy at the dawn of the Renaissance.
This programme leads the listener through the known or surmised stations of the composer's life. La Morra recorded the complete secular works of Ciconia for the 600th anniversary of the composer's death. The recording has won high critical acclaim, being awarded the Diapason D'Or, the Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik and a nomination for the Gramophone Awards 2012.

PERFORMERS

    La Morra
    Eve Kopli voice
    Hanna Järveläinen voice
    Javier Robledano Cabrera voice
    Corina Marti recorders, clavicymbalum
    Michal Gondko lute
    Elizabeth Rumsey fiddle

Media

La Morra perform Guillaume Du Fay and Gilles Binchois, live in St. Peter's Church, Basle, January 2011
La Morra perform virelai 'Quant je sui mis au retour' by Guillaume de Machaut
La Morra perform 'Sicut lilium inter spinas' by Antoine Brumel
(YouTube videos linked from La Morra's website.)
Unterstützt durch die Abteilung Kultur Basel Stadt; generously supported by Basel-Stadt Abteilung Kultur , kulturelles.bl and Schweizerische Interpretengenossenschaft SIG.
 
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