Jairo Serrano

Tenor, baroque guitar, percussion

Julián Navarro
Baroque guitar, vihuela de mano, theorbo
Carlos Serrano
Recorders, shawm, dulcian, pipe and tabor

Sebastián Vega- theorbo

Regina Albanes- theorbo, baroque guitar

Bárbara Cerón- baroque harp

Leonardo Cabo- recorders

Elisabeth Wright- harpsichord

Jairo Serrano - Tenor, percussion, baroque guitar

His expressive singing and stylistic knowledge has been praised by specialized international critics. AllMusic (USA) mentions how his voice breathes life into his performances, and American Record Guide highlights his natural elan, phrasing, clarity and diction. Klassik Magazin (Germany) admires his extreme subtleness as percussionist, and describes his voice as ideal for the repertoire sung. Jairo concluded graduate studies in early music voice at Indiana University, Bloomington, and has taught vocal technique and early music performance practice in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil and Mexico.



Julián Navarro - Baroque guitar, jarana

The specialized press in Latin America and the UK has acknowledged Julián Navarro's continuo accompaniment skills, as well as his excellent technical dexterity, musicianship and respect to early repertoire styles. Julián studied at the Escuela Superior de Música de Cataluña (ESMUC) and concluded a doctorate at Universidad de Barcelona. He is the director of the Music Department at Universidad del Norte in Barranquilla, Colombia, and is a member of the Colombian early music ensembles Esfera Armoniosa and Alfabeto.



Carlos Serrano - Recorders, pipe and tabor

The instrumental versatility and scholarship of Carlos Serrano's performances have been warmly reviewed by Fanfare (USA). The Recorder Magazine (UK) and American Recorder (USA) have described his style as fluid and affectionate. His performances in other woodwinds have been described as intuitive and energetic. Carlos graduated in historical performance from Indiana University, Bloomington.