This week's program features performances by the Beijing Guitar Duo, performing in St. Louis at the Sheldon Concert Hall on November 11, 2017. Selections include music of J.S. Bach, Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Sergio Assad, and Tan Dun.
Our program this week looks back on the recorded legacy of the late Cuban guitarist Ernesto Tamayo, who passed away in October 2014. Music by J.S. Bach, Sylvius Leopold Weiss, Manuel Ponce, Federico Moreno-Torroba, Francisco Tárrega, and Isaac Albeniz.
Join us for a new slant on revered classics by the Modern Mandolin Quartet and the Nashville Mandolin Ensemble!
This week's program is a tribute to Australian composer Philip Houghton, born 1954, and who passed away in September 2017. Music by
Australian guitarists is featured.
“Astor Piazzolla from Baltazar Benítez” (all selections from the CD “Music of Astor Piazzolla.”) An all "New Tango" guitar program, featuring the music of Astor Piazzolla, performed by guitarist Baltizar Benitez. With a surprise final selection!
“Manuel Barrueco in Spain”--features music by the legendary Cuban guitarist Manuel Barrueco. Music by Enrique Granados and Isaac Albéniz. Show ends with Medea (Suite for Guitar and Orchestra) by Manolo Sanlúcar, performed by the Tenerife Symphony Orchestra – Victor Pablo Pérez, conductor; Manuel Barrueco, guitar.
“Filomena Moretti”--featuring performances by Filomena Moretti, guitar. Music of J.S. Bach, Giulio Regondi, Agustin Barrios, Francisco Tarrega, and Enrique Granados!
“Season Preview, Part Two”
-- Performances by Jorge Caballero, Ronn McFarlane, Manuel Barrueco, and Xavier Jara --artists who perform in 2017-18. .
“Season Preview, Part One”--A selection of musical treats as performed by the artists to be presented in fall, 2017: Music of Francois Couperin, Dusan Bogdanovic, and Sergio Assad, performed by Xavier Jara; Vivaldi's Concerto in G major for 2 Mandolins, RV 532, performed by The Kithara Duo; and music of Enrique Granados and William Walton as performed by Meng Su and the Beijing Guitar Duo.
Our show entitled “Federico Moreno Torroba Concertos - 1,” featuring Pepe Romero and Vincente Coves, guitars. Includes solo works from "Suite Castellana" and "ires de La Mancha," movement IV from"Diálogos entre guitarra y orquesta," and the entire "Concierto en Flamenco."