Those who are exiled, instantly lose everything familiar and loved. Those who knock on the door of a closed heart in vain, has the same thing happens to them: a lonely journey from everything to nothing.
These are just some of the subjects of the songs chronicled in the illustrious Cancionero de Palacio. Música Temprana turns the Spanish Renaissance gems of Juan del Encina, Francisco de Peñalosa and Gabriel Mena into a jewel of a performance around the alienation and fragility of 'foreign' life.
Founded in 2001 by Argentine-Dutch conductor Adrián Rodríguez Van der Spoel, Música Temprana specializes in baroque repertoire from Latin America.
In association with Organisatie Oude Muziek.