Keyboard player, conductor, and researcher specializing in medieval repertoires, David Catalunya cultivates a double profile as a performer and musicologist. He has brought the sound of his clavisimbalum to the most prestigious concert halls and Early Music festivals throughout Europe. He is regularly invited to give courses and master-classes at international centers of Early Music, such as the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, the Grieg Academy, and the ESMUC in Barcelona. This event was funded in part by the Council for the Arts at MIT.
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