Mario Sarrechia, muselaar “mother and child”

Genzano di Roma, (Rm), Italia

Sala del Cembalo - Palazzo Sforza-Cesarini

7:00 PM

19.00 - Mario Sarrechia, muselaar mother and child

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John Bull (c1562-1628)
In Nomine (FVB 37)

William Byrd (c1539-1623)
Fantasia in d (MB 46)

Anonymus – Ms. Susanne van Soldt
Pavane Prymera (gebaseerd op ‘A Medley’ van Byrd)
Almande de La nonette
Galliarde quÿ passe

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621)
Malle Sijmen

John Bull
Dutch Dance

Thomas Crecquillon (c1505-c1557)
Antonio de Cabezón (1510-1566)
Ung gay bergeir. Criquillon

William Byrd
The Woods so Wild (FVB 67)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
Fantasia (d5)

William Byrd
Fantasia in C (FVB 103)

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
Paduana Lachrymae (SwWV 328)

William Byrd 
The Hunt’s Up/Pescodd Time (FVB 59/276)

Anonymus – Ms. Susanne van Soldt
Bewaert mij Heer Weest doch myn toeverlaet, den 16 sallem
Wt de diepte o Heere, 130 sallem
De frans galliard
Pavane dan Vers
Brande Champanj

MARIO SARRECHIA, muselaar mother and child
Ingresso ad offerta

Belgian harpsichordist Mario Sarrechia (1988) completed his studies with several distinctions at the Koninklijk Muziekconservatorium of Antwerp (Ewald Demeyere) and the Conservatorium of Amsterdam (Bob van Asperen, Menno van Delft and Richard Egarr). During his education, he followed several masterclasses with distinguished musicians as ao. Gustav Leonhardt and Christophe Rousset.

After his studies, he became part of the world-renowned baroque orchestra La Petite Bande of Sigiswald Kuijken. Performing with them regularly, as a continuo-player and soloist, he has given several tours throughout Europe and Japan. He also recorded multiple CDs with the label ACCENT.

Besides this, he is a frequently asked continuo-player and has performed with ensembles such as Orchestra of the Eighteenth Century, Orkester Nord, La Sfera Armoniosa and RedHerring.

As a soloist, he has given recitals at home and abroad with a repertoire ranging from the 16th to the 19th Century on harpsichord and organ. He has recorded two solo-cd with music related to the famous Antwerp family of harpsichord builders Ruckers. Recently the first cd in a series of three, containing all harpsichord concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach, was released in collaboration with La Petite Bande.

As a researcher, he has focused on keyboard intabulations of French chansons and has given lectures on this subject at the University of Cambridge and the Vleeshuis Museum Antwerp.

Mario Sarrechia lives in Amsterdam and also teaches theory of music that the Hogeschool Leiden (NL).

Venue Details

Sala del Cembalo - Palazzo Sforza-Cesarini Via Scaloni
Genzano di Roma, (Rm)