Le Concert des Nations

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Jordi Savall, Manfredo Kraemer, Xavier Díaz-Latorre, Philipe Pierlot, Pierre HantaÏ, Marc Hantaï
Le Concert des Nations at Palau de la Música Catalana[1]

Le Concert des Nations is an orchestra with period instruments, able to perform the orchestral and symphonic repertoire from the Baroque to Romanticism: 1600 - 1900. The orchestra was created in 1989, the youngest of the groups conducted by the Catalan maestro and viola da gamba virtuoso Jordi Savall. Le Concert des Nations is the first orchestra of its kind made up of musicians who originate mainly from Latin countries (Spain, South America, Italy, Portugal, France as well as many other countries). The name Le Concert des Nations refers to the work by François Couperin as an assembly of "tastes" and bears the mark of the Age of Enlightenment. Le Concert des Nations is the orchestra of La Capella Reial de Catalunya.


  1. ^ "Fundació CIMA | Centre Internacional de Música Antiga". www.fundaciocima.org (in Catalan). Retrieved 2017-02-20.

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