Edoardo Catemario at the Wigmore 25th March 2012
Edoardo Catemario will be demonstrating his extreme virtuousity, musicality and technique in a fascinating programme which showcases some of the best-loved works in the repertoire, including those by Sor, Falla, Tárrega and Albéniz.
About Edoardo Catemario
Edoardo Catemario was born in Naples and studied guitar with Salvatore Canino, Antimo Pedata, José Tomás, Stefano Aruta and Maria Luisa Anido. At the age of 11 he gave his first solo recital. In January 1991 he won first prize in the Andrés Segovia guitar competition in Almuñécar (Spain), and in 1992 in the Michele Pittaluga International Classical Guitar Competition in Alessandria (Italy).
He has performed across Europe, the United States and South America in venues such as the Grosser Saal of the Wiener Musikverein in Vienna, the Weill Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York, Teatro Coliseo in Buenos Aires and the Royal Academy of Music in London. He is frequently invited as a guest soloist by various orchestras, and has collaborated with many of the world's chamber musicians. He has recorded for the Decca, ARTS Music, and Koch Schwann labels.
Edoardo Catemario is also a visiting professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and taught in the "Sommer Akademie" of the Salzburg Mozarteum. He owns and plays on his collection of instruments dating between 1890 and 1935.
What others have said about Edoardo Catemario
“The interpretation of this music is sparkling and full of fireworks”
Compact Disc Classics
“The performances are consistently spirited and energetic, and Catemario’s charisma comes through even on recording. His technique is formidable and his tempos fearless”
American Record Guide
Visit www.catemario.com where you can find more information and media
How to book tickets to the Wigmore Hall recital
Tickets can be booked in person at the Wigmore Hall box office, by telephone on 020 7935 2141 or online at the link below, which also includes full details of Edoardo's programme: http://www.blogger.com/goog_869723582
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