Elke eerste dinsdag van de maand treden studenten van het Conservatorium van Amsterdam op in de Posthoornkerk. Ontdek nieuw talent als eerste in deze serie van Stadsherstel en het Conservatorium.
Title: Risonanze Claustrali
Mathilde Aigouy, recorder
Gaia Szames, voice
Adriana Mendez, viola da gamba
Manou Schreiner, theorbo
Auræ ensemble was born from the various collaborations between the recorder player Mathilde Aigouy and the soprano Gaia Szames. Their projects span a range of musical epochs, delving into Renaissance polyphonies and Baroque cantatas. Their projects always seek to explore rarely performed repertoires while combining a historically informed approach and a search for simplicity embodied in the fluidity of air, foundation of their respective instruments.
Panis angelicus, Carlo G (ca. 1630)
Salve Regina, Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677)
Convertisti planctum, Carlo G (ca. 1630)
Toccata Arpeggiata, Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (1580-1651)
Usquequo, Lucrezia Orsina Vizzana (1590-1662)
Sonata duodecima, Isabella Leonarda (1620-1704)
Iam diu dilecte mi Iesus, Isabella Leonarda (1620-1704)
By discovering this repertoire little played nowadays, it appeared to us that people who did not travel were sometimes the most adventurous, forced to establish contact with the new musical tastes by meeting travelers but above all by their imagination.
These works show both the variety of their compositions and their knowledge of the evolution of musical tastes over the seventeenth century.
With this program we want to show that on one hand some composers did not have the opportunity to travel, but that on the other hand this did not prevent them from being up to date with musical news and tastes