THURSDAY 7
12.30 p.m.

ÚBEDA
Church of San Pablo

 

CONCERTO 1700
Daniel Pinteño, director – Aurora Peña, soprano

 

“Entre cándidos, bellos accidentes”: Cantadas to the Holy Sacrament between two worlds

 

Concerto 1700, one of the most demanded young ensembles in the Spanish Baroque scene, presents, together with the virtuous soprano Aurora Peña, the program Entre cándidos, bellos accidentes. This concert focused on Spanish baroque music, including a wonderful cantada by José de Nebra, from a facsimile found in Guatemala, as well as instrumental pieces by Vicente Basset. In addition, we will attend to the patrimonial recovery of a cantada composed by Diego Pérez de Camino. This program, which involves a delicious mix of vocal and instrumental music, has recently been awarded the FestClásica 2017 prize at the category of Early Music.

PROGRAM

Vicente Basset (fl.1748-1762)
Obertura a piu stromenti Bas-10*
(Biblioteca Nacional de España)
Allegro con Valentía
Andante
Presto

Diego Pérez de Camino (1738-1796)
Cantada sola with violins to the Most Holy Sacrament No en esas once esferas (1767)*
(Catedral de Santo Domingo de la Calzada and Catedral de Calahorra)
Recited “No en esas once esferas de diamante”
Aria “Al aire pensamiento, al aire con presteza”

Antonio Soler (1729-1783)
Fandango R. 146

Diego Pérez de Camino
Cantada sola with violins to the Most Holy Sacrament De alta luz ilustrado**
(Catedral de Santo Domingo de la Calzada and Catedral de Calahorra)
Recited “De alta luz ilustrado”
Aria “El profeta coronado”

Vicente Basset
Obertura a piu stromenti Bas-11*
(Stockholm Statens Musikbibliotek)
Con Spirito
Andante
Presto assay

José de Nebra Blasco (1702-1768)
Cantada sola with violins to the Most Holy Sacrament Entre cándidos, bellos accidentes*
(Catedral de Guatemala)
Recited “Entre cándidos, bellos accidentes”
Aria “Al tierno esposo amante”
Recited “Del mar del mundo horrible y alterado”
Aria “Del piélago violento”

Duration: 80’

Transcriptions and editions:
(*) Critical edition made by Raúl Angulo (Asociación Ars Hispana)
(**) Historical recovery, premiere in modern times

Circuitos FestClásica 2017 award (categorY EARLY MUSIC)

 

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN

 

Aurora Peña, soprano
Daniel Pinteño, Baroque violin and conductor
Víctor Martínez, Baroque violin
Ester Domingo, Baroque violoncello
Asís Márquez, harpsichord

Aurora Peña, soprano. Born in Valencia in 1990, Aurora Peña won the Third Prize and the Public Prize of Concours International de Chant Baroque de Froville (France, 2015). In January 2016 she won the Young Talent Prize Comunitat Valenciana (Spain). She also received the Extraordinary End of Studies Prize when she finished her Music Degree at the Conservatorio Superior de Valencia (July 2015). She has finished her Master in Early Music at Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (September 2016). Apart from singing, she completed a Degree on English Studies at the Universitat de València in 2013.

Daniel Pinteño, baroque violin and conductor. Born in Malaga, he began his studies in the Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Murcia, and later completed them at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón. He later moves to Germany to study with with Professor Nachum Erlich in the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe. He studied Baroque violin in the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional in Toulouse (France) with the Swiss violinist Gilles Colliard, as well as in the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid, with Professor Hiro Kurosaki. Currently, he develops his artistic work leading Concerto 1700 and collaborating with various European historicist ensembles such as Forma Antiqva, Al Ayre Español, and La Ritirata, among others.

Concerto 1700. The group was founded in 2015 by the Baroque violinist Daniel Pinteño. In less than two years, it became one of the most popular young ensembles in the Spanish Baroque scene. Concerto 1700 was born with the intention to perform works from the early Baroque to the dawn of Romanticism on period instruments. Finalists as the Best Young Ensemble at the GEMA Awards 2015 and 2016, they have recently been awarded with the FestClásica 2017 prize in the category of Early Music, which has allowed them to play in the most important Spanish festivals.

 

YOUTUBE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZvj94G-K8Q

WEB & SOCIAL NETWORKS

www.concerto1700.com
www.facebook.com/concerto1700
www.twitter.com/concerto1700