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Luz y Norte

Early music

World Representation

Luz y Norte, literally translatable as “Light and North”, identifies the Spanish composer Lucas Ruiz de Ribayaz’s collection of music published in Madrid in 1677 and kept by the National Library of Madrid: “Light and North music to walk through the tablatures of the Spanish guitar and harp, to strum and sing accompanied by the organ, and brief explanation of the art, with easy precepts, undoubted and explained with clear rules by theory and practice”.

Luz y Norte is a young Spanish ensemble born out of the interest of all its members in spreading the European and Latin American vocal and instrumental repertoire of the Renaissance and Early Baroque, without ruling out other interesting musical “adventures”.

Essentially it comprises voice (tenor), viola de gamba or baroque cello and Spanish double harp, but its formation is variable according to the requirements of the program. All its members have extensive training and experience both as soloist and with prestigious early music groups, which guarantees a high-end performance level.

In 2017, Luz y Norte published its first album with the international label Brilliant: Vea yo los ojos y muera (Music from the time of Cervantes), with music by Spanish composers Sebastián Durón, Juan Bonet de Paredes, José Marín and Juan del Vado And Gómez, all influenced during his life by the poetics of Miguel de Cervantes.

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Website: www.luzynortemusical.wixsite.com

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Luz y Norte

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Luz y Norte

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Canzon Prima
Giovanni Leonardo dell´Arpa:
Io Navigai
Gerardo Gómez de Valcárcel

Director Ejecutivo & Artist Manager

Fernando Morales

Artist & Project Manager

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