After 35 years, Winter & Winter dares to look back. For the anniversary, the artists present their Director's Cut. Forma Antiqva presents Baset, Rameau, Steffani, Vivaldi, and In Paradisum according to Fauré by Yasuda is a special listening pleasure. Forma Antiqva, founded in 1998 by the brothers Aarón, Daniel and Pablo Zapico in Asturias, is considered to be the most courageous baroque ensemble in Spain. With variable formations - from the trio of the Zapico brothers (Concerto Zapico) to the baroque orchestra with outstanding performers of the young generation - the Zapicos deal with repertoire of the 17th / 18th centuries and the present in an original and bold way: from Spanish dance music to great works of the late baroque, including legacy revivals by authors such as Vicente Baset.
After 35 years, Winter & Winter dares to look back. For the anniversary, the artists present their Director's Cut. Forma Antiqva presents Baset, Rameau, Steffani, Vivaldi, and In Paradisum according to Fauré by Yasuda is a special listening pleasure. Forma Antiqva, founded in 1998 by the brothers Aarón, Daniel and Pablo Zapico in Asturias, is considered to be the most courageous baroque ensemble in Spain. With variable formations - from the trio of the Zapico brothers (Concerto Zapico) to the baroque orchestra with outstanding performers of the young generation - the Zapicos deal with repertoire of the 17th / 18th centuries and the present in an original and bold way: from Spanish dance music to great works of the late baroque, including legacy revivals by authors such as Vicente Baset.
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After 35 years, Winter & Winter dares to look back. For the anniversary, the artists present their Director's Cut. Forma Antiqva presents Baset, Rameau, Steffani, Vivaldi, and In Paradisum according to Fauré by Yasuda is a special listening pleasure. Forma Antiqva, founded in 1998 by the brothers Aarón, Daniel and Pablo Zapico in Asturias, is considered to be the most courageous baroque ensemble in Spain. With variable formations - from the trio of the Zapico brothers (Concerto Zapico) to the baroque orchestra with outstanding performers of the young generation - the Zapicos deal with repertoire of the 17th / 18th centuries and the present in an original and bold way: from Spanish dance music to great works of the late baroque, including legacy revivals by authors such as Vicente Baset.