Previous Concerts

5

Sep

Archived: Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez with Orchestra Wellington

19:30
Michael Fowler Centre,

Sept 5, 2015

Orchestra Wellington: Fate

Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez

Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No. 2

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4

 

6

Sep

Archived: Masterclass at New Zealand School of Music

10:30
New Zealand School of Music, Kelburn Parade, Kelburn, Wellington 6012, New Zealand

Masterclass with students from the New Zealand School of Music

8

Sep

Archived: Recital at Rannoch House, Auckland

19:00
Rannoch House,

A Special Performance from Andrey Lebedev

Rannoch House, Auckland, Tuesday 8 September 7pm arrivals 7:30pm performance. $40 Suggested Donation.

Sir James Wallace invites you to a very special fundraiser evening with guest, International Guitar Soloist Andrey Lebedev The program will include music by Mauro Giuliani, Johann Sebastian Bach, Isaac Albeniz, Toru Takemistu, Harrison Birtwistle, and Leo Brouwer. Proceeds to go toward Wallace Arts Trust Professional Development Concerts, creating more opportunity in 2016 for our exceptional emerging New Zealand talent.

10

Sep

Archived: Lunchtime recital at University of Queensland

13:00
Nickson Room, Zelman Cowen Building,

Guitarist Andrey Lebedev, first prize winner of multiple international competitions including the Australian National Fine Music Young Performers Award, will perform at the School of Music this Thursday 10 September. The concert will be held in the Nickson Room, Zelman Cowen Building, from 1pm–2pm. For more information, click here or email concerts@uq.edu.au.

12

Sep

Archived: Recital for Sydney Classical Guitar Society

19:30
Glebe Town Hall, 160 St Johns Road Glebe NSW 2037.

Andrey Lebedev. The young Adelaide guitarist taking Europe by storm.

7:30pm,  Saturday, 12 September 2015

Glebe Town Hall 160 St Johns Road Glebe NSW 2037.

Adults $30. CGS members/concession $25

Works by Mauro Giuliani, J.S. Bach, Isaac Albeniz, Toru Takemitsu, Leo Brouwer, and Harrison Birtwistle.

16

Sep

Archived: Perth Classical Guitar Society

19:30
St Paul’s Catholic Church , Rookwood St, Menora.

Performing solo in Perth on Wednesday 7:30pm 16 September. Program includes Albeniz, Giuliani, Bach, Takemistu, and new music by Brouwer and Birtwistle.

Venue: St Paul’s Catholic Church on Rookwood St, Menora.

Tickets available at the door: $20 adults / $15 concession / $12 CGSWA members.

18

Sep

Archived: Geraldton, WA

20:00
Queens Park Theatre, Geraldton, WA

Friday 18th September, 8.00pm
Queens Park Theatre
Early Bird $26, Adult $30, Pensioner & Senior $24, Children $18

20

Sep

Archived: Darwin Entertainment Centre

19:30
Darwin Entertainment Centre, 93 Mitchell Street, Darwin

Recognized for his powerful and expressive sound and exceptional musicality, classical guitarist Andrey Lebedev has defined himself as an artist pushing the boundaries of the instrument and gaining acknowledgment from new audiences.

This is a marvellous opportunity to enjoy in Darwin one of Australia’s rising stars in classical guitar: Sunday 20th September at the Darwin Entertainment Centre.

30

Oct

Archived: Sage Gateshead: IGF

19:45
Northern Rock Foundation Hall, Sage Gateshead, Gateshead

Young Spanish guitarist Mabel Millán is one of the best young guitarists in the world today. She has built up a glittering CV well beyond her 21 years by winning over 30 international competitions and awards, including the David Russell Award for Young Talent in 2008, International Competition Jacinto Guerrero (2012) and Certamen Llobet (2014) – the first woman ever to win this prestigious competition. Mabel makes her UK debut at NEGF.

