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JASON VIEAUX: SOLO GUITAR

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Grammy award-winning classical guitarist sought after for his extensive concerto repertoire.

Grammy-winner Jason Vieaux is considered “among the elite of today’s classical guitarists” (Gramophone) and is described by NPR as “perhaps the most precise and soulful classical guitarist of his generation”.

In appearances from New York’s Lincoln Center to Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and the Seoul Arts Center, Jason Vieaux has cemented his reputation as an artist of brilliance and uncompromised mastery. On disc, Jason is cited for his “eloquent and vibrant performances” on disc (Gramophone), and on stage he is hailed as “virtuosic, flamboyant, dashing, and, sometimes ineffably lyrical” (New York Times).

Program:

                    Jorge Morel            Danza Brasilera

                               (b.1931)           

                     Leo Bouwer            El Decamero Negro

                               (b.1939)             El Arpa del Guerrero (The Warrior’s Help)

                                                           La Huida de los Amantes por el Valle de los Ecos (The Flight of the Lovers Through the Valley of Echoes

                                                           Baladas del Doncella Enamorada (Ballad of the Maiden in Love)

                    Pat Metheny           Four Paths of Light

                              (b. 1954)            I

                                                          II

                                                          III

                                                          IV

                                                          This piece was composed for and dedicated to Mr. Vieaux

               Agustín Barrios         Vals in G Major, Op. 8, No. 4

                          (1885-1944)

                    Jason Vieaux           Home

                                (b. 1973)

 

     Antonio Carlos Jobim         A Felicidade

                              (1927-1994)

                              (arr. Dyens)

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