Seville Guitar duo. Francisco Bernier, Antonio Duro (Hispaania)
Aeg & koht
14. nov 2021 16:00
Tubina saal, Lossi 15, 51003 Tartu, Estonia
Kontsert on tasuta!
FRANCISCO BERNIER (Spain)
ANTONIO DURO (Spain)
PROGRAM / 2021
Fernando Sor (1778-1939)
Fantasía op 54 bis “al estilo español”
Antón García Abril (1933-2021)
Homenaje a la Giralda
Alberto Ginastera (1916-1983)
Canción del Árbol caído (Milonga)
Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
Lo que vendrá (Tango)
Toru Takemitsu (1930-1996)
Joaquín Rodrigo (1901-1999)
- Allegro ma non troppo
- Minueto pomposo
- Allegro vivace
Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)
Danza del Molinero
Romance del Pescador
La Vida Breve
“Exceptional game of colors and delicate poetry”
Diario de Sevilla, 2017
“Exuding expressiveness and praiseworthy capacity of compenetration and sensitivity”
Correo de Andalucía, 2017
“Bernier and Duro have decided to turn into a guitar duo, and along the way have homogenized sound and personality, showing the cleanliness and refinement of their work as soloists, now in an amazing conjunction. They played with an extreme control, without ever overflowing the limits of good taste...”
Diario de Sevilla, 2018
"An interpretation as attentive to details and nuances as balanced in rhythm, (...) prodigious delicacy."
El Correo, 2019
More info at www.sevillaguitarduo.com
FRANCISCO BERNIER (Spain)
First prize at the prestigious International Guitar Competition “Michele Pittaluga” in Alessandria (Italy)
La Stampa (Italy)
"Guitarist Bernier is the first prize winner of Italy’s Michele Pittaluga Competition…He is a fine player, with a virtuoso technique and a wide range of timbre and dynamics, imaginative and expressive."
American Record Guide, July 2011 (USA)
"Bernier is a calm assured master of the guitar. That he could produce so many different sounds and effects from this lovely little bit of wood and strings had some wondering if magic was involved."
Brantford Expositor, August 2011 (Canada)
"The performer had an excellent quality of sound, phrasings and changing of rhythm that the audience was enthousiastic!"
El Periódico Mediterráneo (Spain)
“Performances full of warmth and feelings!”
Corriere dell’Arte (Italy)
Considered by critics as one of the world’s leading classical guitarists of his generation, Francisco Bernier has gone on to forge a successful and prize-winning career throughout the years. His achievements led him to perform in over 37 countries around the globe, in prestigious venues such as the Salle Cortot and the Mogador Theatre in Paris, the Salle Corum in Montpellier, the Grand Theatre in Bordeaux, Oji Hall in Tokyo, the Kyoto Concert Hall, the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, Teatro Maestranza in Seville, Teatro Comunale in Alessandria, Merkin Hall in New York, Hall of the O.E.A (Organization of American States) in Washington D.C., and the Zellerbach Hall in San Francisco, to name a few.
Finalist in the Concert Artist Guild of New York and recipient of more than twenty international prizes including the “Michele Pittaluga” Competition, Francisco Bernier has performed with many orchestras, such as the Camerata of Saint Petersburg, the Manchester Symphony Orchestra, the Mediterranean Symphonic Orchestra, the Symphonic Orchestra of Vallés, the Symphonic Orchestra of Huelva and the Berkeley Symphony of San Francisco conducted by Kent Nagano.
He began his musical studies at the Conservatorio Superior de Música in Seville and he then moved to France to continue his musical studies at the Ecole Normale "Alfred Cortot" in Paris under the direction of Maestro Alberto