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'El Banquete del Duque'

Un banquete teatralizado al modo del Siglo de Oro.

Textos originales & selección de textos clásicos: José Ignacio Delgado

Adaptaciones Musicales: Alfonso "Poncho" Corral

Reconstrucciones coreográficas: J.I. Delgado

Asesoría Gastronómica: J.I. Delgado

Regiduría: Teresa Ramos

Alfonso Corral "Maestro Filippo Piccinini"

(rabel, violín, guitarra, harmonium, percusión, canto)

José Ignacio Delgado "Tomé Pinheiro"

(narración, canto, percusión, flauta barroca de pico, sopranino, tin whistle)

Violeta Delgado "Ministril" (tambor, darbuka, otra percusión)

María Ángeles "Doña Juana de Puertocarrero"

(Danza Histórica, percusión)

Laia Ramón "Doña Mariana Riederer de Paar"

(Danza Histórica, percusión)

Teresa Ramos: "Maestra de Ceremonias" 

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Created in collaboration with the MadreTierra News Agency , this version of "Fastiginia", which maintains the structure of the original work, integrates the kitchen into its montage to offer the viewer (now also a 'diner') a unique experience.  In this way, JI Delgado's previous work in the recreation of court festivals and historical gastronomy, mainly for the Il Gentil Lauro group and the Ars Divina association, is valued.  

An exceptional scenic and gastronomic entertainment, designed to be enjoyed by small groups within the framework of select catering establishments, to which our project offers advice on the recipes of the great master chefs of the Renaissance and Baroque.

With these demanding criteria, we have created a 'moving work of art' that could only be partially understood as a theatrical banquet, since it also incorporates diverse elements such as 'incidental' music, historical dance, songs and ballads, original texts and classics...

The ineffable Tomé Pinheiro, acting as Grand Master of Ceremonies, together with the musician of the Royal Chamber Filippo Piccinini and the rest of the characters, becomes a guide for the contemporary traveler, who is invited to immerse himself in a universe of sensations that attend both to the senses as to the spirit. References to Leonardo Da Vinci in his lesser-known role as Master of Banquets, a 'master class' on the use of potions and poisons, songs and dances in which the diner is invited to participate, gastronomic texts by Quevedo or Shakespeare, and a 'high-flying' menu, are just some of the attractions that raise Fastiginia to another level in the field of cultural tourism and experience.

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