Handpicked by Julian Bream to perform new commissions for the Julian Bream Trust, Andrey Lebedev gave the world premiere of Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s Beyond the White Hand: Construction with Guitar Player and Leo Brouwer’s Sonata No.5 Ars Combinatoria, working closely with Bream and the composers.

Lebedev is currently living in London where he is a post-graduate student at the Royal Academy of Music, supported by the ABRSM and Julian Bream Trust. He is the First Prize winner of multiple international competitions including the Australian National Fine Music Young Performers Award, where he was the first classical guitarist in the competition’s history ever to win.

31

Oct

Archived: King’s Place: IGF

12:00
King's Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG

 

Andrey Lebedev/Mircea Gogoncea – The classical guitarists perform as part of the International Guitar Foundation’s Young Artist Platform.

Sat 31 Oct

King’s Place, Hall One

12:00

20

Nov

Archived: Bachianas Brasilieras @ David Josefowitz Recital Hall

19:00
David Josefowitz Recital Hall, Royal Academy of Music

 

A guitar recital juxtaposing the music of JS Bach with that of his celebrated Brazilian admirer, Heitor Villa-Lobos.

Bach Suite BWV 997 Preludio
Fuga
Sarabande
Gigue
Double

Villa-Lobos Five Preludes
No.1 in E minor
No.2 in E major
No.3 in A minor
No.4 in E minor
No.5 in D major

Villa-Lobos Aria (from Bachianas Brasileiras no.5)

24

Nov

Archived: Solo recital @ Croatian Music Institute, Zagreb

20:00
Croatian Music Institute, Zagreb

Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)

Grande Overture

Johann Sebastian Bach (1688-1750) 

Lute Suite No.2 BWV 997

  1. Prelude
  2. Fugue
  3. Sarabande
  4. Gigue & Double

Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909)

Granada

Cadiz

Cuba

INTERVAL

Harrison Birtwistle (b 1934) 

Construction with Guitar Player: Beyond the White Hand (2014)

Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996)

Muir Woods

Leo Brouwer (b 1939) 

Danzas Rituales y Festivas Vol. 2 (2015)

  1. Glosas Camperas
  2. Danza de los Ancestros

Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983) 

Sonata para Guitar Op. 47

  1. Esordio
  2. Scherzo
  3. Canto
  4. Finale

11

Dec

Archived: Leave No Song Unsung: Young Australian Artists Present a Musical Soirée at Australia House

19:30
Australia House, The Strand

Leave No Song Unsung: Young Australian Artists Present a Musical Soirée at Australia House.

John Dowland: Variety of Lute Songs

Benjamin Britten: Songs from the Chinese

Lotte Betts-Dean & Andrey Lebedev

 

Peter Sculthorpe: From Kakadu

Andrey Lebedev

18

Jan

Archived: Recital @ All Saints Church High Wycombe

13:10
All Saints Church, High Wycombe,

Lunchtime solo recital @ All Saints Church High Wycombe

2

Mar

Archived: Australian Music and the Classical Guitar

19:30
Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music

Australian Music and the Classical Guitar

Wednesday, 02.03.2016 19:30, Duke’s Hall

Andrey Lebedev guitar
Joseph Havlat piano
Lotte Betts-Dean mezzo-soprano
Ardour Quartet with Joseph Prindl double bass
Academy String Orchestra
Jo Cole conductor

Sculthorpe From Kakadu
Ross Edwards Blackwattle Caprices
Brett Dean Three Caprichos after Goya
Brett Dean Gertrude Fragments (world premiere) – a new song cycle, using the libretto from the composer’s upcoming opera on Hamlet by librettist Matthew Jocelyn after William Shakespeare
Phillip Houghton In Amber
Nigel Westlake Jovian Moons
Sculthorpe Nourlangie

Prize-winning guitarist and Advanced Diploma student Andrey Lebedev presents a special programme of music by leading Australian composers, exploring the unique landscape and character of his home country.

