Travelling: Terra Nostra. Here be Dragons
The past is not dead. It’s not even past.
The harp is known to have existed since at least the year 3500 BC, in Asia, Africa and Europe. It gained great popularity in Europe during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The baroque harp was one of the distinctive instruments of Spain’s Golden Age, and as it wandered into Latin America it evolved, giving rise to a wide range of variants. Some examples of these harp variants did not survive, but many others have been revived by contemporary musicians.
In this concert, Tierra 47 takes a journey through the past and into the present, with the accompaniment of one of the greatest exponents of the ancient harp, Manuel Vilas and Susana Cermeño, a distinctive advocate of contemporary music for the pedal harp.
Each show is sold individually. The price of this show is 22,80 EUR (including 2,80 EUR price of distribution). More information and ticket sales at Ticketmaster.