Concert Series
“Resuene el Clarín”: The Hispanic Society Music Collection

performed by Meridionalis

Amy Goldin, Sherezade Panthaki, Molly Quinn, Solange Merdinian, Mikki Sodergren, Tim Parsons, Kirsten Sollek, Andrew Fuchs, Steve Hrycelak, Thomas McCargar; Priscilla Herreid, Anna Marsh, Ann Ellsworth, Manuel Vilas, Paul Wiancko, Adam Cockerham, Dongsok Shin

Sebastian Zubieta, conductor

Thursday, June 25, 2020 at 6:00pm.


Resuene el Clarín: The Hispanic Society Music Collection. Performed by Meridionalis


Mitchell A. Codding
Executive Director and President, Hispanic Society Museum & Library
Sebastian Zubieta
Music Director, Americas Society


Juan Hidalgo (1614- 1685)

¿Quién significa mejor?


Miguel Gómez Camargo (1618- 1690)



Andrés Lorente (1624-1703)

Conceptio gloriosae


Andrés Navarro (s. XVII)

¿Cómo podré yo de ti?


Manuel de Egüez (1657- 1729?)

Salve del mar


Bernardo Álvarez

Salve Regina, esperanza



Pastores de los montes


About Meridionalis:
Established in 2010, Meridionalis, comprised of leading singers of the NYC area, is Americas Society’s vocal ensemble, specializing in early and contemporary music from the hemisphere. The ensemble has been lauded for its “well-blended, joyous sound” and “beautifully rendered programs” by The New York Times. The mission of Meridionalis is to promote little-known and rarely performed repertoire, collaborating with expert musicologists and instrumental ensembles across the globe on programs of sacred and secular choral music. In 2019 Naxos released the ensemble’s debut album, dedicated to the choral music of Argentine composer Pablo Ortiz. This season, Meridionalis continues its exploration of the extraordinary music included in the Hispanic Society’s library and will release an internet version of Sergio Policicchio’s production of Kopernkikus, which the group performed in Buenos Aires and New York.

This program has been created in collaboration with Americas Society.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, Spain Culture New York-Consulate General of Spain and New York State Council on the Arts.



Image courtesy of Molly Quinn.