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The Athenaeum Music Group

March 6, 2015 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Athenaeum Music Group

Presents

The World of the Guitar

A history of the Instrument Illustrated by a Selection of  Major Works from the Guitar Repertoire

With Matthew Heery

 

Friday 6th March  –  2pm in the Library

£6.00 per person

Tea/Coffee & Biscuits included

 

All welcome

Please book with Jack or Lorraine in advance

 

The World of the Guitar

A history of the instrument illustrated by a selection of major works from the guitar repertoire

 

Luis Milan-2 Pavanes

John Dowland-Allemande (My Lady Hunsdon’s Puffe)  

J.S. Bach-Gavotte I&II from Lute Suite no 3

Gaspar Sanz-Espanolita, Canarios

Fernando Sor-Variations on a theme by Mozart

Francisco Tarrega-Recuerdos de la Alhambra

Isaac Albeniz-Asturias

Heitor Villa Lobos-Prelude no.1

Leo Brouwer-Una Dia de Noviembre

George Gershwin-Summertime

Cole Porter-Night and Day

Duke Ellington-In a Sentimental Mood

Stanley Myers-Cavatina

Originally from Liverpool, Matthew Heery began playing the guitar at an early age. Throughout his school career he performed regularly at venues around the city both solo and with a number of ensembles. From 2006-2010 he attended the Birmingham Conservatoire to study guitar with Mark Eden and Mark Ashford of the Vida guitar quartet. During his time in Birmingham a range of musical activities found him writing, arranging and performing at such diverse locations as Symphony Hall Birmingham, The Philharmonic Hall in Liverpool, art centres throughout the UK and Europe, Glastonbury Festival and Abbey Road Studios. From 2011-2014 Matthew worked as an entertainer and music director for US cruise line, Carnival. In 2014 he moved back to Liverpool and now works locally as a music teacher and musician.

Details

Date:
March 6, 2015
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

The Athenaeum Liverpool
Church Alley
Liverpool, L1 3DD United Kingdom
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Phone:
+44 151 709 7770