In a few years, Concerto Soave has become a reference in the interpretation of Italian music of the Seicento. Born from the meeting of soprano María Cristina Kiehr and harpsichordist Jean-Marc Aymes, they bring together soloists specializing in the Italian repertoire of the 17th century.
The press and the public quickly recognized María Cristina Kiehr as one of the greatest interpreters of baroque singing. She is indeed known to combine the sweetness of her unique tone to a strong respect for poetry texts, which she defends with humility and warmth, in the most musical and stylistic rigor.
Jean-Marc Aymes is the artistic director of Concerto Soave. He cofounded this instrumental ensemble, now considered a reference in the interpretation of the Italian music of the Seicento, with the Argentinean soprano María Cristina Kiehr. The recordings for Harmonia Mundi have collected major international awards. He tours worldwide with this ensemble (UK, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Austria, USA, Canada…), performing in the most prestigious festivals.