Tickets £7.50 (concessions £5.50) from the Academy’s Box Office: online, or telephone 020 7873 7300 10am–4pm Monday–Friday.

6.15pm: Pre-concert discussion, with Australian-born classical guitarist John Williams and Dr Raymond Holden in the David Josefowitz Recital Hall. Free for ticket-holders to the 7.30pm performance.

20

Mar

Archived: Andrey Lebedev and Laura Snowden guitars

19:30
PATS Studio One, University of Surrey

Guildford Guitar Weekend.

Sunday 20 March, 7.30pm

Both award winners of the Julian Bream Trust, these two exceptional musicians will give solo performances of new works commissioned by the Trust including music by Leo Brouwer, Sir Harrison Birtwistle and Julian Anderson.

29

Apr

Archived: Opening Gala: Canberra International Music Festival

19:30
Fitter's Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

Open Gala: Tango Tambuco. A star-studded concert with flavours from Mexico, Argentina and Australia

Starting with pure Bach (a must) and finishing with Piazzolla’s greatest tango creations (a physical compulsion), the Opening Gala features the spectacle of Tambuco, one of the world’s greatest percussion ensembles, combined with the young Boccherini String Trio from Europe, the incomparable James Crabb on accordion and golden boy, Andrey Lebedev, on guitar.

Venue: Fitters’ Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

Artists: Tambuco, James Crabb, Andrey Lebedev, the Boccherini Trio and Anna McMichael

Program Includes:
J.S. Bach (1685-1750): Prelude, Fugue and Allegro BWV 998
J.S. Bach (1685-1750): Contrapunctus I and IX from The Art of Fugue BWV 1080
Gerard Brophy (b. 1954):  Dervish (Beaver Blaze)  (2015)  – WP
Gerard Brophy (b 1954): Vox Angelica for percussion and string quartet (1993)
Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992): Tango selection arranged by J. Crabb

2

May

Archived: Streets of Madrid: Canberra International Music Festival

18:30
Fitter's Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

Streets of Madrid

The Berlin-based Boccherini Trio give a rare performance of Mozart’s Divertimento K563 – a piece once declared as ‘the greatest work of chamber music in the world!’ (Claudio Abbado). After interval, the trio combines with Andrey Lebedev in one of the most entertaining quintets of all time: Boccherini’s Streets of Madrid.

Venue: Fitters’ Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

Artists: The Boccherini Trio, Andrey Lebedev, and Anna McMichael

Program Includes:
Mozart: Divertimento K563

Boccherini: Streets of Madrid

Boccherini: Introduction and Fandango

 

8

May

Archived: Argentina Magica: Alberto Ginastera

12:30
Fitter's Workshop,

In 2016 Argentina celebrates the centenary of its most prominent composer, Alberto Ginastera. Ginastera represents both the international urban and sophisticated face of Argentinian music, as well as the music of the pampas and the romance of gaucho culture.  This concert brings together several top performers for a selection of seminal Ginastera works culminating in the Serenade based on words by Pablo Neruda.

Artists:
Louise Page, Marcela Fiorillo, Suyeon Kang, Paolo Bonomini, Andrey Lebedev, Alice Giles, Javier Vilariño and others.

Program includes:
Pampeana No. 1 Op 16 for violin and piano
Criolla, from Op. 6
Five Songs
Malambo Op. 7
Sonata for guitar Op. 47
Serenata for baritone, cello and chamber ensemble Op. 42

8

May

Archived: Twilight: CIMF

17:30
Fitter's Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston

After Colombus discovered a new world across the Atlantic, it was thought that the light across the Hapsburg empire would never fade. In this concert we re-create the original light through an oil-lamp installation by Mary-Anne Kyriakou, Artist-in-Residence. This twilight concert celebrates the final appearance of the Zapico brothers at the Festival, and features our two star guitarists in a Granados tribute. We wander off into the evening with Continuum Sax playing Sciarrino’s versions of pieces by Gesualdo, Scarlatti, Cole Porter and Gershwin.

