The brilliant Argentinean soprano María Cristina Kiehr and the lute and vihuela player Ariel Abramovich present a unique perspective on the music of the Spanish Renaissance. The vihuela is a plucked instrument with a warm, clear sound that was very popular on the Iberian Peninsula and Northern Italy in the 16th century, although it has since been almost entirely forgotten. Abramovich writes arrangements of the most famous songs of the age, as was customary at the time as well. Allow yourself to be astonished by this exceptional combination of creativity and history, and the understated, rhythmic repertoire of the Spanish Golden Age.
Songs by J. Vasquez, J. des Prez, J. Arcadelt, A. Willaert and others
María Cristina Kiehr, soprano | Ariel Abramovich, vihuela
Friday 11 December, 8 p.m.
The concert will be cancelled. Ticket buyers will be contacted personally.
€ 28 / € 24