Los Músicos de Su Alteza

Italian musician and poet Serafino dell’Aquila sings with lute while under attack by Cupid. 1510 poetry anthology, title page, Fondation Barbier-Mueller.

Quel Dardo Velenoso: Amores, entre Italia y España
That Poisoned Dart: Loves, between Italy and Spain
September 30, 2018 | Sunday 3:00 p.m.
St. Philip’s In The Hills Episcopal Church, 4440 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson, Arizona

For over 20 years, Los Músicos de Su Alteza (The Musicians of His Highness), based in Saragossa (Spain), has been at the forefront of rediscovery and performance of the wealth that is the Hispanic Baroque musical heritage. Their work is defined by emotion, freshness, and historical rigor. This program of music from 16th and 17th century Italy and Spain is presented by a trio from the larger ensemble—Olalla Alemán, soprano; Miguel Rincón on baroque guitar and archlute; and Luis Antonio González, harpsichord, organ and artistic director. These talented musicians will present works by composers including Monteverdi, Sances, Ferrari, Marín, Correa de Arauxo, and Martín y Coll. We are deeply grateful to the Government of Aragon for sponsoring their performance.