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Vivaldi: The Four Seasons

Label: Winter & Winter
Release: 2012
Genre: Classical
Modern Composition

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Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)

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Aarón Zapico
Born in Asturias, Spain, in 1978, Aarón Zapico is one of the most active Spanish harpsichord players. Having obtained the highest grades in piano at the Oviedo Conservatory, he began to take interest in the early music field, attending courses and seminars with renowned specialists. He completed his solo harpsichord diploma with the unanimous praise of the tribunal of The Royal Conservatory of The Hague under the direction of Jacques Ogg and assisted by grants from different institutions.

In 1999 he founded the Baroque music ensemble Forma Antiqva, hailed by the specialized press as “the visible forerunner of the new generation of Early Music in Spain.”. Currently he is the harpsichord player and director of this ensemble with whom perform at the most prestigious Spanish festivals as well as in Bolivia, Brazil, Singapore, Australia, Italy, Holland, Greece, France, The Czech Republic, China, Japan and Serbia. Apart from his solo concerts (Siglos de Oro in Almagro, Fundación March in Madrid, Festival de Sta. Isabel in Zaragoza, Salamanca University...), he collaborates with formations as heterogenic as Accademia del Piacere, El Concierto Español, La Caravaggia, Camerata Iberia, Euskal Barrokensemble, Xacona, Orpheon Consort Wien, La Ritirata, La Real Cámara, Real Filharmonía de Galicia or Asturias and Galicia Symphony Orchestras, under the direction of Frans Brüggen, Emilio Moreno, Victor Pablo Pérez, Pablo González or Fahmi Alqhai. He has conducted several productions and premieres at festivals such as the Pórtico de Zamora Festival or the Semana de Música Religiosa de Cuenca. In 2010 he was the artistic assistant to Kenneth Weiss for the representations of L'Incoronazione di Poppea at the Campoamor Theatre and Arriaga Theatre Opera Seasons.

He has worked as a teacher of Historical Interpretation of Early Music at the CSM in Oviedo, has been Harpsichord and Basso Continuo teacher at the CPM and the CSM in Murcia and associated teacher of early music in Aracena, Gijón, Univ. of Salamanca, Univ. of Extremadura or Daroca. Moreover he has given Master classes at the University of Melbourne, the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Singapore, the Festival de Música Antigua in Gijón, Le Rocher de Palmer in Bordeaux or the Conservatorio Superior de Música del Principado de Asturias. Since november 2009 he is the artistic director of the Early Music Academy in Gijón, Spain.

Currently, Aarón Zapico is harpsichord teacher at the Conservatorio Superior de Música del Principado de Asturias. In the year 2011 he has been appointed artistic director of the Early Music Festival in Gijón.

Aitor Hevia
Born in Oviedo (Spain), he started learning violin under the guidance of his father, José Ramón Hevia. He continued his studies with Iouri Nashouskin, finishing his degree at the "Conservatorio Superior de Música de Oviedo". He would later study with Keiko Wataya at the "Conservatorium van Amsterdam" where he graduated "Cum Laude". He attended violin masterclasses with Alexei Mikline, León Ara, Boris Garlitzky, Ilya Grubert and Charles-André Linale.

He has been awarded scholarships by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Science, the Principality of Asturias and "Cajastur". As soloist he has performed with several orchestras, both in Spain and abroad, Mozart Sinfonia Concertante, Sibelius Concerto and Prokofiev Concerto nº 1. He has been member of the JONDE (Spanish National Youth Orchestra) and EUYO (European Union Youth Orchestra), working with conductors such Carlo Maria Giulini, Sir Colin Davis, Bernad Haitink and Vladimir Ashkenazy. Since his early steps as a musician, he was fascinated by chamber music, finding a unique way of expression. In 2003 he founded the Cuarteto Quiroga, now stablished as one of the most dynamic groups of its generation. The ensemble regularly appears at mail halls and festivals in Europe and America, among others Wigmore Hall London, Philarmonie Berlin, Concertgebouw Doelen Rotterdam, Auditorio Nacional Madrid, Auditori Barcelona, Palau de la Musica, Heidelberg Frühling, Stockholmis Nybrokajen, Frick Collection New York, Teatro Solís Montevideo, Buenos Aires, etc…

In 2007 the Cuarteto Quiroga was awarded the Spanish National Radio Cultural Prize (Premio Ojo Crítico). Studies with Professors Rainer Schmidt, Walter Levine and Hatto Beyerle have deeply influence the musical personality of both Aitor Hevia and the Cuarteto Quiroga. Deeply committed with teaching, Aitor Hevia has been Keiko Wataya´s assistant at her violin class of Musikene. He is currently string quartet teacher at the "Conservatorio Superior de Música de Aragón" and at the International Summer Academy of LLanes.

Forma Antiqva
Comprising the brothers Pablo, Daniel and Aarón Zapico, under the direction of the latter, Forma Antiqva is a musical formation of baroque music, whose members vary from time to time, bringing together the most illustrious performers of their generation having been chosen to play at Spanish festivals of ancient music in the I REMA (Réseau Européen de Musique Ancienne) Showcase 2007. Their brilliant career includes concerts at important prestigious festivals and seasonal events nationwide: Teatro Real in Madrid, Quincena Musical in San Sebastián, L’Auditori in Barcelona, Auditorio in El Escorial, Pórtico de Zamora, Festival Internacional en el Camino de Santiago, Música y Patrimonio de la Fundación Caja Madrid Trust, Ciclo de Cantatas de J. S. Bach in the Churches of Madrid and others, attaining unanimous public as well as critics’ acclaim.

At the same time, and at an international level, Forma Antiqva is consistently, as well as rapidly, adding to its list of venues: in September 2005, they embarked on their first tour, with nine performances in Bolivia (Sta. Cruz, El Alto, Cochabamba y La Paz) and Brazil (Río de Janeiro); in October and November 2007 they were in Singapore (concerts and Master class at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory), Australia (III Melbourne Spring Early Music Festival) and Módena. In November 2008, they were in Athens and in 2009 Amilly (France), Prague, Beijing, Shanghai and Tokyo.

Since November 2008, having been offered Henry Purcell’s opera Dido & Aeneas for the Fundación Caja Madrid, the New York harpsichord performer Kenneth Weiss is the main invited director in Forma Antiqva.

Forma Antiqva inaugurated the Opera Season 2010 - 2011 at Campoamor Theatre in Oviedo and Arriaga Theatre in Bilbao with L’Incoronazione di Poppea by Claudio Monteverdi, under the musical direction of Kenneth Weiss and scenic direction of Emilio Sagi. Forma Antiqva has been awarded with the prize Radio Televisión del Principado de Asturias for the Best Group 2010 and is a "Recommended Group 2010/2011" for the Spanish Association of Classical Music Festivals (FestClásica).

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