Isabel Martínez: Spanish Guitar Works
Fri 13 July 2018, 1.00pm
'A guitarist of considerable gifts whose unmistakingly Spanish sound and phraseology are complemented by a dynamic sense of voicing and a wonderfully-rich and evocative colour palette.' Music & Vision
Isabel Martínez is one of the most distinctive personalities of classical guitar's newest generation. A graduate of the Conservatoire of Alicante and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, Isabel now enjoys a busy international career, taking her captivating stage presence and beguiling interpretations to audiences worldwide. She has worked with internationally-renowned musicians such as David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Hopkinson Smith, Fabio Zanon, Pavel Steidl, Ricardo Gallén and Joaquín Clerch, and has been supported by generous scholarships from Telefónica, the Anglo-Spanish Society, Banco Sabadell Foundation, Adele Kramer-Chappell, The Music Students' Hostel Trust and The City of London Corporation Foundation. In this event Isabel presents some of her favourite Spanish guitar works including her interpretation of Tarrega's 'Capricho árabe' that has made her the most popular classical guitarist on the internet with a sensational 1 million views on YouTube!
Francisco Tárrega Capricho árabe
SNEAK PEEK! Video clip
This is an ILAMS event organised in collaboration with St Martin-in-the-Fields with the kind support of the Spanish Embassy
TICKETS Admission free; exit donations welcome
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