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W. A. Mozart, Requiem



March 8th, 2020 - 18:00
SÓLLER: Parrish of Sant Bartomeu
7è festival Nits Clàssiques de la Tramuntana

Participatory concert


Ensemble Tramuntana

Orfeó l'Harpa d'Inca, Cor de Cambra Musicantes

Conductor: Barry Sargent

Requiem - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791)

Raquel Llera – soprano
Marta Serra – mezzosoprano
Joan Laínez – tenor
Sebas Serra – bass
Violins: Mayumi Sargent, Enric Pastor, Alfredo Ardanaz, Ricardo Duato, Kano Imada, Héctor Bujosa, Soriana Ivaniv, Sara Caballero
Violas: Galina Zinchenko, Eura Fortuny, Pedro Ortega
Cellos: Marc Alomar, Biel Fiol
Basse: Pablo Moreno
Organ: Francesc Blanco
Clarinets: Victor de la Rosa, Claudia Céspedes
Bassons: Josep Tatay, Toni Llofriu
Trumpets: Samuel García, Xavier Seguí
Trombones: Pere Garcias, Diego Riudavets, Tolo Serra
Timpany: Nico Amengual

Orfeó L’Harpa d’Inca

Founded in 1920 by Miquel Duran, the most outstanding conductors of this group have been Jaume Albertí y Miquel Aguiló. In 1983, the Orfeó becomes part of the Federación de Corales de Mallorca.

Besides multiple and varied performances in Mallorca, the choir has traveled as well to Menorca, Ibiza, Salamanca, Galícia, Tarragona, Madrid, Germany and France. Their repertoire includes both popular music and cult polyphony, both a capella chants and of others with organ, piano or orchestra. Specifically, the study and interpretation of inqueros composer's works is one of the central axes of the choir, such as the figures of Antoni Torrandell and Bernat Salas.

The Orfeó has participated in the choir competition “V Premis de Sant Feliu” of Llubí in 2013, where they received prizes for best choir, the special prize V Anniversary and best interpretation diploma of a classical song, as well as the prize 31st of december from the OCB, category Emili Darder, edition 2015.

Currently the Orfeó L’Harpa d’Inca is a choir composed of about thirty five singers and it's conductor is Margalida Aguiló Estrany.

Cor de cambra Musicantes

Created in 2007, since then tackles an electric repertoire which covers from Gregorian chant to Latin American folklore. Beside Mallorca, they've also performed in Menorca, Ibiza, Reus, Barcelona, Valladolid and Burdeos.
Among its productions, one must mention the mono graphic concerts "Solamente Lauro" (2010), "Un tast de Lauro" (2017), with works from the Venezuelan author Antonio Lauro, together with the guitarists Josep Sbert and Fernando Rubín, "Solamente Handel" (2018), "Solament Menorca" (2018) and "Sibilas, ayer y hoy" (2018), the concert "O sing unto the Lord - Chandos Anthem nº 4" of G. F. Handel (2013), the recital of Gregorian Chant and classical polyphony clásica alongside Schola Gregoriana of Mallorca (2013), the "Miserere a 8" of Antonio Soler (2014) and the program of Música virreinal de las colonias (2017). At the front of our group, besides the founding conductor Irina Capriles, there have been in various projects, the conductors Carles Ponseti, Francesc Bonnin, Fernando Marina, Francisco Lara, Llorenç Gelabert and Francesc Amengual, with groups such as the Camerata Johannes Palascko, the Jove Orquestra de les IB, the Cuarteto Musicasa, the Camerata San Cayetano, the Orquestra de la Universitat de Valladolid and the Orquestra Lauseta.
Other symphonic-choral projects have been the oratory "Messiah" de G. F. Handel (Mallorca, 2011, 2012, 2016, 2017 y 2018; Valladolid, 2014 y Menorca, 2019) and the premiers in Spain of the "Harmonia Caelestis" by Pàl Esterhàzy and the "Gloria" by Karl Jenkins. Other pieces of their repertoire are the "Requiem" by John Rutter, the "Requiem" by G. Fauré, the "Missa di Gloria" by G. Puccini, the "Missa Dei Fili" by J. D. Zelenka and the oratory "Israel in Egypt" by G.F. Handel.
The choir gives particular attention to Latin American authors (A. Lauro, M. Bor, A. Grau, B. Frometa,…) and to Balearic music, specially from the author Baltasar Bibiloni, from whom they've premiered "Passer Invenit sibi domum" (2013), "Barbaflorida" (2016), "Homenatge a la Sibil·la" (2018), interpreted his arrangements of "Cinc Cançons" by Guillem d’Efak (2013) and "la Posada de la Núvia", as well as participated in the absolute premier of the piece "Canticum Novum, Oratori Lul·lià" at the Teatro Principal in Palma (2015). Among their current projects, there is the "Dettingen Te Deum" by Händel with the Orquestra Lauseta, conducted by Francesc Amengual (May 2019) and the "Requiem" by J. Rutter with the Ensemble 2Poche and Acadèmia 1830, under the baton of F. Marina.
Ever since their foundation, Musicantes de Mallorca has been conducted by Irina Capriles.

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