La invencible de Torres | THE SPANISH GUITAR AND ITS CONVERGING PATHS, concert in BARCELONA
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THE SPANISH GUITAR AND ITS CONVERGING PATHS, concert in BARCELONA

THE SPANISH GUITAR AND ITS CONVERGING PATHS, concert in BARCELONA

THE SPANISH GUITAR AND ITS CONVERGING PATHS: a show that brings together three important guitarists from different parts of the world and different musical styles united by the same passion: THE SPANISH GUITAR.

On 4 December 2018, SOLERA FLAMENCA and POEMA SL, Catalan producer of event organization and artist management, will be working together to make a concert happen: SPANISH GUITAR AND ITS CONVERGING PATHS, a show which gathers three important guitarists from different parts of the world, but united for a common passion: THE SPANISH GUITAR.

A concert which will take place in the Basílica of Santa Maria del Pi (BARCELONA), where, apart from enjoying the art and talent of these great artists, we all will also have the privilege of listening to one of the best and most important guitars ever made, and we will listen to it live: “LA INVENCIBLE”, by Antonio de Torres. A guitar with inconceivable sound quality, made in 1884 by the “father of the Spanish guitar”, as he is considered. Besides, we all will also have the chance of enjoying the very best flamenco with a guitar made by one of the greatest and most prolific guitar makers at present: Francisco Sánchez.

ZLATCO JOSIP, Zagreb 2001. He started his musical career with his father, guitar teacher in Zagreb (Croatia). Ever since he started, this incredibly young guitarist has been surrounded by some of the best guitar performers all around the world, such as Tommy Emmanuel, Edin Karamazov, Leo Witoszynski, and some others.

In his performances, Zlatco proves he has an outstanding ability to express his emotions through the guitar, being inspired by Spanish old school tradition.

JUAN ANTONIO MOYA: Juan Antonio López Moya started to play the guitar at the age of 13 years old, as a self-taught learner, and only a year later, he arrived at the final of the flamenco guitar contest in l’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona).

He studied flamenco guitar in Catalonia Superior Music School (ESMUC), graduating cum laude. During these years as a student, he learnt from Maestros like Rafael Cañizares, Juan Manuel Cañizares, José Miguel Cerro Vizcaya, also known as “Chiqui de la Línea”, Mayte Martín, Juan Gómez “Chicuelo”, Juan Carlos Gómez and Juan Carlos Romero. He has recently launched his first album: “Bordón negro”.

JOSUÉ FONSECA: Born in Cuba, in 1988, but living in Spain, Josué Fonseca is a guitarist who started his training with Maestro Joaquin Clerch. As a guitarist, he emphasizes concerts and solo performances, although his range includes different styles, both classical and contemporary ones. His profuse activity in guitar contests as a solo performer has provided him with plenty of awards.

Su actividad cómo intérprete solista es profusa en certámenes y concursos de guitarra solista en los que ha obtenido numerosos galardones.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND TICKET SALE, CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: WWW.MAESTROSDELAGUITARRA.COM

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