Salt Spring Baroque is pleased to present, from Texada Island, Albano Berberi (keyed lyre) and Joya Muma (lute, viol).
June 16, 2023 7:00 pm
All Saints by-the-Sea Anglican Church
110 Park Drive, Salt Spring Island
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Canadian renaissance lutenist, Joya Muma received her BA in Music from the University of York, UK with further studies at Longy School of Music in Boston. She has given performances throughout Canada, the USA and the UK, including at The National Centre for Early Music, in York UK, with more recent performances in Victoria and Montreal. She enjoys researching Italian music of the 15th and 16th centuries and her first published article can be found in LSA Quarterly. Joya also plays tenor viol, bass viol and cello. She is currently studying Art History at Concordia University in Montreal.
Albano Berberi was born in Albania in 1990, and first began his violin studies in Greece at age five. He then moved to the United States, where he developed a passionate interest in Baroque music. In 2017, he graduated with an Artist Diploma in harpsichord from the Longy School of Music of Bard College. Currently, Albano performs on violin and harpsichord in the US and Canada. He has composed several original works in the Baroque style, several of which have been performed by groups such as Harvard Baroque and the Rare Byrds Ensemble. For the Salt Spring concert Albano will be playing a keyed lyre by Stephen Sorli.