Photo credits: Filipe Faria/Arte das Musas 2017 Milena Cord-to-Krax | recorder Alexander Nicholls | baroque cello César Queruz | theorbo Last November 25th we premiered our new program on 17th c. Italian music at Fora … Read more
It really happened, I made my first professional recording go public: J.S. Bach — BWV 995 arranged for a melody instrument and b.c. by M. Cord-to-Krax Musick’s Recreation. Milena Cord-to-Krax Milena Cord-to-Krax | alto recorder … Read more
Last 23rd & 24th of February I was happy to play next to Bárbara Sela and Alejandra Fernández in a contemporary dance performance at Teatro de la Maestranza in Seville. The event was organized by … Read more
I’ve always loved this first movement of Telemann’s 10th Fantasia for solo flute. I play it very unrytmically because I feel I can tell its story much better this way. I’m a professional freelance recorder … Read more
Milena Cord-to-Krax, recorder | Johanna Rose, viella
Earlier this month, I was lucky to get to perform with excellent viol player Johanna Rose. This piece forms part of a medieval music duo program:
La dolçce sere
Medieval Italy around 1400: names such as Ciconia or Landini, famous and celebrated composers in their time, often seem to be quite unknown to lovers of early music nowadays. Through ballatas, madrigals and virtuously ornamented pieces from the Faenza Codex we invite you to have a little look into a surprising repertory of particular beauty!
Next week, 09/04/15, I’m going to play a duo concert with Alejandro Casal (organ) in a village in Southern Spain –San Roque– next to Gibraltar. I am very happy about the program, since this music … Read more
I had to take some photos of the baroque alto recorder I’m selling, which was fun, so I went on with a renaissance recorder by Bob Marvin and it ended up being a little photo session. The quality may not be the best, I took the photos with a mobile phone 🙁 The photos of the baroque alto are here.