Hexacordo was born in 2003 during Manuel Pascual’s time in Switzerland, when he was studying in the Schola Cantorum in Basle. 

The group’s first steps were to participate in various competitions commemorating the fourth centenary of the publication of El QuijoteThe group opened the Cervantes week in Alcalá de Henares in October 2004 with the programme A Musical Journey Through the Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quijote de la Mancha.

In 2005 the group completed a long, intense and successful tour all around Spain, culminating with their first foray abroad beginning in the United Kingdom. In 2006 , their show Of Beauty and Madness , dedicated to Juana the Ist of Castile was premiered in the Corral de Comedias de Alcalá. In August 2007 Hexacordo closed the International Festival of Early Music in Brezice (Slovenia), with the show Beltraneja and CatholicSubsequently, they have continued their work of spreading Spanish culture throughout Portugal and Switzerland.

Since then, the group has participated in national and international festivals, musicology congresses, radio broadcasts, theatre plays, historical event re-enactments, soundtrack recordings and film appearances.

“Hexacordo se centró en obras poco conocidas pero de gran calidad. Fueron versiones vivas, bien conjuntadas…” 

Andrés Moreno Mengíbar, Diario de Sevilla, agosto de 2011
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