The Ensemble L'Ampastratta was born in 2014 as a result of the interest of its members in the interpretation of early music, being a very heterogeneous group of young musicians, both for their concerns and for their specialties.
The members of L'Ampastratta have come to a continuous work, both in the search and in the improvement of the instrumental and vocal music of the 16th and 17th centuries, mainly Italian and Spanish. This group is made up of six performers, all of them music professionals in their respective specialties: Baroque singing, recorder, violin and viola, Baroque cello, Renaissance and Baroque plucked string, harpsichord and historical percussion .
As an ensemble, they have received training from Luís Antonio González, Manfredo Kraemer and Erik Bosgraaf, in Valencia, Murcia and Amsterdam respectively.
They have performed in places such as the National Archaeological Museum (MAN) in Madrid and the El Greco Museum in Toledo (in the MusaE project in 2017 and 2019 respectively), in the Chapel of San Miguel de los Reyes for FEVATED and for the Renaixement Festival organized by the Capella de Ministrers Cultural Foundation , being selected as an emerging group in 2018 ; in the Palace of the Dukes of Cervelló in Valencia and in the Church of San Nicolás in Valencia. Recently, it has participated as a Resident Group in the Sierra Espuña International Ancient Music Festival of the 2018 edition, organized by ECOS Festival
Gabriel Belkheiri García del Pozo recorder and tenor
Amparo Camps Contreras baroque violin and viola
Francisco López López Renaissance and Baroque plucked string
Javier Caballero Ros hapsichord
Paula Molina González baroque cello
Christian Berenjano Marín historical percussion