Bell-ringers, horn-blowers and other players come from all over the place to liven up the Festival. Musicians from all over Europe perform during the days of the Festival, the streets becoming the best of stages. The noble buildings and the walls embrace the musicians and spectators and turn every corner of the old city into an improvised stage. To walk through the old town is to travel into the past.
When night falls, it is the turn of the dancing: nobles and artisans dance, regardless of their condition, to the sound of ancient melodies. Gallantry dominates in the dancing and seduction can be found in the details and small gestures. The party never stops, and the attorneys encourage the citizens (just as they did in the past), to make "balls i bullícis, jocs i regosijos, los més exquisits y graciosos que mai sien fets", (dances and noise, games and fun, the most exquisite and graceful that have ever been made.
A rumor comes from the deepest part of the forest. It's Jabón, a small nomadic tribe.
Imagine a forgotten tribe...dressed in animal skins and playing big horn brass. These musicians recover the ancestral sounds of horns and drums.
Mythological and fantastic creatures drawn from Grimoires come to town with their powers and music. The term grimoire is a general name given to a variety of texts setting out the names of demons and instructions on how to raise them.
The Red Dragon is one of the most representative groups of medieval music in Hungary. Their repertoire consists of both old Hungarian folk songs and medieval ones collected throughout Europe.
Slavic traditional tunes for a musical trip across Europe. A Czech group who brings us both 16th century European music and classic Moravian and Bohemian folk songs.
With a disciplined formation consisting of period instruments, they are the best example of the musical groups emerging from the Renaissance Festival.
The fanfare solemnly opens and announces the most important ceremonies and events.
Popular and Renaissance dances. If you want to have a good time with non-stop dancing, this event is a must.
The horses fight, making their bells ring, reminding us of the battle for conquest by Ramon Berenguer IV of Tortosa.
An experienced company. Turdión accomplishes through the use of precise instrumentation to bring the music played for court musicians in the Renaissance.
A large band of wind instruments. Their arrangements of the pieces of the time are simply spectacular.
The polyphony of the time by this prestigious musical institution in the unique setting of the Church
These young players are inspired by the muse of music. They delight us with the classical pieces of the time accompanied by dancing.
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