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London Album Launch Concerts with the London Tango Quintet

1901 Arts Club 7 Exton Street, London

The London Tango Quintet is a unique group of five internationally acclaimed musicians performing tango music at the highest level. Their long-awaited debut recording “Dancing with Piazzolla” will be released on 12 February 2024. These two concerts taking place in our intimate Salon offer the audience an exclusive opportunity to experience this passionate and energetic music up close with the performers. Early performance Doors/pre-concert drink: 6pm Concert: 6.30pm to 7.30pm (this performance will also be streamed to YouTube) Late performance Doors/pre-concert drink: 8.30pm Concert: 9pm to 10pm Tickets: £30 incl a glass of Prosecco before the performance, and a free CD

Keele Concerts, Keele University with the Aquarelle Guitar Quartet

Keele University Chapel Keele University, Keele, Staffordshire

Concert by Candlelight in Keele University Chapel Recognised as one of the world’s leading guitar quartets, the award-winning Aquarelle Guitar Quartet is a dynamic and innovative group known for its extraordinary ensemble in performance, expansive repertoire, and ground-breaking work in developing the guitar quartet medium. Originally formed at the Royal Northern College of Music in 1999 the quartet has performed extensively both internationally and across the UK and their recordings for Chandos Records have been critically acclaimed. The AGQ is dedicated to presenting music from around the globe, spanning the period from the renaissance right through to the present day […]

Bridgewater Hall, Manchester with the Hallé Orchestra

The Bridgewater Hall Lower Mosley Street, Manchester, United Kingdom

Rush Hour: España Programme includes Chabrier España – Rhapsody for orchestra Bizet Carmen: Suite No.1 Rodrigo Concierto de Aranjuez Piazzolla Libertango Ravel Boléro After the concert in the foyer - Join us for more music, from students of the RNCM guitar department. Music conjuring Spain, its sights and sounds, with Delyana Lazarova, former Hallé Assistant Conductor, our guide.Curiously, it’s often been French composers who’ve expressed the Spain’s essence, as in Chabrier’s España, inspired by folk musicians he heard there on holiday. Bizet showed similar flair in his opera, Carmen, the colourful Suite No.1 concluding with the famous Toreadors’ March. But to capture the country’s soul, turn to a […]

Blackburn with the Hallé Orchestra

King George's Hall, Blackburn Northgate, Blackburn, Lancashire, United Kingdom

The Hallé in Blackburn Programme Chabrier España Granados Doce Danzas Españolas Rodrigo Concierto De Aranjuez Albeniz Asturias Bizet Carmen: Suite No. 1 Piazzolla Libertango Márquez Danzon No.2 De Falla Three-Cornered Hat: Suite No.2: Three Dances De Falla El Amor Brujo: Ritual Fire Dance Join us in Blackburn for an evening celebrating the warmth and passion of Spanish music Curiously, it’s often been French composers who’ve expressed Spain’s essence, as in Chabrier’s España, inspired by folk musicians he heard there on holiday. Bizet showed similar flair in his opera, Carmen, the colourful Suite No.1 concluding with the famous Toreadors’ March. But to capture the country’s soul, turn to a Spaniard: […]

Hull with the Hallé Orchestra

Hull City Hall Queen Victoria Square, Carr Lane, Hull, Yorkshire, United Kingdom

The Hallé in Hull Programme Chabrier España Granados Doce Danzas Españolas Rodrigo Concierto De Aranjuez Albeniz Asturias Bizet Carmen: Suite No. 1 Piazzolla Libertango Márquez Danzon No.2 De Falla Three-Cornered Hat: Suite No.2: Three Dances De Falla El Amor Brujo: Ritual Fire Dance Join us in Hull for an evening celebrating the warmth and passion of Spanish musicCuriously, it’s often been French composers who’ve expressed Spain’s essence, as in Chabrier’s España, inspired by folk musicians he heard there on holiday. Bizet showed similar flair in his opera, Carmen, the colourful Suite No.1 concluding with the famous Toreadors’ March. But to capture the country’s soul, turn to a Spaniard: Rodrigo’s […]

Newbottle, Oxfordshire for SpringFest

St James's Church, Newbottle Newbottle, BANBURY, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

Australian-born international classical guitarist Craig Ogden — from Vivaldi and Bach to Villa-Lobos and Rodrigo

Glossop Music Festival with Aquarelle Guitar Quartet

St James' Church Glossop 3 Hollincross Lane, Glossop, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

In our Spring Concert, we welcome the fantastic Aquarelle Guitar Quartet for a wonderful evening of music at St James' Church in Glossop. There are no tickets for this event, just turn up and donate what you can at the end. Doors and the bar will open at 6.30pm. Egberto Gismonti Baião Malandro Bizet Carmen Suite Ramirez Alfonsina y el mar Ginastera 3 Argentinean Dances Ismael Ledezma A mi pueblo Bonfà Manhã de Carnaval Eduardo Martin Hasta Alicia Baila David Pritchard Stairs Olga Amelkina-Vera Nebulae Gustavo Santaolalla De Usuahia a la Quiaca Paulo Bellinati A Furiosa    

Shabbington, Buckinghamshire

St Mary Magdalene Church, Bucks Mill Rd, Shabbington, Nr Thame, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

Solo recital in this beautiful church near Thame, Buckinghamshire

Stockbridge Music, Hampshire with The Craig Ogden Ensemble

St Peter's Church, Stockbridge High Road, Stockbridge, Hampshire, United Kingdom

David Juritz, violin Craig Ogden, classical guitar Adrian Bradbury, cello A Baroque Journey Towards the Goldberg Variations Since its 2021 release, David Juritz’s recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations with Craig Ogden has had over two million streams on Spotify. Together with cellist, Adrian Bradbury, they trace the sometimes surprising musical route that leads to one of music’s greatest masterpieces.