Saturday 12th october | 17:30h | 21:30h
The concert activity of the group has been very intense since the beginning of its activity, visiting the best music venues in Spain: National Auditorium of Spain, Palau de la Música de Valencia, Palau de la Música Catalana, Auditorium of León, Theater of La Maestranza, El Escorial, Conde Duque Center, Castellón Auditorium, Cervantes Theater ... Likewise, it has participated in numerous festivals, including the Barcelona Antiga Music Festival, Madrid Cultural 1992 (with the recovery of the opera Los elements de Antonio Literes), Classic Theater Festival of Almagro, Festival of Ancient and Baroque Music of Peñíscola, Festival of Peralada, Donostiarra Musical Fortnight, Los Veranos de la Villa (Madrid), Grec Festival (Barcelona), International Festival of Music and Dance of Granada, Festival of Religious Music of Cuenca, Serenades to the University (Valencia), Festival Are More (Vigo), Medieval Festival of Elche, among others.
Its projection is also international. He has made concert tours and participated in festivals in countries such as France, Belgium, Romania, Portugal, Holland, Egypt, Italy, Germany, Morocco, England, Poland, Tunisia, Chile, Portugal, Greece, Argentina, Brazil, USA. , Mexico, Finland, Austria, Cuba, Croatia, China, Algeria, Sweden, Norway, India, etc. and spaces such as the Metropolitan Museum and the Hispanic Society of New York, the BachFestival in Leipzig, EuropaMusicale in Munich, the Fez Festival, Morelia Festival, Early Music Festival Prague, Serviqc Brezice Ljibljana, Stockholm Early Music Festival, Banchetto Musicale Early Music Lithuania Festival, Forum Alte Musik Zürich, among others.
Arrels (Roots) brings us closer to a new interpretative proposal of traditional Valencian music from the perspective of historical music. It seeks the revaluation of the music of oral tradition through the links between this and the most archaic forms of composition (evident in threshing songs, lullabies, instrumental touches of irregular rhythms or the music of the auroros ). Also in those works that show ancient origins, it can be original from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, such as the peteneras, the fandangos or the boleros, and which formally use common elements and harmonic structures similar to the passacaglia or the ostinato.