C’aisi vauc entrebescant
Los motz e·l so afinant:
Es en la baizada.

Bernart Marti

Que así voy entrelazando
Las palabras y el sonido afinando,
como se entrelazan las lenguas
en un beso.

Bernart Marti

Founded in 2015 as a study group fruit of the curiosity of some fellow conservatory, Entrebescant is today a group of musicians and musicologists specialized in the Iberian medieval repertoire. The peculiarities of the medieval period in this territory, melting pot of cultures and house of great courts, have left a rich musical heritage, reflection of a complex socio-cultural network. Entrebescant aims to contribute to the dissemination and conservation of this heritage by producing its own transcriptions of musical manuscripts and offering its own versions.

During the last two years, he has offered concerts in various cycles and national and international festivals such as FIMU Festival of Belfort (France), “Jardín de las delicias” (Segovia), in Espacio Ronda (Madrid) the Provincial Historical Archive of Guadalajara or within the project “Música comestible” in Carcagente (Valencia). They were also finalists of the XIV National Chamber Music Contest “Primavera Albox”, and selected to be part of the second edition of #GeneraciónSMADE within Semana de Música Antigua de Estella. In 2023 they have been selected to attend Early Music Morella as Fringe artists and also at ECOS Festival in the territory of Sierra Espuña (Murcia). They are part of the Dinamiz-ARTj program, to offer concerts in different towns of Spain.

With the purpose of bringing the medieval repertoire to new environments, Entrebescant carries out pedagogical activities in schools, cultural centers and through interdisciplinary projects. Within this work stand out the performances in various festivals and cultural cycles, such as the cycle ALer+ na Espjal in Lisbon, the Festival Cultural de la Casa de Andalucía in Alcorcón (Madrid) or the cycle of Concerts-Matinées of the Club Matador (Madrid), and also presentations in educational centers such as the Decroly School of Madrid.


Beatriz Peña

Voice, hurdy-gurdy, percusion

Pablo Entrebescant

Pablo F. Cantalapiedra

Flutes, percussion, voice

Victor individual

Victor Gallego

Percussion, voice

Livia Entrebescant

Livia Camprubí

Medieval fiddle, rebec, voice

Alaia Entrebescant

Alaia Belaunzaran

Harp, voice

Grupo Entrebescant
Musicians forming part of the ensemble:

Guillermo Masiá

​César Viana

Celia Buil

Jacqueline Bordón Arbelo

Saray Almazán

​Carmen Alba Batanero

Ana Nicolás de Cabo


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