Dani Espasa, conductor
Anna Romaní, choreography
Eva Narejos, Tanja Skok, Olivier Collin and Anna Romaní, dancers
Vespres d’Arnadí, Baroque orchestra
Music by A. Corelli, J. F. Rebel, J. J. Fux, Ch. Desmazures, F. Guerau, A. Soler, anonymous dances found in a farmhouse in the Pyrenees, and improvisations.
Under the title of “Weightless bloom”, Vespres d’Arnadí presents a new concert-show with Baroque music and dance, where they will be performing works related to dance representative of the most important different styles of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries in Europe, with choreography by Anna Romaní. Reference will also be made during the show to the music and dance that was performed in Catalonia during the Baroque era; from music by Charles Desmazures that most certainly would have been played at Philip V’s wedding to Marie Louise of Savoy in Figueres in 1701, to the anonymous dance music that was found some years ago in a farmhouse in the Pyrenees. There will also be pieces by some of the leading composers in Europe, such as Arcangelo Corelli, Johann Joseph Fux and Jean-Féry Rebel, with his well-known work 'Les caractères de la danse'. A show that will invite audiences to let their imagination soar.