El Fuego presents: A selection of songs from Spain, Italy and the New world colonies featuring Cupid and love themes.

   EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble: Salomé Sandoval, voice, lute, baroque guitar and artistic direction; Malina Rauschenfels, voice and castanets; RomanTestroet, tenor; Lewis Moore, baritone; Allison Willet, violin; Kelly Roudabush, recorder and flute.
   Sunday February 14th, 3:00 p.m. Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin street, Chapel Hill, NC. General Admission $15

Phone: 617-922-9667;

Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com.

Website: www.elfuegofire.com

 

To sing or not to sing...a Villancico!

A Boston Early Music Festival Fringe Concert: 12:00 NOON:  EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble (Salomé Sandoval, soprano, baroque guitar, archlute and artistic direction; Tamsin Simmill, mezzo-soprano; Matvey Lapin and Peter Lekx, violins; Malina Rauschenfels, soprano and cello; Paula Maust, harpsichord)
“Furtive Fire” Sacred and Secular Spanish Baroque Cantatas and arias from Operas and Zarzuelas by Antonio de Literes (1673-1747) and José de Nebra (1702-1768) in the style of Pergolesi and Handel. Lindsay Chapel at Emmanuel Church, 15 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116. General Admission $20, Senior $10, Student $5. Phone: 617-922-9667; Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com. Website: www.elfuegofire.com and www.facebook.com/elfuegoearlymusic

 

About El Fuego

Early Music Festival

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Keeping the flame alive!

El Fuego presents: A Spanish Baroque Cantata (Music play) by Antonio de Literes (1673-1747).

“Los Elementos” is a cantata about how Air, Fire, Earth and Fire compete to reign the world; Dawn and Time will have the last word!

   EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble: Salomé Sandoval, soprano, baroque guitar, archlute and artistic direction; Malina Rauschenfels, Tamsin Simmill, voices. Matvey Lapin, violin. Special guests.
   Sunday May 22nd, 3:00 p.m. Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin street, Chapel Hill, NC. General Admission $15

Phone: 617-922-9667;

Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com.

Website: www.elfuegofire.com

 

Acis and Galatea

El Fuego (meaning ‘fire’ in Spanish) has impressed  audiences with their synthesis of early music and folk styles; their versatility as singers and multi-instrumentalists is shown in their unique repertoire from Spain and the New World colonies.  Now based in Chapel Hill, NC, Artistic Director Salomé Sandoval has received wide acclaim for singing while providing her own continuo parts on lutes and guitars; together with period instrumentalists, El Fuego creates an unusually rich sound, full of melodic and rhythmic excitement in their performance of Villancicos, Xácaras and other sacred vocal repertoire, as well as stage music, keeping the flame of little-known musical masters burning in the 21st century.

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Furtive Fire

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Past Performances

Tischbein

A New World Christmas!

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Flemish school

Cupid's Fire

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Elements

Murillo

El Fuego presents: A Weekend of lectures, workshops and concerts focusing on Spanish Baroque music. MORE INFO COMING UP SOON!

   EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble: Salomé Sandoval, soprano, baroque guitar, archlute and artistic direction; Special guests.
   September 1st-4th, 2016. Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin street, Chapel Hill, NC.

Phone: 617-922-9667;

Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com.

Website: www.elfuegofire.com

 

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Early Music Ensemble

Sunday

El Fuego presents: A selection of fun Villancicos and Ensaladas (quod Libet) by Mateo Flecha  (1481-1553)

   EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble: Salomé Sandoval, soprano, vihuela, baroque guitar and artistic direction;  Special guest singers and viol consort.
   Sunday December 20th, 2016 3:00 p.m. Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin street, Chapel Hill, NC. General Admission $15

Phone: 617-922-9667;

Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com.

Website: www.elfuegofire.com

 

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El Fuego presents: A selection of songs from Shakespeare time by John Dowland (1563-1626) and Jose Marin  (1619-1699)

“To sing or not to sing...a Villancico” is a performance of intimate, sorrowful and cheerful songs about unrequited love, featuring Elizabethan style compositions and their counter parts in Spain.

   EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble: Salomé Sandoval, soprano, lute, baroque guitar and artistic direction;  Tamsin Simmill, mezzo-soprano; Juan Alamo, percussion; Special guest: Caroline Usher, lute and four-course guitar.
   Sunday October 18th, 3:00 p.m. Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin street, Chapel Hill, NC. General Admission $15

Phone: 617-922-9667;

Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com.

Website: www.elfuegofire.com

 

El Fuego presents: A Spanish Baroque Zarzuela (Music play) by Antonio de Literes (1673-1747).

“Acis and Galatea” is a play with music about how the shepherd Acis and his rival the Cyclop Polyphemus fall in love with the sea nymph Galatea. Fun for all ages!

   EL FUEGO Early Music Ensemble: Salomé Sandoval, soprano, baroque guitar, archlute and artistic direction; Molly Quinn, Tamsin Simmill,  Malina Rauschenfels, Lewis Moore, singers; Matvey Lapin and Allison Willet, baroque violins;  Barbara Krumdieck, baroque cello; Paula Maust, harpsichord. Special guest: William Lycan, actor.
   Sunday August 30th, 3:00 p.m. Chapel of the Cross, 304 East Franklin street, Chapel Hill, NC. General Admission: $10

Children under 12: free

Phone: 617-922-9667;

Email: elfuegofire@gmail.com.

Website: www.elfuegofire.com