INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL OF MADRID
The International Guitar Festival of Madrid will be held over 10 days, from 4th to 16th June 2023. There will be performances by renowned guitarists such as David Russell (Latin Grammy), Iliana Matos or Gallardo del Rey. The concerts will take place in emblematic venues of Madrid such as the National Auditorium or Ateneo de Madrid.
The opening concert will be given by Latin Grammy guitarist David Russell, one of the most international and emblematic guitarists in the world. The closing ceremony of the festival will be performed by international guitarist José María Gallardo del Rey. Both concerts will take in the Chamber Music Hall of the National Auditorium.
I. Fan Shilong
1.Tres piezas españolas Joaquin Rodrigo
2.Fantasía sobre motivos húngaros Johann Dubez
3.Sonata Op.47 Alberto Ginastera
II. Winners concert
Airam de Vera
Preludio, fuga y Allegro BWV 998 J. S. Bach
Último trémolo Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Introducción y capricho op.23 G. Regondi
Partita nº 2 BWV826. I Sinfonía J.S. Bach
Invierno porteño A.Piazzolla
Rossiniana nº 2 M. Giuliani
Elegie J. Kaspar Mertz
Tres piezas españolas: Fandango, Passacaglia, Zapateado Joaquín Rodrigo
III. Laura V. del Rey
LAURA VERDUGO DEL REY
Dos brisas de abril David del Puerto
-En la mañana
-En la tarde
Tangbanera Tomás Marco
Sur David del Puerto
Suite Castellana Federico Moreno Torroba
Vivencias Juan Erena**
I Palabras sin retorno
III La mitad del camino
Asturias (Suite española, op. 47)saac Albéniz
Sonata Giocosa Joaquín Rodrigo
– 1. Allegro moderato
– 2. Andante moderato
– 3. Allegro
* Estreno absoluto
** Estreno en Madrid
IV. Silvia Nogales
1. El tiempo (Prólogo)
Tempus Silvia Nogales
2. El viaje (Argentina- Brasil)
Tres Colores Porteños Claudia Montero
A Tide of Living Water Clarice Assad
3. Transformación (España-Europa)
Origen Silvia Nogales
Ave Fénix María Parra
4. Katarsis (Oriente- Asia)
Lullaby Anna Segal
La última Samurai Silvia Nogales
V. Thibaut García
Las Abejas Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Una limosna por el amor de Dios Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Maxixe Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Choro da saudade Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Un sueño en la floresta Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Vals n.3 Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Vals n.4 Agustín Barrios Mangoré
Rondena Regino Sáinz de la Maza
Sacrificio Regino Sáinz de la Maza
Asturias Isaac Albéniz
Rossiniana n°1, Op. 119 Mauro Giuliani
VI. David Russell
Campanas al alba E. Sainz de la Maza
Sonata Benedetto Marcello
I. Adagio II. Allegro III. Largo IV.Allegro
Suite Valenciana V. Asenci
Preludi. Cançoneta. Dansa
Variaciones brillantes B. Lackenbacher
G. SUSANI THE BLUE MADELEINE
(1995) *dedicada a David Russell
Valses (Pienso en ti) C. García de Tolsa
I. Bolt the door II. Morag III.Gurty’s Frolic Música tradicional celta
Fantasia Robert Gerhard
Ecos de Sefarad Joaquín Rodrigo
Sonata II E. López-Chavarri
I. Allegro; II. Andante moderato; III. Allegro vivace
Sueño Francisco Tárrega
Preludio sobre un tema de Mendelshonn F. Tárrega
Homenatge a Mistral Matilde Salvador
Col·lectici Íntim Vicente Asencio
I. La Serenor; II. La Joia; III. La calma; IV. La gaubança;
V. La frisança
ATENEO MADRID | SALÓN ACTOS
Sanja Pohl was born in Slovenia and is based in Madrid. She entered a state music school in her home town at the age of 8, studying piano and guitar. She continued her guitar studies at the Music Conservatory in Maribor, the University of Ljubljana, the Rostock University of Music and Theatre, the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague and University Mozarteum in Salzburg.
Concierto del Agua Tomas Marco
I. Almadraba; II. Acuario; III. Anadiomena
VILLA DE MADRID
Ganadora del Certamen Llobet 2021 y ganadora del II Concurso Internacional de Guitarra de Madrid 2020
G. del Rey
AUDITORIO NACIONAL | SALA CÁMARA
G. DEL REY
Danzas Españolas (*) Gaspar Sanz
Españoleta; Gallarda y Villano; Rujero y Paradetas; Zarabanda al ayre Español; Passacalle de la Caballería de Nápoles; Miñona de Cataluña; Canarios
Tocata en la manera de Corelli (*) Santiago de Murcia
Grave; Allegro; Despacio; Giga
Tres Piezas del Nuevo Tango (*) Astor Piazzolla
Milonga del Ángel; Adiós Nonino; Chau Paris
Tarots (selección) Tomás Marco
Le Monde; La Maison de Dieu; La Roue de la Fortune; Le Pendu; La Force
Homenaje a Tárrega José María Gallardo del Rey
Misterio de Tánger; Nostalgia de Al Andalus
Lorca Suite José María Gallardo del Rey
Anda Jaleo; Los Reyes de la Baraja; Las Morillas de Jaén; La Tarara; Los Cuatro Muleros
(*) Transcripción del intérprete
José Tomás transcriptions
Born in Albacete (Spain), Doctor of Music from the U.A.X. and Professor of Guitar at Madrid Royal Conservatory of Music, he received the following training and obtained the following academic degrees:
Doctor in the line of music research by the Alfonso X el Sabio University of Madrid, with the thesis “Contributions of José Tomás (1934- 2001) to the evolution of the repertoire, interpretation and teaching of the guitar”, directed by Dr. G. Arriaga Moreno (2017).
