EARLY MUSIC COMPANY
Group created in 2009, takes its name from the second treatise on plainchant written by the Chapel Master and Basque theoretician Gonzalo Martínez de Bizcargui that saw the light in Zaragoza in the year 1538, with the title:
Intonationes nuevamente corregidas según uso de los modernos que hoy cantan y entonan en la iglesia romana
(Intonations again corrected according to the use of the moderns who today sing and intonation in the Roman church)
It wants to direct its activity towards the interpretation, with musicological and historical criteria, of the great European general repertoire from the 16th to the 18th centuries, with special attention to Hispanic composers, especially those works that remain unknown in the various musical archives.
Since its formation, Intonationes has already performed at festivals such as the Ancient Music Cycle of the Cathedral of Santa María in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Musikaste, FEMAS (Seville Ancient Music Festival) and in the "Siglos de Oro" Cycle organized by Caja Madrid.
It is configured as a group with a variable composition depending on the needs of each program, with no other limitations than those required by the structure of the repertoire.