ALICIA LÁZARO

ARRANGEMENTS AND MUSICAL DIRECTION

She is Instrumentalist, director and researcher of the Spanish music from the renaissance and Baroque times. She got her music degree in The Music School of Geneva and studied as well at the Schola Cantorum Basilensis with Eugen M.Dombois and Hopkinson Smith. She plays Spanish vihuela, lute and baroque guitar and she has given many concerts in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Portugal, Venezuela and Brazil. As a director, she has worked in Spain, Italy and Switzerland in special programmes about Spanish music from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

She is the director of the musical research department at Don Juan de Borbón Foundation in Segovia and at the Capilla de Música Jerónimo de Carrión. She has done with VERSO Records Company several cd’s of seventeenth century music. She won the award Choc de la Musique in September 2005 with one of them, Ecos y Afectos.

Since she came back to Spain she has done a lot of work for theatre music with different companies in plays like: Acis y Galatea, Viento es la dicha de Amor, El libro de Motes y la Escuela de Danzar, Las Alegres Comadres de Windsor, El Burgués Gentilhombre. She worked as well with the National Classical Theatre Company in plays as: Viaje del Parnaso, Sainetes, Don Gil de las calzas verdes, and Romances del Cid, Tragicomedia de Don Duardos. And she is been working with Nao d’amores since it was created in every show.

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