hasta el 30 de julio
Eduard Sánchez and Jacob Cordover
jueves, 28 de febrero, 2019
Classic and other times Two high-level musicians come together to play a varied program where guitar agreements and flute sounds come together in works by Bach, Piazzola and Francesco Molino, among others. Jacob Cordover enjoys a vibrant and varied international career. He has gone on stage around the world to sites such as Australia, Canada, the United States, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom as a soloist and in groups like Zoco (duo with the oboist Laura Karney) or the Australian Guitar Duo (with Rupert Boyd). In addition to working with stable groups, Jacob Cordover is also a chamber musician and soloist and has performed in sets and orchestras such as the Ottocento Orchestra, the guitar set Z.O.O., the Leicester International Music Festival and with artists such as Nicholas Daniel or Dave Young. Cordover is proving to be an important figure in the development of a new guitar repertoire. English, Norwegian, Mexican, Spanish, Australian, American and Canadian composers have written works for him. Eduard Sánchez is an international soloist and professor at the Conservatory of Music of Barcelona. He formed with Willy Freivogel (Germany), Maxence Larrieu (France) and, especially, with the international soloist Claudi Arimany. His concert activity has led him to act with international instrumentalists. He has offered concerts in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Monaco, Austria, Macedonia, Belgium, Holland Eduard Sánchez · flute and Jacob Cordover · guitar Reservations Free entry with prior reservation Starting on Monday, February 25, at 9 am, book your tickets: In person at the counter of the civic center online to the following link: https://goo.gl/YYBF6k (remember that to make the reservation online you must register as an online user) Once the show begins, entry will not be allowed
Thursday, 28-02-2019 hours: 19:30 h free admission.
Centre Civic Urgell. c/Comte Urgell 145 08036, Barcelona
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