Festival Internacional de Guitarras – Murcia – 13th to 15th of June
The “Festival International de Guitarras” will host performances by Philippe Villa, Fabio Montomoli and students of the Pulsed String Department of the Superior Music Conservatory.
The Almudí Palace will host next week a new edition of the International Festival of Guitars. All performances are free access and will be held from 20 hours.
Tuesday, June 13, the students of the Department of “Cuerda Pulsada” of the Superior Conservatory of Music of Murcia will offer a recital.
Wednesday, June 14, Philippe Villa will perform a classical and romantic guitar concert performing works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Giulio Regondi, Mauro Giuliani, Milan Tesar, Francisco Tarrega, Sergei Rudniev and José Luis Merlín.
Considered one of the most brilliant French guitarists of his generation. He is a specialist in the Romantic repertoire and plays both historical and modern instruments. It is based on new experiences such as combining the guitar with traditional instruments, improvisations or chamber music.
Thursday, June 15, with the performance of the Italian Fabio Montomoli who will perform with his classical guitar pieces by Mauro Giuliani, Fabio Montomoli and Francesco Iannitti.
Recognized by critics as a great interpreter of the international scene. Its sound is considered among the most beautiful, endowed with power, penetration and a vast timbre variety …
“With this festival we seek to give prominence and serve as a platform for the dissemination of this instrument, in a land of figures such as Santiago De Murcia or Narciso Yepes.The program combines the new talents of the Conservatory with renowned figures from the international scene” .
The Almudí Palace is a historical building located in the city of Murcia ( Region of Murcia , Spain ), specifically in the Plan of San Francisco, built at the beginning of the XVII century , in origin was municipal wheat, then barracks of caballerias in the Century XIX and Palace of Justice from 1886 , dedicating itself to exhibition hall and municipal archive after the restoration that lived at the end of Century XX. (wikipedia full page).
The text of this page has been traduced from the page of the “Consejalia de Cultura de Murcia”.