The great masters of the Spanish Renaissance created a golden age of polypony. Into what was essentially Franco-Flemish music of the time they wove influences left
The great masters of the Spanish Renaissance created a golden age of polypony. Into what was essentially Franco-Flemish music of the time they wove influences left by the Moors and by the Muslim cultures so present in medieval Spain.
In collaboration with Fahmi Alqhai, one of the great virtuosos of the viola da gamba, and his Accademia del Piacere, the leading ensemble of early Spanish music, Constantinople embarks on a musical journey through Iberia, Persia, and Central Asia, revisiting music notable for its sumptuous color and exceptionally rich beauty.
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- Kiya Tabassian, setar
- Didem Basar, kanun
- Patrick Graham, percussions
Accademia del Piacere
- Fahmi Alqhai, viola da gamba
- Rami Alqhai, viola da gamba
- Johanna Rose, viola da gamba
(Saturday) 20 h 00 min
Salle Bourgie, Musée des Beaux Arts de Montréal
1339 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest H3G 1G2