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Spain's National Day Celebration
Instituto Cervantes of Chicago Library
Chicago, IL
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Spain's National Day Celebration
Don't Miss Spain's National Day Celebration
Concert: Love and its demons
Spanish secular Music from the XVI and XVII centuries
Follow by a wine reception
Friday, October 12, 7 pm
Instituto Cervantes
31 West Ohio St.
Chicago, IL 60654
General public $15. FREE for Instituto Cervantes members & students.
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For more information please visit http://chicago.cervantes.es

7-8 pm: Concert
8-8:30 pm: Wine reception

Love and its demons
Spanish secular Music from the XVI and XVII centuries

Through secular songs and cantatas (these last ones, obtained from the Mackworth Manuscript) from different Spanish composers, this program makes a journey through the different stages and forms of love. From the hypnotizing chant of sirens, the lovers indecision, and the rancor of indifference and finally the triumph of love; this program shows us the universality and timelessness of the sorrows and pleasures of this feeling.

Lucía Mier y Terán Romero, soprano.  
Born and raised in Mexico City, she holds a BA in singing from UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico), where she presented a program in Mexican Vice regal Music, and an MA in Interdisciplinary Arts by Columbia College Chicago. In Chicago, she has performed with The Newberry Consort, Third Eye Theater Ensemble, Walkabout Theater Ensemble, Chicago Dance Theater Ensemble and is a cast member and Music Director of the physical theater company Theater Unspeakable with which she has performed around the country, including the Lincoln Center for Education in New York. She continues to study singing technique and interpretation with Ellen Hargis. luciamieryteranromero.squarespace.com

Katherine Shuldiner, viola de gamba
Katherine Shuldiner graduated from Oberlin Conservatory in viola da gamba performance under the tutelage of Catharina Meints. She performs locally in Chicago as well as throughout the United States. When Katherine is not performing, she enjoys teaching the viola da gamba to children and adults alike. She has taught at Madison Early Music Festival, Whitewater Early Music Festival, and throughout the year teaches the viol at Nettlehorst Elementary School in Chicago. For a more extensive bio, please visit her website:kateshuldiner.com

Mark Shuldiner, harpsichord
Mark Shuldiner historical keyboards, is a graduate of Oberlin Conservatorys Historical Performance program, where he studied harpsichord with Webb Wiggins. Mr. Shuldiner has also enjoyed additional instruction from such keyboard luminaries as Emanuel Ax and Davitt Moroney.  A rising star of the Chicago early music scene, Mark has performed with Chicago-based ensembles such as The Newberry Consort, Music of the Baroque, the Grant Park Symphony Orchestra, Baroque Band, the B.B.E., and Rook. While maintaining a rigorous performing schedule, Mark also runs his own harpsichord repair and rental workshop and has provided tuning and maintenance solutions to many notable clients including The Lyric Opera of Chicago, Music of the Baroque, and Chicago Opera Theater.

David Walker, guitar and lute
Lutenist and guitarist David Walker has performed extensively throughout the United States earning praise for his surety of technique and expressive elegance, (Columbus Dispatch) as well as his tremendous dexterity and careful control (Bloomington Herald Times). David has appeared with such ensembles as Boston Baroque, the Catacoustic Consort, Chatham Baroque, Clarion Music Society, and the Smithsonian Chamber Players, and is a member of the chamber ensemble Ostraka.
He has performed in numerous baroque opera productions, including engagements with Glimmerglass Opera and the Wolf Trap Opera Company. Festival highlights include the Savannah Music Festival, Indianapolis Early Music Festival, and solo recitals for the Bloomington Early Music Festival and the University of Louisville Guitar Festival.
Recording credits include Ostrakas critically acclaimed debut, Division, and Grammy-nominated recordings for Linn Records and Sono Luminus.
Por medio de tonos humanos y cantatas profanas (provenientes del Manuscrito Mackworth) de diversos compositores españoles, este programa musical hace un recorrido por las diferentes formas del enamoramiento. Desde el canto hipnotizante de las sirenas, la indecisión del enamorado,  los rencores de la indiferencia  y finalmente el triunfo del amor; este programa nos muestra la universalidad e intemporalidad de los dolores y placeres de este sentimiento.

Sobre las ondas                                                              José de Torres (1665-1738)

Que se lleva las almas                                  José Marín (1618-1699)

Sepan todos                                                    
¡Ay que sí!                                                                         Juan Hidalgo de Polanco (1612-1685)

No piense menguilla                                                     José Marín

Quejas sabe formar                                                      José de Torres

Esperar, sentir, morir                                    Juan Hidalgo de Polanco

La noche tenebrosa                                                      

Venza feliz la flecha                                                      José de Torres



Lucía Mier y Terán Romero                        Soprano

Kate Schuldiner                                               Viola da gamba

Mark Schuldiner                                             Clavecín

David Walker                                                    Guitarra y laúd

Location

Instituto Cervantes of Chicago Library (View)
31 W. Ohio Street
Chicago, IL 60654
United States

Categories

Arts > Performance

Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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