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Morgan Szymanski & the Benyounes Quartet

Sun 26 May 2019, 6.30pm
Conway Hall
25 Red Lion Square
United Kingdom

(Not an ILAMS concert, but one we highly recommend!)

Mexican guitarist Morgan Szymanski was highlighted as ‘one to watch’ by Gramophone magazine. For his second Conway Hall concert, he comes together with the Benyounes Quartet in a programme spanning more than two hundred years, including his own arrangements of Piazzolla and Puccini’s Cristantemi, composed in a single night in 1890, in response to the death of the Duke of Savoy. There will also be a short audience question and answer session with the musicians after the performance.

Pre-concert talk by Robert Hugill at 5.30pm in the Brockway Room

Antonio Vivaldi Lute Concerto in D

Niccolo Paganini Cantabile for violin and guitar

Giacomo Puccini Crisantemi
Luigi Boccherini Quintet in D 'Fandango'
Joaquín Turina Oración del Torero Op. 34

Thierry Eschaich Scenes de Bal

Astor Piazzolla Histoire du Tango (Selection) (arr. Morgan Szymanski) 
Morgan Szymanski guitar
Benyounes Quartet 

SNEAK PEEK! Video Clip

This event is hosted by Conway Hall Sunday Concerts

TICKETS £12 On the door | £10 In advance | £8 Conway Hall Ethical Society members (please bring membership card) | Free admission to Under 26s thanks to the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust (ID required) | ILAMS members 10% discount (please email for discount code)

BOOKINGS 020 7405 1818 | |



Homage to Piazzolla

Wed 29 May 2019, 1.15pm
St Dunstan in the West
186a Fleet Street
United Kingdom

(Not an ILAMS concert, but one we highly recommend!)

The Argentine pianist, Julieta Iglesias, who now lives in London, performs internationally and her large repertoire ecompasses tango. Julieta has performed with the London Tango Orchestra, the Trio Escualo, the Trio Abril as well as solo, and recently recorded a piano album entitled Astor exploring the music of the master of contemporary tango, Astor Piazzolla. Julieta plays in this concert a collection of music exploring Piazzolla's tango-inspired music, including the well-known Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.
Astor Piazzolla Invierno porteño | Verano porteño | Otoño porteño | Decaríssimo | Milonga del ángel | La muerte del ángel | Resurrección del ángel | Chau París | Los pájaros perdidos | Retrato de Alfredo Gobbi | Chiquilín de Bachín | Adiós Nonino 

Julieta Iglesias piano

TICKETS Free; exit donations welcome

BOOKINGS No booking required

MORE INFORMATION | stdunstaninthewest.orger large repertoire also encompasses tango. She has performed with the London Tango Orchestra, the Trio Escualo, theAbril, as well as solo piano. Recently, Julieta has recorded her new album "Astor" at Abbey Road Institute


Spanish Music from the Time of Manuel de Falla

Thu 30 May 2019, 8.00pm
West Wickham Recorded Music Society
Rear Hall, Methodist Church, Hawes Lane
West Wickham, Kent
United Kingdom

(Not an ILAMS event, but one we highly recommend!)

'The renovation of Spanish music in the first half of the 20th century is unthinkable without the presence of Manuel de Falla.' Prof. Nancy Lee Harper

Ray Picot presents a programme of recorded music by Manuel de Falla and his contemporaries. The early 20th century was an exciting time as a new generation of artists took Spain out of cultural isolation. New musical ideas were explored, as composers sought to reconcile the glories of their past with contemporary European musical innovations, resulting in the creation of a distinctive and vibrant music scene. This progress ended suddenly with the Civil War, and only now are we rediscovering a lot of this music which had been lost to previous generations. 

Ray Picot presenter

TICKETS £1.50 | Limited availability; booking essential.






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