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CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS

Jordi Savall: Bal-Kan

Honey and Blood: Music in the Ottoman Empire
Tuesday, April 13, 2021 8 PM Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage
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Jordi Savall by Hervé Pouyfourcat
Delve into a journey created by Jordi Savall, who has “what could be the broadest vision among any musicians today of how cultures connect and the historical significance of that for a modern, changing world” (Los Angeles Times). From the reign of the Ottoman Turks to the political divisions of the 20th century, Savall calls the Balkans “at one and the same time a rich meeting point and the theater of dramatic confrontations.” Part of Carnegie Hall’s citywide festival Voices of Hope: Artists in Times of Oppression, experience the extraordinarily diverse cultural traditions that adapted and flourished during the Ottoman Empire’s regime.

Part of: Carnegie Classics, Jordi Savall Perspectives, and Voices of Hope: Artists in Times of Oppression

Performers

Hespèrion XXI
Jordi Savall, Music Director, Vielle, and Rebec
Gürsoy Dinçer, Voice
Tcha Limberger, Voice and Violin
Amira Medunjanin, Voice
Stoimenka Outchikova-Nedialkova, Voice
Katerina Papadopoulou, Voice
Zacharias Spyridakis, Voice and Cretan Lyra

Program

Musical dialogue of the Balkans, and the Roma and Sephardic diasporas

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