By Julia Savage on 14th June 2013

The world-renowned viol player Jordi Savall is known for pushing the boundaries; he seems keen not to typecast the viol as a period instrument, but rather to step outside the world of Baroque music and historical performance practice and show the viol’s worth in other genres. Last year he was awarded the Léonie Sonning Music Prize – also known as the Danish “Nobel Prize” for music – a prestigious award (the list of recipients reads like a who’s-who of the music world) given annually to an internationally outstanding composer or performer […]

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