Review of three concerts from start of the Canberra International Music Festival (The Canberra Times) mayo 2016
This year's Canberra International Music Festival under Roland Peelman's direction is off to a grand start, leaving its transition year behind and moving forward with a program focused on repertoire out of the mainstream and engaging with an exciting range of artists across the generations. [...] A chance conversation on a European train between Canberra's Dan Sloss and the Zapico brothers resulted in their inclusion of the ensemble Forma Antiqva in this year's festival. Saturday afternoon's concert in the Fitters' Workshop was glorious. The three brothers perform as one. There is no...

A joyful voyage of discovery (CityNews) mayo 2016
WARM autumn sun streaming through the tall windows of The Fitters Workshop provided an appropriately Spanish ambience for this elegant concert of early Spanish dance music presented by Forma Antiqva and The Song Company. Regarded as one of the most important classical music ensembles in Spain, Forma Antiqva, brothers, Aaron Zapico (harpsichord), Daniel Zapico (theorbo), and Pablo Zapico (baroque guitar), draw their inspiration and repertoire from the Spanish fascination with the sounds produced by plucked strings. The combination of baroque guitar, theorbo and harpsichord proved especially...

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Thirty fingers in perfect synchronicity

Direct from Spain come the three brothers Zapico: Aarón, Pablo and Daniel, aka Forma Antiqva. Their toe-tapping selection of Spanish Baroque dance music traces the rise and rise of Fandango on the Iberian peninsula. Joining them on this occasion will be long-standing Festival ensemble, The Song Company, for a version of Flecha’s irresistible 'ensalada', El Fuego (Fire).

Forma Antiqva - Aarón Zapico (harpischord), Daniel Zapico (theorbo), Pablo Zapico (baroque guitar) joined by The Song Company

José Blasco de Nebra (1702-1768): Fandango de España
Santiago de Murcia (1673-1739): Fandango
Gaspar Sanz (1640-1710): Marionas
Anónimo (ed. Antonio Martín y Coll, 1709): Xácara
Santiago de Murcia: Grabe & Allegro
Conte Ludovico Roncalli (fl. 17th c.): Preludio
Anónimo (ed. Francisco Tejada, 1721): Faborita
Mateo Flecha (1481-1553): El fuego (from ‘Ensaladas’, Prague 1581)
Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (c.1580-1651): Passacaglia
Improvisaciones sobre Caponas y Chaconas
Santiago de Murcia: Cumbees
Anónimo (ed. Antonio Martín y Coll): Diferencias sobre las Folías
Santiago de Murcia: Los Impossibles
Johann Caspar F. Fischer (1656-1746): Passacaglia
Santiago de Murcia: Folías Gallegas
Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757): Fandango

Adult: $55.00, Concession: $50.00, Under 30: $35.00, Child: $25.00, Student Rush: $25.00


Premios MIN de la Música Independiente - Mejor Álbum de Música Clásica 2018 para «Concerto Zapico Vol. 2»

NPR Music's Best Classical Albums Of 2018 para «Concerto Zapico Vol. 2».

Premio GEMA al Mejor Grupo de Música Barroca (s. XVIII) y del Clasicismo 2016.

Premio GEMA a la Mejor Producción Discográfica 2016 por "Crudo Amor - Agostino Steffani" (Winter & Winter).

"Asturiano del Mes" del periódico La Nueva España, Excelente Audio Clásica, Excepcional Scherzo, Goldberg 4 estrellas, "Grupo del Año 2010" de la TV del Principado de Asturias, Melómano de Oro, Nomination ICMA 2011, 2012 & 2014, Prelude Classical Music, "Premios de la Música en Asturias" 2012, Premio Serondaya a la Innovación Cultural 2012, Recomendado CD Compact, Ritmo Excelente, Supersonic Pizzicato, Toccata CD of the month.


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