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The Ensemble Triada from San Francisco presents a program of both sacred and traditional music, with instrumental and vocal songs originating from the 9th century Iberian Peninsula of al-Andalus, including songs sung in Spanish, Ladino, Arabic, Turkish, and Hebrew.

El Ensemble Triada de San Francisco presenta un programa de música sacra y tradicional, con canciones instrumentales y vocales provenientes de la Península Ibérica de al-Andalus del siglo IX, incluyendo canciones en español, ladino, árabe, turco y hebreo.

El Ensemble Triada de Sant Francisco presenta un programa de música sacra i tradicional, amb cançons instrumentals i vocals provinents de la Península Ibèrica del-Andalus del segle IX, incloent cançons en espanyol, ladino, àrab, turc i hebreu.

ENSEMBLE TRIADA

Inspired by Patricia Caicedo and born out of the Barcelona Festival of Song, Tríada is a chamber music ensemble of professional guitar, violin, and vocal musicians who offer high-caliber, sophisticated musical performances for special events and occasions. From the Catalan word for 'triad,' Tríada is formed by three young musicians based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Jakob Sonnek (guitar), Taryn Rosenquist (violin, piano, voice), and Claire MacKenzie (voice, frame drum), all share a background in classical music and a passion for world music. Specializing in musical genres from around the globe, Tríada aims to introduce audiences to classical and traditional repertoire that is rarely performed. Tonight’s unique performance by Tríada will feature music both sacred and traditional, with instrumental and vocal songs originating from the 9th century Iberian Peninsula of al-Andalus, including songs sung in Spanish, Ladino, Arabic, Turkish, and Hebrew.


Claire MacKenzie (voice, frame drum)

is an internationally recognized mezzo-soprano, possessing an intrigue of world musics. Ms. MacKenzie received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music with concentrations in Opera and Middle Eastern Art Song, as well as a Minor in German Language and Literature from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, after which she went on to study Arabic Language and Recitation at Middlebury College. She has performed a number of operas and concerts in venues throughout North America, Russia, South Korea, China, Germany, Austria, Spain and Portugal, most notably her Carnegie Hall solo debut of the Rahbani Brothers’ Andalousiyyāt Suite. Currently, Ms. MacKenzie studies with Eugene Brancoveanu and Ali Paris, and she is in pursuit of an MM and PhD in Performing Arts and Music Education through Boston University’s College of Music. Following her recent music studies and performances in Spain with the Barcelona Festival of Song, Ms. MacKenzie is thrilled to share the rich and splendid music cultures of Andalusia and the Latin Americas with audiences here in the San Francisco Bay Area


Jakob Sonnek (guitar)

is a Swedish born classical guitarist located in San Francisco where he is currently attending a Master's of Music program at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, under the tutelage of Marcin Dylla and David Tannenbaum. Before moving to San Francisco, Sonnek earned a Bachelor's Degree in classical guitar performance from Malmö Academy of Music in Sweden. He spent his last year of his studies at the University of California Santa Cruz, developing his interest for modern music. Sonnek has been awarded with several prizes and scholarships, including the prestigious Matthew Wynbrant Guitar Award, second place in the SFCM Concerto Competition and scholarships from among others, the Royal Swedish Academy of Music and the Prince Carl Philip's Foundation for Music and Arts. Sonnek specializes in the performance of chamber and modern music, particularly compositions of Spanish and South American origin. Recently, Sonnek completed a tour in the San Francisco Bay Area, featuring an historic replica built by the San Francisco master luthier, Alan Pearlman, of the original 1888 Antonio de Torres guitar.


Taryn Rosenquist (piano, violin, voice)

is an emerging presence in the Bay Area. She is a passionate performer with equal interest in cultivating a new generation of musically-minded individuals. Originally from Chicago, she studied Fine Art and Elementary Education at North Park University. During her time there, she participated in the development of the first El Sistema-inspired Music Education System in Chicago, the YOURS Project. Her time in Chicago also taught her versatility as a performer, with experience ranging from various chamber music ensembles, to performing in the House of Blues, to underscoring for Strawdog Theatre and 2nd Story, to playing with Northbrook Symphony. Since arriving in the the San Francisco Bay Area , Taryn has expanded her repertoire to include more piano and vocal performance. Recent collaborations include Livermore Valley Opera, Solano Symphony, Contemporary Opera Marin, singing with Our Lady of Fatima Byzantine Church and St. Augustine Episcopal Church, and the newly formed ensemble Tríada. She also devotes her time and effort to a large studio of music students in the East Bay.





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