La Real Cámara
La Real Cámara was launched at the Prado museum with a series of concerts dedicated entirely to Spanish Baroque music. These were all recorded and broadcast by Radio Nacional de España and highly praised by audiences and critics alike.
Since then La Real Cámara has performed regularly in Spain on radio and television, and appeared at international music festivals in Granada, Torroella de Montgrí and Santander; at the Golden Age of Spanish Music Festival; at early music festivals held in Barcelona, the Pyrenees, Daroca, Úbeda and Baeza; and at the Renaissance and Baroque Music Festival in Vélez Blanco. They have also played at Auditorio Nacional in Madrid, Auditorio de El Escorial, Palau in Barcelona, the Royal Gardens of the Alcázar in Seville, among other venues. Moreover, La Real Cámara has performed at festivals in Flanders, Montreux and Ambronay, at festivals of ancient music in St. Petersburg, Prague, Antwerp, Bratislava, Panama, the Azores, Lisbon, Potsdam/Berlin, the Easter Festival of Paris, the Light Festival in Helsinki and the Festival Cervantino in Mexico, and has had regular performances in concert halls and seasons in France, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Netherland, Slovenia, Mexico and Japan, where their concerts in Tokyo dedicated to the “Tonadilla” and Boccherini where considered by the critic “the musical event of the year 2000”.
Furthermore, the recording of Boccherini’s complete String Trios (Op. 14) was awarded 3×10 (‘three times ten’) by the German magazine Klassik Heute, 5 Stars by the Goldberg magazine, while the Spanish cultural magazine Babelia (El País, 2008) asserted that conductor Emilio Moreno, was ‘the best current interpreter of this music’. Also dedicated to Boccherini are the CDs Six Quatours pour le clavecin ou pianoforte, violon, viola et basse obligé (G259), and their latest recording, Sei Terxettini Op. 47, recorded in Japan with Natsumi Wakamatsu, violin, Emilio Moreno, viola and Hidemi Suzuki, cello.
La Real Cámara