Venue: Fitters’ Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

Artists: José María Gallardo del Rey, Andrey Lebedev, Forma Antiqva, Continuum Sax

Program includes:
Ancient dances from Spain
Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805): String Trio
Enrique Granados (1867-1916): from Danzas Españoles
Salvatore Sciarrino (b. 1947): Pagine

 

 

9

May

Archived: Viva Brasil: CIMF

12:00
Fitter's Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston

Brasil’s mix of African drumming, Portuguese melancholy and indigenous traditions produce a potent and all-pervading musical culture, lived and loved on the streets, bringing together rich and poor. On the program are seminal works by Milhaud, classic works by Villa-Lobos, Brophy’s take on the streets of Rio, and a percussion finale to top it all off.

Venue: Fitters’ Workshop, 11 Wentworth Ave, Kingston.

Artists: Continuum Sax, Tambuco Percussion, Andrey Lebedev, Festival Strings and Vocal Young Artists

Program includes:
Darius Milhaud (1892-1974): Saudades do Brasil – extracts
Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959): selections
Gerard Brophy (b. 1954): Ru B Fogo  (WP)
Three Brasilian Songs
Graham Fitkin (b. 1963): Hook

10

May

Archived: Soloist with Royal Academy of Music String Orchestra

19:30
Duke's Hall, Royal Academy of Music

Soloist in Peter Sculthorpe’s Nourlangie with Royal Academy of Music String Orchestra.

Duke’s Hall. 19:30, May 10 2016.

12

Jun

Archived: Dark Mofo Festival

14:30
Odeon Theatre,

TRUE NORTH

True North is composed by Tim Moriarty, a designer and digital musician whose virtuosic work blends genres. Tim draws on his classical training as a flautist, on digital work as a computer animator, and on his belonging to the Yanyuwa people of the Gulf of Carpentaria, Northern Territory.

Tim is joined in creative collaboration by pre-eminent Australian conductor Simon Kenway and in performance by Simon (keyboard) and young Australian London-based guitar luminary Andrey Lebedev.

“True North has the potential to influence dialogue about Indigenous/non-Indigenous musical collaboration. It pushes boundaries and interweaves divergent musical, spiritual and design traditions to create a New Work that promises to be highly significant for Australian music.”

20

May

Archived: Norfolk and Norwich Festival

13:00
Norfolk and Norwich Festival,

Lotte Betts-Dean mezzo soprano
Andrey Lebedev guitar

Dowland Come away, come sweet love.
Flow, my tears
Come again, sweet love doth now invite
Can she excuse my wrongs
A shepherd in a shade

Britten songs from English Folksong
Arrangements Volume 6:
I will give my love an apple
Bonny at morn
The shooting of his Dear

Villa-Lobos Three Preludes for Guitar
Falla Siete canciones populares españolas

A wonderful overview of the art of song spanning 400 years. Lotte Betts-Dean’s rich and expressive mezzo encapsulates the joys, pains and anticipation of love, from the plaintive outpourings of Dowland’s exquisite lute songs to the irresistible passion of Falla’s traditional Spanish canciones and the haunting timelessness of Britten’s 20th-century take on English folk songs. Betts-Dean is accompanied in this lyrical, intimate and emotional selection by guitar virtuoso Andrey Lebedev, who also performs three evocative pieces by the greatest of Latin–American composers.

