Ars Longa, Channeling Cuban Salsa in the Baroque

At not many concerts of Renaissance and Baroque music do┬áthe performers pick out random audience members to dance with in the aisles. Nor do such concerts typically feature a lutenist who wields his instrument like a rock guitar god, or a “horn section” that choreographs its parts with┬ásalsa- and mambo-style moves. Continue reading “Ars Longa, Channeling Cuban Salsa in the Baroque”