Sepharad Trio/Trío Sefarad
Trío Sefarad /Sepharad Trio/ a group which devotes itself to the interpretation of
Sephardic music ( Judeo-Spanish Romances), was created by its present members in 1994.
Since it was created, and after carrying out an arduous research work, Trío Sefarad has successfully performed in International Festivals (I International Sephardic Music Festival in Cordova, International Week of Ancient Music of Burgos, International Summer Festivals of Nágera, International Music Festival of Palencia, International Music Festival of Jaca, International "Murcia Tres Culturas" /Murcia - Three Cultures/ Festival, International Music Festival of Veruela Monastery, La Celestina Fifth Centennial, Juan March Foundation, etc.), as well as concerts in Auditoriums and Cultural Centers throughout the whole Spanish geography, in addition to performing abroad (Germany, England, Poland, Portugal, Israel, France,…).
Trío Sefarad's interpretations are based on existent musicological studies, enriched through their own research and by their connection with members of Sephardic communities in different countries.
Trío Sefarad's performances have been taped and retransmitted by TVE (Spanish Television), autonomous and regional television channels (Spain), Radio Clásica (National Radio of Spain), CX6 SODRE (National Radio of Uruguay) and, owing to the research and propagation work of Sephardic Music, its members have been interviewed in: Cadena Ser /a Network/ (Spain), Cadena COPE (Spain), Canal 5 /a TV channel/ (Television of Uruguay), Canal Alef /a TV channel/ (Cable television, Argentina), CX24 Radio El Tiempo /a Radio Station/ (Uruguay), El País newspaper, Últimas Noticias newspaper (Uruguay), etc.
During 2005, Trio Sefarad, has presented his CD " Aromas de Sefarad " (Lachrimae - LCD9712) and prepares nowadays his second work.
Recently, Trio Sefarad, has collaborated with the musicologist Juan Jose Ruiz Molina recording the sephardic music part of the Book - Disc: " Músicas tradicionales mediterráneas - Lo común y lo diferente"
Trío Sefarad is now devoted to the task of recovering and presenting this rich and forgotten repertoire in Concert Halls.