The Croatian-born classical guitarist is back at the Palau de la Música as one of the highlights of the festival Maestros de la Guitarra.
Barcelona has had as residents, throughout its history, legends like Ferran Sor, Francisco Tárrega and Miguel Llobet, and welcomed visitors such as Andrés Segovia.
The bassist Carles Benavent, who recorded the first single of the album, “Aires de Jerez”, will be the special guest of the evening, on the 8th of October.
The Italian maestro Aniello Desiderio returns to Barcelona on September 20th to perform in the Palau de la Música Catalana as part of the festival Maestros de la Guitarra.
In this short video produced by its team, Maestros de la Guitarra aims to subtly highlight the relationship between Barcelona and the Spanish and flamenco guitar.
Some of the greatest guitarists in the world talk about a question that any musician has once made to himself: what is the perfect instrument?
The classical guitarist returns to the Spanish city in September to pay a tribute to the Catalan composer on the centenary of his death.
In an exclusive interview, Manuel González brings us back to the time when he listened, for the first time, to Andres Segovia and when he met his first great maestro, José Tomás.
Dúo del Mar pays a tribute to Manuel de Falla and his love for the flamenco music. The song, "Danza de la Vida Breve", got famous mainly thanks to Julian Bream and John Williams.
The Spanish guitar duo, which fuses flamenco and classical music, also informed they were going to publish soon some of their arrangements and pieces.