Gian Marco Ciampa - “RÌO” (classical guitar from Latin-America)

Gian Marco Ciampa - “RÌO” (classical guitar from Latin-America)

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14 May 21:00

RÌO” is a journey through the different languages ​​and musical styles of Latin American countries with some of the most important composers of the last century. The program opens with Villa-Lobos, a famous Brazilian composer very linked to the tradition of his country: aspects of European classical music are here combined with Brazilian folklore and popular music in these three pieces that best represent his musical production. It continues with four pieces by the Paraguayan Agustin Barrios, one of the first classical guitar players of which we have a vast musical production in post-romantic style and the Mexican Manuel Ponce, friend and composer who revolved around the legendary Andrea Segovia, of which we find the “Variations on Cabezon's Theme” last piece written by the composer. The program ends with the only non-Latin American composer, the Italian Giulio Regondi, in homage to the country of origin of Gian Marco: one of the few composers of guitar romanticism Regondi was a great virtuoso, child prodigy and highly refined composer of great technical skills. Heitor Villa-Lobos “Prelude n.1” “Mazurka-Choro” “Etude n.4” Agustin Barrios “Confesion” “Arabescos” “Oracion” “Estudio Vals 1” Manuel Maria Ponce “Prelude I & VII” “Variazioni su Tema di Cabezon” Giulio Regondi “Introduction et Caprice op.23”

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