«Kapsberger’s Passacaglia was exquisite, the delicate guitar introduction ending with one fragile note gently taken and gracefully developed by the theorbo.
The following Improvisaciones sobre Caponas y Chaconas created a mesmerising reverie creating a contrast to the final Fandango by Scarlatti – a surprisingly different style to his more frequently played keyboard sonatas.
How glorious to hear these musicians and feel the music of 18th century Spain brought to life.»
The Canberra Times
Jennifer Gall | Mayo de 2016