Passions of the Soul
Elisabeth Belgrano, voice
Carol Redman, flute
Pablo Champion, theorbo
Concert introduced by
musicologist John S. Powell
(corner of Guadalupe and Johnson Streets,
1 block west of the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum)
Songs from a 17th century manuscript.
“An unusual and unique collection of French, English, Italian, and Spanish airs composed by leading composers of the mid-17th Century, and now owned by the
Prof. John S. Powell
Entrance: $15 at the door
Concert presented by Caprock Early Music Association & The Society for the Honestly Curious
All proceeds from the concert benefit
Caprock Early Music Association.
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Elisabeth Belgrano has specialized in baroque singing since 1992. She has trained with some of the most eminent instructors and performers of early music, including Jessica Cash, Jill Feldman, Emma Kirkby, Agnès Mellon, Jakob Lindberg, and Stephen Stubbs. In 2000 she was awarded a Master of Fine Arts in Music at
During recent years, Ms. Belgrano has dedicated her career to research and creation of concerts inspired by women and salons in
She has performed with Santa Fe Pro Musica, as well as the Albuquerque Baroque Players in
Carol Redman, flutist, has much experience in chamber music roles, with large symphonic orchestras, opera orchestras and chamber orchestras, as solo flutist, principal flutist, second flutist, and piccolo player. She is proficient on the modern flute, the 8-key classical flute, the one-key baroque flute, and recorder. She has made recordings on Koch and Dorian labels, for Santa Fe Pro Musica, the Smithsonian Chamber Music Society, and the Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival. Her professional experience includes flutist with Santa Fe Pro Musica, Smithsonian Chamber Music Society, Santa Fe Opera Orchestra, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, 20th Century Unlimited, Oregon Festival of American Music, San Luis Obispo Mozart Festival (California), Domaine Forget Music Festival (Quebec, Canada), Maryland Handel Festival, Colorado Opera Troupe, Colorado Chamber Players, Ernest Bloch Music Festival, New Mexico Symphony Orchestra, Eugene Symphony (Oregon) and festivals in Germany and Japan.
Ms Redman is a magna cum laude graduate from the
Ms Redman is the Associate Artistic Director and Education Director of Santa Fe Pro Musica. She is responsible for creating and implementing a five-concert orchestra season and a five-concert chamber music season. Her education responsibilities include preparing teaching materials and directed classroom activities for five youth concerts, implementation of the annual statewide Young Artist Scholarship Competition and organization and coordination of the Pro Musica Apprentice Artist Chamber Music Program for young string players in the
Pablo Champion began his serious music study in 1989 at the University of Texas at Austin. There he studied Classical Guitar with Prof. Adam Holzman and received a Bachelor of Music degree after spending a year in Alicante, Spain; where he studied with the late Maestro Jose Tomás. After finishing a Masters degree in Guitar performance at the Eastman school of Music, Pablo switched his interests to early music and continuo playing. This led to Doctoral studies at Indiana University under the tutelage of Nigel North. Pablo regularly plays with violinist Stephen Redfield as part of Duo San Marcos. They have played together in Indiana, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas. Pablo has recently moved to Santa Fe and is the newest addition to the staff at the Violin Shop of Santa Fe.