- Diploma of Advanced Studies in Musicology by Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with the paper on the unpublished Tobarra manuscript “The Tobarra guitar music manuscript and the musician Robustiano Hernández”, directed by Dr. J. Suárez-Pajares (2011 ).
Master of the Duetto School of Valencia in Repertoire and Guitar Performance with Manuel Barrueco (1999).
High Professor Graduate of Guitar by the Superior Conservatory “Oscar Esplá” of Alicante, under the teaching direction of José Tomás (1993)
- Later he continues his training at the Luthier School in Barcelona doing postgraduate studies with Alex Garrobé and in the United Kingdom (Bath International Guitar Festival) with Tom Kerstens and José Tomás (1995-1996).
- Superior Title of Music in Early Plucked Instruments of the Renaissance and Baroque in the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid with the prestigious baroque guitarists and lutenists José Miguel Moreno and Juan Carlos de Mulder (2007).
Awarded with the International Prize “Andrés Segovia” for guitar in Compostela 1997. Honour Mention in the Chamber Music Contest in Manresa 1996.
He has received the masterclass teachings of classical & baroque guitar, lute or vihuela masters and interpretation of early music such as Hopkinson Smith, John Griffiths, Robert Barto and Jordi Savall. And of references in classical guitars worldwide such as David Russell, Eliot Fisk, Pepe Romero, Carles Trepat, José Luis Rodrigo or Demetrio Ballesteros.
He has made recordings for radio and television: RTVE, Radio Clásico, LT-8 Argentina, Radio Cultura de Brasil. He is an artist of Mediaset TV Spain, for whom he has made audiovisual productions with baroque guitar that are broadcast on the television program Musical Cities of Telecinco (Spain) and are broadcast on Iberia airplanes.
He has taught masterclass with classical guitar, baroque guitar, vihuela, tiorba and archlute and has performed continuously since 1990 tours of concerts alone, in chamber and with orchestras (Aranjuez and Andaluz Concerts, Vivaldi and Carulli concerts) in USA, France, Holland , Greece, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Argentina and Brazil. Among those are remarkable his performances as a soloist with baroque music of Biber and Weiss in the Early Music Festival of Berkeley (USA) and his performance with early Spanish music for S.A.R. Queen Sofia of Spain and Mr. Ambassador of Spain in Athens (Greece).
He is a founding member of the ensemble “La Reverencia”, and is usually invited to various ensembles of early music throughout Spain. He is a Resident Through-bass player with baroque guitar, tiorba and archilaúd of the Albacete Symphony Orchestra and the Praeteritum Ensemble. He has performed at the International Festivals of Early Music in Úbeda, Gijón, Simat and Utrecht (Holland).
He has made premieres and first recordings of contemporary live composers such as Salvador Brotons, Roxana Paredes or David Cuevas.
He has published 11 CDs, being a pioneer in the publication of multimedia CDs with audio including scores and musicological study, as well as a pioneer in the publication of live CDs with Renaissance, Baroque, classical and contemporary repertoire (Live in Berlin, QTV, 2014). He has also published books and musical research articles for the I.E.A., Hispanica Lyra, Magazine of the S.G.R and the musical research magazine of the CSMCLM Consonancias.
He has given lectures, conferences, courses and masterclass at the Festivals:
- José Tomás – Villa de Petrer” International Guitar Festival Petrer;
- “Ciutat d’Elx” International Guitar Festival;
- Cartagena Guitar Week;
- “Alcudia Valley” Guitar Festival;
- Cordoba International Guitar Festival;
- International Days of Guitar of Valencia;
- University of Castilla la Mancha;
- Conservatory GB Martini of Bologna;
- “Festival do violao” of Osasco (Brazil), “Universidade de Sao Paulo” and “Fundaçao das artes” (Brazil);
National University of Rosario (Argentina).
After winning two teaching positions by opposition in different fields (M.E.C. , Junta de Andalucía), he is a titular professor, on leave, of Teachers of Music and Performing Arts Corps for the specialty of Guitar, having been a Baroque Guitar and Guitar teacher in the Conservatories “Jerónimo Meseguer” of Almansa and “Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco” of Albacete “.
He worked as a Professor of Guitar, Baroque Guitar, Tablature and Continuo Bass of the Conservatory of Music of Castile-La Mancha.
Since 2019 he is a Guitar Professor of the Royal Superior Conservatory of Music in Madrid.
Since Leo Brouwer highlighted the professionalism of his interpretations, the specialized critic has written: “His interpretation was impeccable, impressing the public despite the complexity of the works addressed with the guitar” (Violao Interchange). “An exceptional concert, with an unquestionable attraction between virtuosity and emotion”, “One of the most outstanding European performers” (Tribune). “A warm, deep and very human reading, in an admirably tainted vihuela” (CD Compact). “… deep connoisseur of the repertoire, knowing how to transmit their language both with a careful interpretation and with specific explanations of the works performed.” (The New Spain).
Tomás Marco: composer