The Archdiocese of Cusco, in co-organization with the Ministry of Culture and the mensurabilis Project, lodged from 21 to 25 September the "Second Latin Cusco Baroque Festival 2015" event which took place last year with great success in its first edition, putting music scene sixteenth and eighteenth centuries, as a result of the research, transcription and distribution of musical scores of San Antonio Abad Seminar. This year the Festival will offer lectures on art, iconography, history and architecture, in addition to the concerts that will be held in five temples in the city.
The works, mostly Latin American repertoire will be composed from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century by authors from Latin America, many of these works written and premiered in Cusco for the first time a few centuries ago. The conference will take place at the Casa Garcilaso, from 04:00 pm, with the exhibitors to doctors, Jaime Mariazza, Marcela Corvera (Mexico) and Almerindo Ojeda; Father Ernesto Cucho Dolmos, Architect Manuel Ollanta Aparicio.; teachers, Cristina García Banegas (Uruguay), Aurelio Tello, Parcival Módolo (Brazil), Theo Tupayachi and Ivan Zignaigo.
Concerts will take place in the various temples in the city, after Mass, at 07:30 pm: On Monday 21, at the Temple of the Society of Jesus, Ensemble Artifex; Tuesday 22, at the Temple of Mercy, the early music ensemble PUCP; Wednesday 23, at the Temple of San Francisco, Chamber Ensemble Symphony Orchestra of Cusco; Thursday 24 at the Temple of Santo Domingo, Galante Ensemble, of Mexico; and Friday 25, at the Cathedral of Cusco, Organ Concert, Cristina García Banegas, Uruguay.
In addition, on Monday 21, as the beginning of Festival before Mass, there is provided a Bell Concert under the direction of Ivan Zignaigo five temples in the city. Ten composers and distributed in the various temples will allow this fantasy that people can enjoy from the surrounding squares and streets.
The Archdiocese of Cusco, extends the invitation to all the Cusco population to participate in the extraordinary "Second Lationamericano Cusco Baroque Festival 2015", which seeks to expand research on the Renaissance and Baroque art and spread over 420 musical scores that has in our archbishop file, whose research, transcription and dissemination, have been entrusted to the musician Ivan Zignaigo and RP Ernesto Cucho Dolmos. Admission to the lectures and concerts will be free, it is recommended not only carry babies, as they will not be allowed admission.