Trinity celebrates the work of world-renowned soloist Julian Bream and the 70th birthday of composer and guitarist Leo Brouwer.
Featuring a talk by Graham Wade, two concerts of solo and ensemble music, a Masterclass by John Mills and the UK premiere of Brouwer's Guitar Concert No. 5 (Helsinki) with soloist Graham Devine.
10.30am - 11.30am
The life and work of Julian Bream and Leo Brouwer's Concerto No.5 Peacock Room, Trinity College of Music Admission free Talk given by Graham Wade
11.45am - 12.30pmInformal Concert: A Tribute to Julian Bream
Peacock Room, Trinity College of Music .
Trinity students perform a programme of guitar music written for Julian Bream. To include works by William Walton, Benjamin Britten, Lennox Berkeley and others.
St. Alfege’s Church - (just outside Trinity College of Music)
Trinity Guitar Orchestra Conducted by James Woodrow
Leo Brouwer – Aceria del cielo, elaire y La sonrisa – Guitar Orchestra
Heitor Villa Lobos – Bachianas Brasileiras No.9 – Guitar Orchestra
Erik Satie – Parade – Guitar Orchestra
Piazzolla – Histoire du Tango (2 movements) Guitar and Violin Duo
Leo Brouwer – El Decameron Negro Guitar Solo
Thu 19 Nov, 2.30pm - 5.30pm
Guitar Masterclass with John Mills Peacock Room, Trinity College of Music
Admission free Thu 19 Nov, 7.30pm
Trinity Chamber Orchestra Blackheath Halls, Great Hall Conducted by Nic Pendlebury
Graham Devine: Guitar
Leo Brouwer: Guitar Concerto No. 5 (Helsinki)
UK Premiere Haydn: Symphony No. 101 (Clock)
Karl Jenkins: Imagined Oceans
£8 (£5 concessions) http://www.blackheathhalls.com/