“Amid the usual parade of famous, anonymous maestros, here, finally, was a man worth celebrating,” the New Yorker once wrote of Jordi Savall. Now the distinguished Catalan composer, viola da gambist, and musical historian gathers a global
array of dancers, singers, and musicians to pay homage to the music of Europe, Africa, and the Americas in a stunning exploration of humanity, spiritual resistance, and community in the face of slavery’s unimaginable cruelty.
Generously supported by Mary and Clinton Gilliland
Also supported by the Departament de Cultura of the Generalitat de Catalunya, the Institut Ramon Llull, and the Unesco