2

Jul

Archived: Frome Festival

15:00
St. Katherine's Church, East Woodlands,

LOTTE BETTS-DEAN, CONTRALTO, & ANDREY LEBEDEV, GUITAR


Date & Time: 02 Jul 15:00 – 17:00

Australians Lotte and Andrey pay Frome a second visit after a very well-received Rook Lane concert last year. Brett Dean, arguably Australia’s most distinguished composer (and Lotte’s Dad) has written a brand new piece especially for this duo, ‘Gertrude’s Fragments’, which they’ll perform at this concert. They’ll also present songs by Britten, Dowland and de Falla, interspersed with solo guitar pieces. Lotte’s rich contralto voice and her vivid stage presence are perfectly matched by Andrey’s virtuosic accompaniment. Village Hall refreshments will be for sale in the interval. No advance tickets: please just turn up and make a generous contribution afterwards.

Event Code: 212
Location: St. Katherine’s Church, East Woodlands

9

Jun

Archived: Swaledale Festival

16:00
St Mary's Church, Muker,

Bronte Hudnott and Andrey Lebedev

Thur 9 June, 16:00-17:00 /// Accomplished young Australian duo

Venue: St. Mary’s Church, Muker

Debussy – Syrinx

Takemitsu – Towards the Sea

Takemitsu – Air for solo flute,

Takemitsu – Muir Wood for solo guitar

Manuel de Falla – Hommage to Debussy

Two extremely accomplished young musicians from Australia present a programme which includes Debussy’s famous Syrinx and Manuel de Falla’s personal tribute to Debussy, as well as three hauntingly lyrical pieces by Toru Takemitsu.

With thanks to the Countess of Munster Musical Trust

10

Jul

Archived: Hong Kong International Guitar Symposium: Stephen Goss Guitar Concerto

19:30
Hong Kong Performing Arts Academy,

Soloist in Stephen Goss: Guitar Concerto, as part of the Altamira Hong Kong International Guitar Symposium 2016.

14

Jul

Archived: Recital @ St Peter’s Church Wallingford

19:30
St Peter's Church, Wallingford

JS Bach: Lute Suite No.2 BWV 997
Heitor Villa-Lobos: 5 Preludes
Peter Sculthorpe: From Kakadu
Albeniz: Selections from Suite Espanola.
Leo Brouwer: Sonata No. 5 ‘Ars Combinatoria’

This concert is generously supported by the Countess of Munster Musical Trust

1

Oct

Archived: Turner Sims Southampton

20:00
Turner Sims, University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

I’m very excited to make my debut at Turner Sims in association with the Southampton Classical Guitar Society! A varied program including Leo Brouwer’s Sonata No.5, commission by the Julian Bream Trust and premiered by me in London in Dec 2014.

Programme to include:
Bach Lute Suite No 2, BWV 997
Villa-Lobos Five Preludes
Brouwer Sonata No 5 Ars Combinatoria (2014)

3

Oct

Archived: Rhinegold LIVE presents City Music Foundation Showcase

19:00
Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4RL United Kingdom

I’m looking forward to performing in the Rhinegold Live series at Conway Hall. Tickets are free, but do book in advance as this series is very popular.

Details below:

The City Music Foundation offers a two year programme providing education, networking and support to exceptional musical talent; helping outstanding musicians build and sustain rewarding and profitable careers and ensuring the future of quality music in the UK and beyond.

The foundation is one of the leading programmes of its kind in the UK, and the LIVE team are delighted to present a selection of 2015 artists, (to include multi-award winning guitarist Andrey Lebedev) at this CMF showcase.

Join us at this very special recital to see a selection of artists clearly marked as ones to watch, and experience first-hand the important work that this key foundation undertakes in the UK music sector.

This concert is followed by an informal Q&A which will be conducted by Kimon Daltas, editor of Classical Music magazine.

6.15pm drinks reception. 7pm recital.

12

Oct

Archived: St Lawrence Jewry, Guildhall Yard

18:00
St Lawrence Jewry, Guildhall Yard EC2V 5AA, London

Early evening recital in Central London for the City Music Foundation

25

Oct

Archived: Sao Paulo, Brazil

21:00
Espaco Promon, Av. Juscelino Kubitschek, 1830 - Itaim Bibi - São Paulo

I’m very excited to be performing in Brazil for the first time for Guitar Co-op at Espaco Promon. I will be giving the first South American performance of two Julian Bream Trust commissions: Harrison Birtwistle’s Construction with Guitar Player and Leo Brouwer Sonata No. 5 ‘Ars Combinatoria’.

