Carlos Oramas is performing a concert in Teguise with baroque guitar and vihuela (stringed instrument similar to the guitar widespread in the fifteenth century) and theorbo (lute-like musical instrument baroque, but larger, appeared in the sixteenth century)on the 5th April 2013 at 21.00 at la Casa del Timple-Palacio Spínola.

The mayor of Teguise, Oswaldo Betancourt, has said it is a concert of great historic and artistic significance, which builds bridges between temporal and aesthetic meaning timple as the traditional instrument, and their European predecessors, who rode between the cultured and the popular throughout the centuries.

The commissioner of la Casa del Timple, Benito Cabrera, reports that the call of early music has had big fans in our islands. One of the most outstanding performers is Carlos Oramas, which has abounded in the knowledge and study of stringed instruments (string instruments) historical ranging from the Renaissance to Romanticism. Concert will be playing vihuela, theorbo and baroque guitar, offering a repertoire of works by authors such as Alonso de Mudarra, Luys de Narvaez or Gaspar Sanz, comprising the historical stages of the Renaissance and Baroque.