The Guitar and the Mediterranean

20.10.2002
Winterthur Auditorium

A musical programme drawing its inspiration from the Mediterranean Sea. Works by composers contemporary to Antoni Gaudí who, like him, uniquely combined Modernism and Mediterraneanism.
The guitar concerto is performed by Manuel González, with projected images fusing the Mediterranean Sea with the architecture of Gaudí and a play of lights creating an atmosphere for each musical moment.


PROGRAMME

First part

150th anniversary of the birth of FRANCESC TÀRREGA (1852 - 1909)
- Dream and Moorish dance
- Fantasy on motifs from "Marina" by Arrieta
- Variations on "The Carnival of Venice" by Paganini

Second part

VICENT ASENCIO (1908 - 1979)
- Tango of the unfaithful wife and Valencian dance
JOAQUÍN RODRIGO (1901 - 1999)
- Invocation and dance
EMILI PUJOL (1886 - 1980)
- Guajira, Impromptu and Seguidilla
ISAAC ALBÉNIZ (1860 - 1909)
- Majorca and Torre Bermeja

Auditori Winterthur
L'illa - Diagonal
Avda. Diagonal, 547

Morning Concert, at 11 am
Afternoon Concert, at 7 pm

     


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