Program:
Alonso Mudarra: Two vihuela pieces

• Romanesca (1546)
• Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Ludovico (1546)

John Dowland: Two pieces for lute

• Lachrimae Pavan (1596)
• Fantasia 1A (1610)

Harrison Birtwistle:
Construction with Guitar Player, dedicated to Julian Bream (2013)

Toru Takemitsu:
Muir Woods, dedicated to Julian Bream (1996)

Leo Brouwer:
Sonata No. 5 ‘Ars Combinatoria’, dedicated to Julian Bream (2013)
• Vivace
• Fantasia que Contrahaze la Harpa
• Danza alla Rustica

27

Nov

Archived: Headgate Theatre, Colchester

16:45
Headgate Theatre, 14 Chapel Street, North Colchester, Essex, CO2 7AT

Classical Guitar Workshop & Concert

Concert + workshop performers:£25 (5 maximum. Contact Tim Pells prior to booking a place on 07736 711306 or Timpells@aol.com).
Concert + workshop observers:£15, £10 (students)
Concert only:£12, £10 (students)

15

Dec

Archived: HOUSE CONCERT “Ars Combinatoria” – Adelaide

19:30
Wayville House Concerts, 12 Le Hunte Street, Wayville

I am absolutely thrilled to return to the Wayville House Concert series in Adelaide!! My favourite! Please do book ASAP as space is strictly limited.

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A special program  with works by Dowland, Mudarra, Regondi, Villa-Lobos, Sculthorpe, Albeniz, Brett Dean, and Brouwer’s Sonata No. 5, which Andrey gave the world premiere of in London in 2014, and which lends its title to the whole program, suggesting (in Andrey’s words) ” .. something of the diversity of repertoire in the program“. 

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Tickets $30 / $25 (conc) / $15 (full-time students)

– includes supper – all proceeds go to artists.

Cash at the door – thanks!!

Bookings essential for catering purposes

Book by email wayvilleconcertlist@gmail.com, or SMS to 0413 914 280

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So…. What’s a house concert?

The formula for a house concert is quite simple:

  • I provide the venue (the music room has great acoustics!) and
  • supper or afternoon tea (home-made goodies and fresh tea/coffee/herbal/… ), and
  • invite people to come enjoy the music in a warm friendly and relaxed ambience.
  • You make up a group with your friends, and bring a bottle of wine if you wish.
  • The artists dazzle and move us with their brilliance, and
  • are rewarded with our grateful applause, and the proceeds!  And ..
  • We all have a good time!

14

Jan

Archived: Douglas Music, Parbold, Lancashire

19:45
Parbold Village Hall, The Green, Parbold, WN8 7DN

John Dowland: Fantasia 1a 

J.S. Bach: Prelude, Fugue, and Allegro BWV 998 

Guilio Regondi: Reverie Nocturne Op. 19 

Villa-Lobos: Five Preludes for Guitar 

 

INTERVAL

 

Alonso Mudarra: Romanesca & Fantasia que Contrahaze la Harpa (1546)  

Two Spanish pieces:

            Isaac Albeniz: Cadiz (1886)

            Fransisco Tarrega: Recuerdos de la Alhambra (1896)

Brett Dean: Three Capricos After Goya (2003)

            i. Que Sacrificio!

            ii. Dios la Perdone: Y era su madre

            iii. No te Escapares 

Leo Brouwer: Sonata No. 5 ‘Ars Combinatoria’, dedicated to Julian Bream (2013)

            i. Vivace

            ii. Fantasia que Contrahaze la Harpa

            iii. Danza alla Rustica

15

Feb

Archived: Cheltenham Contemporary Concerts

19:30
Prince Michael Hall, The Bacon Theatre, Dean Close School, Hatherley Road, Cheltenham, GL51 6EP

