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SPAIN's CANTORIA HIPPONENSIS NEXT PERFORMANCE: IX CONCIERTO "MOLTO ALLEGRO' 14"

Location: Spain
Choir type: Other Choirs
Voicing: Mixed
Cantoría Hipponensis, will interpret  MOZART, as a continuation of the start, this past Christmas, where we offered candid carols as” Oh what a precious kid” or  “a lullaby”. The second step took place at the Cantoria ‘14 concert  a the the  Santa Catalina,s parish of Valencia, were we introduced the romantic Notturni, with successful accompaniment of clarinets by the QUATRE VENTS quartet.

The last “installment” will come in the “Closure of the Coral Course 2013-2014 where we will introduce the interpretation of the Coronation Mass as the main piece of the second part of the concert.

In this occasion and in front of the “wingspan” of the added piece, we have invited solid and valuable supports that will permit reducing the gap existing between the musical assets available today in Cantoria Hipponensis and those we envisage acquiring in the shortest  possible time frame.
 
For more information, please visit: http://www.cantoriahipponensis.com/index.php
 
Date and venue:
 
7:30 pm.  ?June 29th, 2014. Palau de la Musica, Valencia, Spain

The program:
 

Special Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)

Part I

Notturni:

Due pupille amabili K.V. 439

Piú non si trovano fra mille amanti K.V.549

Se lontan ben mio tu sei K.V. 438

Ecco quel fiero instante K.V. 436

Luci care, luci belle K.V. 436, 439 a

Ave Verum Corpus K. 618

Graduale de Sancta María Mater Dei K. 273

 Part II

Coronation Mass. Missa in C   “Krönungsmesse” K.V. 317

Tantum Ergo K.V. 197

 

 

The performers:

CORO CANTORIA HIPPONENSIS and ORQUESTA CANTORÍA

Eva Paula Bonora Guasp, soprano

Marion Orr, alto

Vicente Antequera Gimeno, baríton

Antonio Gómez Cano, tenor

Inmaculada Burriel Montoro, conductor and musical director

 
 
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