Guitar in London Series 24-112019-11-22T18:02:52+00:00

Guitar in London

During 2019 we present young talent as well as more established guitarists from around the world, including many UK debuts as well as premieres of new commissioned work. The venue is the beautiful, intimate Cervantes Theatre located in an exciting, rapidly developing part of London, south of the river.

Tom Kerstens, Artistic Director IGF

Next Concert

Sunday 24th November – 3pm

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What Guitar Trio (UK)
with special guest Laura Snowden

Anna Eriksson (Finland, b. 1977)
Stjärnskruvmejsel (guitar duo)

William Lawes (England, 1602 – 1645)
3 pieces for Lyra Viols
i. Pavin
ii. Almaine
iii. Humour

Miguel Llobet (Spain, 1878 – 22 February)
Bryn Harrison (UK, b. 1969)
Guitar Trio (4mins)

Anna Eriksson (Finland, b. 1977)
Stjärnskruvmejsel (10mins)

What Guitar Trio is an ensemble made up of award winning guitarists Michael Hughes, Jonathan Parkin and Ioannis Theodoridis. The trio explores an array of repertoire with a focus on contemporary music, performing original works for guitar trio ranging from Anton Diabelli to Per Nørgård and Beat Furrer, as well as many of their own arrangements and premieres of new works.
Since its inception in 2016 the ensemble has performed in some of the most prestigious venues in the country, including Wigmore Hall, the Barbican and The National Portrait Gallery, and for The Greenwich Early Music Festival. The trio gained a place on the International Guitar Foundation’s Young Artist Platform in 2018 and performed at Kings Place for the IGF’s London Guitar Festival.

Arnaud Dumond & Frédéric Bernard (France)

Arnaud Dumond (France, b.1950)
Greensleeves changes
variations on the famous tune

Ground for two
an arrangement of an anonymous English tune

Un rossignol sur le coeur
a guitar duet in memoriam Roland Dyens

Estudio in E minor
the famous study by Sor embellished with a second voice by Dumond

Valse à l’envers
(Van der Staak-Arnaud Dumond)
the famous waltz by Dutch composer Van der Staak embellished and with a second voice by Dumond

Tank’go home
a protest song in a neo-tango form

Arnaud Dumond has recorded 15 CDs and he has played in more than 60 countries. He is a prize winner of several international competitions such as those in Paris, Tokyo and the Gaudeamus Competition in Amsterdam. He is the author of many compositions for guitar solo, ensembles, concerti and choir such as his Mass in terra pax and Nativity Requie.
The online magazine guitaremag.com wrote about him in 2018: Arnaud Dumond is one of the most exciting musical personalities on the French scene.
The Dumond-Bernard Guitar Duo was specifically founded to record the work for two guitars by Arnaud Dumond. The duo has played worldwide, and have most recently toured in France, Spain, Portugal and Italy.

The Venue

Cervantes Theatre
Arch 26, Old Union Arches,
229 Union Street,
London SE1 0LR

TICKETS: on the door and at
www.cervantestheatre.com
General: £12 Concessions: £10
18 and under: free

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How to get there:

BY TUBE
3 minute walk (2 minutes if you’re running late!) from Southwark tube station (Jubilee line)
9 minute walk from Borough tube station (Northern line)
14 minute walk from Elephant & Castle tube station (Bakerloo and Northern lines)
12 minute walk from Blackfriars (Circle and District lines)
14 minute walk from Waterloo tube station (Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, Waterloo & City lines)
BY TRAIN
6 minute walk from Waterloo East (Southeastern)
12 minute walk from Waterloo rail station (South West trains)
12 minute walk from Blackfriars (Southeastern and Thameslink)
14 minute walk from Elephant & Castle (Southeastern and Thameslink)
BY BUS
3 minute walk from the Southwark Station bus stop, served by numbers 45, 63, 100, N63 and N89

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