Heitor Villa-Lobos Five Preludes

Peter Maxwell Davies Farewell to Stromness

Toru Takemitsu Muir Woods

Leo BrouwerDanzas Rituales y Festivas Vol. 2

Peter Sculthorpe From Kakadu

Joseph Havlat New work

Brett Dean Three Capricos after Goya

24

Feb

Archived: Hospital Club, London

1pm
Hospital Club, 24 Endell Street London WC2H 9HQ

Lunchtime recital at the Hospital Club, London. Program tbc.

11

Mar

Archived: Ackworth Concert Society

19:30
All Saints Church, Ackworth, Ackworth, Pontefract WF7 7DQ

John Dowland: Fantasia 1a (1610)

J.S. Bach: Prelude, Fugue, and Allegro BWV 998 (c.1735)

Guilio Regondi: Reverie Nocturne Op. 19 (c.1850)

Isaac Albeniz: Two pieces (c. 1890)

i. Cadiz

ii. Torre Bermeja

INTERVAL

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Five Preludes (1940)

i. Homage to the dweller of the Brazilian Sertão

ii. Homage to the Rascal of Rio

iii. Homage to Bach

iv. Homage to the Brazilian Indians

v. Homage to the social life

Alberto Ginastera: Sonata for Guitar (1973)

i. Esordio

ii. Scherzo

iii. Canto

iv. Finale

3

Apr

Archived: Duos with Sean Shibe

19:00
UCL Garwood Lecture Theatre, South Wing UCL Gower Street London WC1H

Sean Shibe and I will be performing guitar duos to finish up the term for Carlos Bonell’s guitar class at UCL. The context is quite informal and will be a fun chance to play through some new arrangements. Can’t wait!

19:00

Garwood Lecture Theatre
South Wing
UCL
Gower Street
London WC1H

23

Apr

Archived: Duo concert with Alex Tsiboulski – San Fransisco

16:30
Trowbridge Music and Bishop Studios, Bishop Studios 610 22nd St. #311 San Francisco

Trowbridge Music and Bishop Studios present
A Sunday Salon April 23rd, 4:30 pm Bishop Studios 610 22nd St. #311 San Francisco
featuring guitarists Andrey Lebedev and Alex Tsiboulski

In our salon style, please bring a bottle or bite to share. Admission is free, and RSVP to Jennifer Trowbridge is appreciated. Doors open at 4:30 pm, Performance starts at 5:00 pm, and a reception follows until 8:00 pm.

28

Apr

Archived: GUITARRISIMO Concert: ‘Homage to Leo Brouwer’

19:00
Bolívar Hall, Bolívar Hall 54, Grafton Way London W1T 5DL United Kingdom

I will be performing Leo Brouwer’s Sonata No.5 “Ars Combinatoria” in the presence of the composer as part of this concert ‘Homage to Leo Brouwer’, curated by Ahmed Dickson. I could not be more excited!! More details below.

Leo Brouwer is one of contemporary music’s living legends. Acclaimed in his youth as one of the all-time great performers of the classical guitar, the Cuban composer is a Honorary Member of UNESCO and is recognised worldwide as the guitar’s most outstanding living composer for the instrument, and as a pioneer in the fusion of musical styles and genres. A selection of leading young musicians honour Brouwer’s visit to the UK with a bespoke programme curated by Cuban guitarist Ahmed Dickinson, featuring some of Brouwer’s most exciting guitar and chamber works, performed in the heavenly classical guitar acoustic of London’s Bolívar Hall in the presence of the composer himself.

