Podcasts

Tomas Luis de Victoria in Cadena SER

Broadcasted on: 
10/09/2019

Victoria´s biography review inSER Historia with Nacho Ares and Inés Mogollón, head of comunication from Abvlensis festivaland part of Tomas Luis de Vistoria´s Research Center. 

Music and Word on Tomás Luis de Victoria

Broadcasted on: 
14/07/2019

On Sunday July the 14th 2019, the radio programme “Música con estilo”, devoted a full programme to Victoria´s music with a programme called “Music and word on Tomás Luis de Victoria”. Was this very particular use that Victoria had when created musics for the most sensorial and sinesthesic texts he selected, the main theme on the programme. We could hear some of his motets with texts from the Song of songs, a text with an incredible sensorial and almost phisical caratcer, so rich in images, perfect for Victoria´s mastery.

Música Imagínense

Broadcasted on: 
13/04/2017

The program by Juan Ángel Vela del Campo devote its time to "the best all-time spanish composer" with Juan Carlos Asensio.

La mitad invisible - Officium Defunctorum

Broadcasted on: 
07/11/2015

The program team invited, among others, to the director of Tomas Luis de Victoria Research Center and International Music Festival Abvlensis, Oscar Terron Arroyo, and the musicologist, expert in the Renaissance and professor at the University of Valladolid Soterraña Aguirre, active member of the Center and the Festival team.

Abvlensis 2015 at Ars Musica podcast

Broadcasted on: 
03/08/2015

With the presence of Oscar Arroyo, director of the Conservatory of Ávila and head of Abvlensis, the podcast talks about the festival held since 2012 around the figure of Tomas Luis de Victoria in his native Avila, thanks to the efforts of Tomas Luis de Victoria Research Center.

Tenebrae Responsories by Victoria

Broadcasted on: 
02/04/2015

An informal conversation about this masterpiece by one of the best communicators of spanish podcasting, Emilio Cano.

The muses' secret

Broadcasted on: 
21/10/2012

Programme devoted to the record "El Iesum" by Carlos Mena and Juan Carlos Rivera with Victoria’s music.

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