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Valeria Mignaco
Valeria Mignaco began her singing studies in Argentina and obtained her classical and baroque
singing Masters degree at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Holland. Finalist of the International Baroque Singing Competition of the Chateau de Chimay 2004 and 2006 and the International Young Artists Presentation in Anvers (with ensemble Via Artis), she also received an Honorable Mention at the Soloists Competition of the Flemish Early Music Festival in Brugge 2005. Her duo with Alfonso Marín had a Special Mention at the Alte Musik Treff, Berlin 2005.
Valeria has perfomed as soloist with Bachkoor Holland and Concertgebouw Kamerorkest, Cappella Amsterdam, Monteverdikoor Utrecht, Orquesta de Cámara de Rosario and worked under the direction of Gabriel Garrido, Paul van Nevel, Paul McCreesh, Daniel Reuss, Charles de Wolff, Jan Willem de Vriend, Daan Admiraal and Cristián Hernández Larguía. She also collaborates with well-known vocal ensembles like Cappella Amsterdam, Huelgas ensemble and Deutsche Kammerchor. With ensemble Via Artis she participated in the Early Music Festival Barcelona 2005; with Alfonso Marín she performed in the Burgos Early Music Festival 2005, Festival A-de-vant-garde München (2005) and Leicester Early Music Festival (2006), giving many concerts in Holland, Spain, Belgium, England, Portugal, Switzerland and Argentina. 

MF8009 Clear or Cloudy. Lute songs
John Dowland
Clear or Cloudy. Lute songs

Valeria Mignaco
Alfonso Marín luth

England came late to the trend of Lute Song, but embraced it in a way that proved to be more fruitful and influential than in the rest of Europe. This was mainly due to the figure of John Dowland, one of the greatest song composers of any age and the main inspiration behind this recording. 

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