Also in the series, don’t miss the following events at Bolívar Hall:

27 Apr, 10.00am-2.00pm | Leo Brouwer Open Masterclasses: ‘Guitar for All’

27 Apr, 7.00pm | Talk: ‘John Williams in Conversation with Leo Brouwer’

28 Apr, 10.00am-2.00pm | Leo Brouwer Open Masterclasses: ‘Guitar for All’

This event is part of the guitarrísimo series organised by ILAMS and the Instituto Cervantes with the kind support of the Embassy of Cuba and the Embassy of Venezuela

TICKETS

 

Advance bookings: £14 | £12 Concessions | £10 Members of ILAMS/IC (limited availability)

On the door: £18 | £16 Concessions | £14 Members of ILAMS/IC (limited availability)

Series Pass £45 | £35 Concessions & Members of ILAMS/IC

Save money on all the events in the Brouwer guitarrísimo series (masterclasses, talk and concert) with this all-access pass. N.B. Available in advance only.

3

May

Archived: Tait Memorial Trust @ Stoke Lodge

6pm
, 45 Hyde Park Gate, London, SW7 5DU

Future Tait & Partner Events

Tait Friends | Stoke Lodge

Wednesday 3rd May 2017

45 Hyde Park Gate, London, SW7 5DU
6 for 6.30pm

Shared evening concert for the Tait Memorial Trust.

Tait Trust 4th annual Friends event at Stoke Lodge. Courtesy of the Australian High Commissioner, HE The Hon. Alexander Downer AC, and Mrs Nicola Downer AM

13

May

Archived: Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez with Westminster Philharmonic Orchestra

19:30
St John's Waterloo, 73 Waterloo Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 8TY, UK

Aaron CoplandAppalachian Spring
Joaquin RodrigoConcierto de Aranjuez
Soloist: Andrey Lebedev
William WaltonVariations on a Theme by Hindemith
Sergei RachmaninoffThe Isle of the Dead

27

May

Archived: Music on the Quantocks, solo recital

19:30
,

John Dowland: Fantasia 1a

JS Bach: Prelude, Fugue and Allegro.

Guilio Regondi: Reverie Nocturne

Heitor Villa-Lobos: Five Preludes

Andrey Lebedev: Five Abstracts

Leo Brouwer: Sonata No. 5 ‘Ars Combinatoria’

1

Jun

Archived: Duo with Accordionist Iosif Purits @ Kansas Smittys, London

20:00
Kansas Smitty's, 63-65 Broadway Market, London E8 4PH

Accordionist Iosif Purits and classical guitarist Andrey Lebedev team up for a new project blurring the lines of classical, jazz, and folk music. Exploring an array of music from American jazz guitar master Ralph Towner, Cuban Leo Brouwer, Nuevo Tango king Astor Piazzolla, and Johann Sebastian Bach.

15

Jun

Archived: Recital @ Grove Chapel Camberwell, for Camberwell Arts Festival

19:30
Camberwell, London SE5 8FA,

Shared recital at Grove Chapel for the Camberwell Arts Festival. Details to be confirmed.

16

Jun

Archived: St Luke’s Maidenhead

13:00
St Luke's Maidenhead, Norfolk Road Maidenhead Berkshire SL6 7AX

Lunchtime recital as part the of annual Music Festival.

Program:

Lennox Berkeley: Sonatina
i. Allegretto
 
J.S. Bach: Violin Sonata No. 2 BWV 1003
iii. Andante
iv. Allegro
 
Vicente Asencio: Collectici Intim
i. La Joia
ii. La Calma
iii. La Gaubanca
 
Leo Brouwer:
Danza de los Ancestros
 
Malcolm Williams: Three Abstractions
i.
ii.
iii.
 
Leo Brouwer: Sonata No. 5
i. Vivace
ii. Fantasia que Contrahaze la harpa
iii. Danza alla Rustica

17

Jun

Archived: Elmbridge Music Club

20:00
Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre, Manor Road, Walton-on-Thames, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey KT12 2PF UK

Works by Villa-Lobos and J.S.Bach and guitar music from Australia.