top of page
SARA Águeda.jpg

Sarah Agueda

baroque harp

He began his studies at the Arturo Soria Conservatory in Madrid. In 2005 he accessed the higher degree of music at the Zaragoza Conservatory of Music (CSMA) and at the same time began his career at the National Classical Theater Company (CNTC) as a stage musician, in which he participated in numerous productions, rescuing thus, the extensive repertoire of human tones and instrumental music that formed part of the theatrical landscape of the Spanish Golden Age. With the company he makes numerous national and international tours.

 

His taste for early music led him to the Higher School of Music of Catalonia (ESMUC) to complete his training with a Bachelor's and a Master's in historical interpretation with the harpist Mara Galassi.

 

He regularly plays at the most important festivals in the world, highlighting countries such as France, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Poland, Spain, Sweden, Latvia, India, USA, Colombia, Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Argentina, Uruguay, China... He collaborates with numerous groups dedicated to historical interpretation such as Música Ficta, Capilla Jerónimo de Carrión, LUZ Y NORTE, WorkinGOpera, Música Alchemica, Seville Baroque Orchestra, La Ritirata, Vandalia, Navarra Chamber Choir, Capella Sanctae Crucis, La Grande Chapelle, Armonía Concertante, Camerata Ibérica, Cantoría Hispánica, Esquivel, Capella de Ministrers, Le Poème Harmonique…

 

He has been part of the educational project L'Orfeo de Monteverdi at the Teatro Real in Madrid and has made numerous recordings for the labels Glossa, Brilliant Classic, Enchiriadis, Alpha, Panclassic, Harmonia Mundi, Dux, Cantus Records, Vanitas, Lauda Música, CMY Barroque... and, for radio and television, including RTVE (Spain), France Musique, RTP (Portugal), Stockholm Radio, Catalunya Musica, CultureBox, Mezzo, Arte...

 

A TRIP TO NÁPOLES is his first solo album with historical harps,  and the second album EL TEATRO DEL ARPA and the recently released third STRAVAGANZA together with the harpsichordist Javier Núñez.

Opera Omnia
bottom of page