Lina Tur Bonet
Guest Director & violinist
Regarded as one of today’s most interesting, exciting and innovative violinists, Lina Tur Bonet is sought after by ensembles across Europe. A native of Ibiza, Spain, she founded MUSIca ALcheMIca, an ensemble that has performed across Europe, the Americas, and Japan with a multidisciplinary approach that has included projects with poet Antonio Colinas (La tumba negra, a tribute to J.S. Bach), and performances in museums and other unusual venues in collaboration with video artists, actors, dancers, photographers, goldsmiths, filmmakers, and puppeteers. With the ensemble she has released eight award-winning CDs of music by Jacquet de la Guerre, Biber, Corelli, and Bartok. Other recent records include a CD of Vivaldi concertos, a duo CD with renowned violinist Enrico Onofri, and La Bellezza, a selection of Italian, Austrian and German 17th-century music.
Lina Tur Bonet is professor of baroque violin and viola at University of Music Franz Liszt in Weimar, and associate professor in the historical performance program at Madrid’s Reina Sofía School of Music.
Directed by Lina Tur Bonet
Castello Sonata 16
Capricornus Sonata a 8
Bertali Sonata a 3
Bertali Sonata a 6 “1,000 Gulden”
Schmeltzer Serenata con altre arie
Schmeltzer Sonata a 4
Marini “L’Aguzzona” from Affetti musicali
Picchi Canzona 17 a 2 chori
Westhoff “Imitazione del liuto” from Sonata 2
Weichlein Sonata 3 from Encaenia musices
Known as the “Kate Bush of early music” and “the Jimi Hendrix of the baroque violin,” get to know Lina Tur Bonet in our latest interview.