Ensemble L'aura Rilucente
The Ensemble L’Aura Rilucente came to life in the historical halls of the Renaissance Villa Simonetta, home to the Accademia Internazionale della Musica, Italy’s most reknown school of Early music, located in the city of Milan.
Coming from four different countries in order to perfect their knowledge of historical performance practice with internationally acclaimed musicians such as: Mara Galassi, Stefano Montanari, Lorenzo Ghielmi and Gaetano Nasillo, the young members of this group met at the academy during their course of chamber music in 2009.
The fixed member of the ensemble are
Sara Bagnati (Violin),
Heriberto Delgado Gutiérrez (Violin),
Silvia Serrano Monesterolo (Cello),
Maximilian Ehrhardt (Baroque Harp),
and Giorgio Dal Monti (Harpsicord).
The element that sets this ensemble apart is the fruitful interaction of different personalities and temperaments. United by their passion for early music they found an instinctive and emotive way of interpretation of the Italian musical repertoire of the 17th and 18th century.
They performed during several concert series such as “Il clavicembalo a San Marco” (Brera, Milano), “I Concerti di San Girolamo” (Bagnacavallo, Ravenna) and “I Concerti Dell’Accademia” (National Museum, Ravenna).
They also were featured as a young upcoming ensemble in a concert series by the Accademia Bizantina, and have recently been asked to perform at the "Altemusiek Tagen" in Berlin in October 2012.