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Margarita Escarpa + Paco Seco

Sun 28 Oct 2018

Margarita Escarpa + Paco Seco

Margarita Escarpa classical guitar
Paco Seco flamenco guitar

A tribute to Claude Debussy and Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco by Margarita Escarpa – Margarita is one of the greatest classical guitarists of our time who excels by her outstanding musicality and extraordinary sensitivity and subtlety. She won major Prizes at a host of the most important competitions in the world including the Concours International de Guitare of Radio France, Concurso Internacional Andrés Segovia in Palma de Mallorca, and the Guitar Foundation of America International Competition in Quebec. Margarita works intensively as a performer and teacher in Spain and throughout Europe and has a number of highly acclaimed recordings to her credit.

Margarita’s recital will celebrate anniversaries of Claude Debussy’s 100th (1862-1918) and Mario Castelnuevo-Tedesco’s 50th (1895-1968).

Programme includes: Claude Debussy: La Soiree dans Grenade, La Puerta del Vino, Minstrels
Manuel de Falla: Homenaje, le Tombeau de Claude Debussy, Escena y Cancíon del Fuego Fatuo, Danza del Molinero; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco

Paco Seco is one of the most interesting Spanish guitarists active today.

He fuses the clear, crisp notes of the classical guitar with the instinctive passion and agility of the Flamenco guitar making him a unique artist in the world of the Spanish guitar. Tonight he will play a recital of his own music, bursting with creativity, energy and passion.

Paco performs all over the world, his most recent tour has taken him to the Genoa Mediterranean Music Festival, Sarajevo Sevdah Festival, Sarajevo Guitar Festival, San Remo Guitar Festival, Belem Cultural Centre in Lisbon, Tangier’s Music Fête, The Circle of Fine Arts in Madrid, Brno Guitar Festival and the Elk Music Festival in Poland.

Programme includes the Andalusian Suite: tres morillas, la Tarara, el Vito, los Cuatro Muleros, los Peregrinitos Retratos: del día, de la noche; Sur: Fandangos de la Luna

Date:Sun 28 Oct 2018
Start time:7.30pm (Doors: 7pm)
Venue:Hall Two

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