A classical guitar masterclass spanning subgenres, from minimal Brazilian rock to traditional Flamenco melodies, this show provides an up-beat guitar performance that will have you mesmerised from start to finish.
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The guitarist’s guitarist, Albert Lee, hasn’t been to Australia for many a year. So this tour, for his 75th birthday, has been long-awaited by musical fans.
Kaki King provides an electric performance like no other at the Adelaide Guitar Festival with her imaginative approach to what creative solo performances can be.
Typical of the Adelaide Guitar Festival, Beijing Guitar Duo and Marko Topchii is a cultural and musically diverse performance, bringing together an assortment of world-class songs from various countries, cultures and composers.
Do you love the sweet, sweet sounds of acoustic, full-bodied, twangy or harp-like guitar? This…
Renowned artist Tommy Emmanuel and friends will perform at Adelaide Festival Centre’s Adelaide Guitar Festival.
The third of the Coopers Late Night Sessions saw Australian singer-songwriters, Genevieve Chadwick and Daniel Champagne, perform a set each.
Chris Thile, Paul Kowert, Noam Pikelny, Chris Eldridge, and Gabe Witcher, are The Punch Brothers.
As part of the Coopers Late Night Sessions, Sydney outfit Crusin’ Deuces rocked The Space on Friday night.
Set to feature over 200 live performances across 60 different venues throughout Adelaide, get ready to immerse yourself in Umbrella: Winter City Sounds.
Music is for the people, and the Adelaide International Guitar Festival are determined to take it to them in some innovative ways as part of their August program.
Welcome to ‘The Festival State’ ladies and gents. We see the phrase every single day but probably don’t take the time to think about how lucky that makes us. That means South Australia is the state that officially knows how to throw the best parties! Come on, it even says so on our license plates.
Christopher Hale’s Sylvan Coda Project promised flamenco infused jazz and a Sunday afternoon of cool, sultry sounds; happily, it did not disappoint.
The show opened with Aloysius Leeson playing beautiful Spanish solo guitar before introducing his Quartet to the stage.
There was a quiet air of optimism ahead of the packed out opening to the Adelaide Guitar Festival with Spanish classical guitar maestro Pepe Romero and young upcoming Brazilian star Yamandu Costa. The involvement of the Adelaide Art Orchestra added another level of expectation and excitement.
“I’ve never heard such unbridled enthusiasm for such a lack-lustre key”. So said Guthrie Govan last night, after threatening to do several songs in G minor!
This cheeky humour is all part of Govan’s charm, which he wove seamlessly into an amazing set of guitar virtuosity, in front of a sold-out house of admirers.
This year’s Guitar Festival is a delightful offering of some of the most impressive guitarists and performers in the world.
Debashish Bhattacharya, is no exception with his reputation as a slide guitarist with an impressive instrumental arsenal proceeding him.
The impressive lineup of musicians gracing the stage during this years Adelaide International Guitar Festival is in itself a masterpiece, as is the collaboration between Geoffrey Morris & Siobhan Stagg in what could pass as a mini-opera. The pair presented a delightful merging of Baroque & Classico-Romantico guitar with soprano vocals in a medley of playful and bubbly love songs.
Established in 2001, the Adelaide Art Orchestra comprises top freelance professional players in South Australia & boasts over 120 Cabaret Festival shows already.
Adelaide International Guitar Festival announces two new international acts, unveils young South Australian talent and lifts the lid on an amazing late-night line up to complete the full program for this year’s jam-packed event
ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES THREE NEW CLASSICAL SHOWS FOR 2014 AND THE FINALISTS FOR THE CLASSICAL GUITAR COMPETITION
Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan today announced three diverse and exciting new shows for this year’s Adelaide International Guitar Festival (AIGF) from July 17-20, 2014, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre.