Mimiko: Die Flammen der Venus | Швейцарский туризм – Switzerland Tourism

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Program:

– Chascuns dist ke je foloi / In seculum – Anonymous Motet

– Amors et bone volente / In seculum – Anonymous Motet

– Quan lo rieu de la fontayna – Jaufre Rudel

– Bone amour sans trecherie – Anonymous Motet

– Ma loiautés m’a nuisi / Seculum – Anonymous Motet

– Dejoste as bries jors as lons seirs – Peire d’Alvernhe

– La Uitime Estampie Real – Anonymous

– Ave formosissima – Text: Carmina Burana / melody construction: Michael Eberle

“Over the centuries, humanity has experienced many a change in its patterns of thought, its models of living, its different ways of looking at the world. That is why it is sometimes very difficult for us today to understand the people of earlier times. But some things have not changed even in these many years. Our programme deals with one of these central themes that has always been present: Love. The concert “The Flames of Venus” reflects the reasons and consequences of love: desire, pain, longing, joy, devotion, hope… Feelings and emotions that are just as familiar to us today as they were to people back then. But for all the continuity, there are of course differences in the understanding of love, and so the program illuminates the different aspects of medieval, courtly love: steadfast morality and playing with immorality, passion and restraint, elevation and humiliation – contradictory as love may still be today.”

Ana Sarmiento Alonso (León, Spain) began her studies in singing and accordion at the Conservatory of León. She later continued it at the ESMuC (Barcelona) and the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg (Germany). Among her teachers, Iñaki Alberdi, Teodoro Anzellotti, Marta Arce, Enedina Lloris and Begoña Alberdi should be mentioned. As a singer and accordionist, she is a versatile musician who presents different styles of music with diverse groups and projects. She has played with the Orquesta and Banda JJ-MM Universidad de León, the orchestra Bcn216 and the Orquestra Simfònica de Sant Cugat. Today she studies medieval keyboard instruments and voice at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Corina Marti and Kate Dineen.

Michael Eberle initially studied Musicology, Christianity & Culture, Religious Studies and German Studies at the Universities of Heidelberg and Hamburg, specialising in music and cultural history of the Middle Ages. He was particularly interested in monophonic, Latin and vernacular song material, which he subsequently turned to in practice. After an early training in percussion, he has been studying medieval lute and singing at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Marc Lewon and Katarina Livljanić since 2019 and is also devoting himself to the Arabic oud with Nehad El Sayed.

Note: This text was translated by machine translation software and not by a human translator. It may contain translation errors.


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