From the Baroque Period to the great pianissimo of romantic Europe. One Spanish pianist defined by Leonard Bernstein as “an artist that interprets the old European style, full of grandeur and dignity”, Isidro Barrio, is today interpreter of the Spanish Baroque for antonomasia, that of the Sonatas of the father Soler, and is translator of the first romanticism that Beethoven constructed with his Sonata “Claro de luna” as well as devoted vehicle of romanticism of Franz Liszt with a selection of his poetic and religious harmonies, exquisite pianistic writing of the poetry of Lamartine.
Where: El Palacio de Festivales, Sala Pereda, Santander
When: 21.00 hours
Price: 20-30 euros
Scola Gregoriana Brugensis
Songs of happiness and thanksgiving. Songs of mass and craft for the feast of the Asunción de la Virgen María.
The Scola Gregoriana de Brujas comes together with their songs of praise to the 60 years of the Festival with expression of gratitude for their intimate relationship along the years. After the Salve Festa, the initial procession hymn, the principal song of the supposed Hispanic origin, Te Deum laudamus, immerses you then in the paschal songs full of joy that Gregorian singing have left us.
The second part of the program is dedicated to the Asunción de María, key festival of the Catholic religion, and next in time. They sing alternatively the songs of celebration and of adoration indicated for this day: “Kyriale IX (cum jubilo)”. The recital ends with the hymn to María “Magnificat” and the evening prayer.
Where: La Iglesia de la Asunción, Torrelavega
When: 21.00 horas
Info and photo obtained from the web page of the Festival Internacional de Santander.