FRIDAY 22
8:00 p.m.

ANDÚJAR
Parish Church of Santa María

CORO AVERROES OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CÓRDOBA
Albano García, conductor

Sacrum Musica Reformationis

This program summarises the main tendencies in sacred music performed by this choir from its foundation. On the one hand, it is focused on Renaissance polyphony, including several works related to musical practices after Luther Reformation and, on the other, the program presents examples of sacred music from the early 12th century to our days.

PROGRAM

Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)
Motet O magnum mysterium (4vv)

Motet Congratulamini mihi (6vv)

Thomas Tallis (c.1505-1585)
Motet If ye love me (4vv)

William Byrd (c.1540-1623)
Motet Ave verum corpus (4vv)

Cristóbal de Morales (c.1500-1553)
Motet Peccantem me quotidie (4vv)

Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina (c.1525-1594)
Motet Sicut cervus (4vv)

Orlande de Lassus (1532-1594)
Missa super Bell’Amfitrit’altera (c.1583)
Kyrie (8vv)

Claudio Monteverdi (1567-1643)
Madrigal Ecco mormorar l’onde (5vv)

Francisco Guerrero (1528-1599)
Motet O Domine Iesu Christe (4vv)

Luigi Molfino (1916-2012)
Motet O sacrum convivium (4vv)

Albert J. Alcaraz (b.1978)
Motet Illuxit nobis hodie (4vv)

José Antonio de Donostia (1886-1956)
Motet Virgo Dei genitrix (4vv)

Maurice Duruflé (1902-1986)
Motet Ubi caritas (4vv)

Ola Gjeilo (b.1978)
Motet Ubi caritas (4vv)

Duration: 60’

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE VICERRECTORADO DE COORDINACIÓN, CULTURA Y COMUNICACIÓN OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CÓRDOBA

IN COLLABORATION WITH THE BISHOPRIC OF JAÉN

Verónica Alonso, Encarnación Baena, Helena Cortés, María del Carmen Caravaca, Mariana Carmona, Rosa María Martín y Patricia Suárez, sopranos I
Angélica Bader, Miriam Belzunce, María Dolores Calzada, María Dolores de Austria, Chary Gala, Mónica Jiménez, María del Carmen León, Marisol Rodríguez, María Aurora Sanz y Rocío Vargas, sopranos II
Mercedes Coussinou, Marina del Castillo, Mª Ángeles García, María Goranova, María Martínez y Mª José Medina, altos I
Ángeles Alonso, María Corvillo, Fuensanta Guerrero, Ana López, Mª del Carmen Gómez, Charo Montserrat, Mª Auxiliadora Ortiz, Pilar Recuerda y Carmen Vacas, altos II
Antonio Rodríguez, Francisco Márquez, Rafael de Austria, Juan Miguel de la Rosa, Antonio Gala, Juan Manuel Ortiz, Jorge Pacha y Alejandro Ruiz-Huerta, tenors
Joaquín Bellot, Pedro Antonio Fernández, David Fernández, Jesús Carlos Lara, Francisco Navas, José María Ortiz, Ángel Rodríguez, Ángel Suárez y José Vargas, bassos

Albano García, conductor

Albano García, conductor. He combines his teaching work at the Area of Didactics of Musical Expression of the University of Córdoba with research studies and choral conducting. He began his choral studies in the Escolanía of Covadonga and the Schola Cantorum in León, training as a director with Johan Duijk, Maite Oca and Lluís Vila. The groups he has conducted include the Choir of the Asturian Center of Havana, Avilés, and Coro Ziryab. Nowadays, he conducts the Averroes Choir of the University of Córdoba, being one its founding member.

Coro Averroes of the University of Córdoba. This young group, which celebrates its 10th anniversary, is one of the most active university choirs in Andalusia. It has a rich and varied repertoire focused on Renaissance and contemporary sacred polyphony and national and international folklore. A training program for all its members is developed through both workshops taught by prestigious conductors and meetings with national and international university choirs (Granada, Valladolid and Princeton). Its solidary dimension and the defence of multiculturalism through choral music is the axis of the work Historia de un Bajel (2014).

YOUTUBE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yokdEX7Tub8

WEB & SOCIAL NETWORKS

www.uco.es/coroaverroes