Medieval Festivals

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Medieval Beauty

Sometimes, when we look at Renaissance portraits of young ladies and gentlemen, we are enchanted by their beauty. Beyond the physiognomic features and the elegant costumes, surely in line with reality, the distinguished characters often seem “cosmetized”. A legitimate question is whether the painters arranged them from the brush or whether they looked exactly like […]

Nomen Est Omen on the Red Carpet

One of the important choices that the musician has to make in the years of his formation is that between celebrity and value (acquired through study and recognized at most at the level of cultural niche), in other words, between the philharmonic and the “red carpet”, to make an analogy with the Oscars. Although the […]

The Energy of the Medieval Music

After a summer with a lot of sun, the return to the rehearsal room is the ideal catalyst for the release of positive energy, especially if the songs performed are jumpy, or at least cheerful. The next image captures a moment in Packington’s Pound, rhythmically and vocally, as an exercise in breathing and balance. Not […]

Changing of the Guard

The movement of historical reenactment in Romania has known a moment, in fact a window of flowering time since 2010. Unlike most European countries, where the emphasis is on shows or commercial and recreational activities (from waiters dressed in costumes bringing “medieval” food and drink to customers with smartphones in their hands and even archery […]

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