The Aquarelle Guitar Quartet are delighted to be playing at the prestigious Sheffield Chamber Music Festival on Saturday afternoon. Their programme, entitled ‘Aspects’ – also the name of their latest recording for Chandos – features classical favourites, irresistible tango and famous movie hits, perfect for music-lovers of all ages.
Renowned for possessing a glorious range of sound and impressive artistry, the Aquarelle Guitar Quartet were featured artists at Classic FM Live at The Albert Hall in 2016 and have released five discs with Chandos Records.
The full programme for their concert at 4pm on Sat 19th May at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield is:
|Sinfonia to L’Italiana in Algeri – Gioachino Rossini, arr. Richard Safhill|
|Opals – Philip Houghton|
|La Muerte del Angel – Astor Piazzolla, arr. Mike Baker|
|Themes from Frida – Elliot Goldenthal, arr. Mike Baker|
|De Usuahia a la Quiaca (from Motorcycle Diaries) – Gustavo Santaolalla, arr. Vasilis Bessas|
|Il Postino – Luis Bacalov, arr. Rory Russell|
|Minor Swing (from Chocolat) – Django Reinhardt, arr. Mike Baker|
|Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence – Ryuichi Sakamoto, arr. Vasilis Bessas|
|Quiccan – Andrew York|
About the Sheffield Chamber Music Festival:
Concerts are presented in the unique surroundings of the Crucible Studio, the UK’s most extraordinary venue for chamber music. It’s both intimate and relaxed, a space where you sit so close to the performers you can feel their excitement, see their energy and hear the control in every note.
The resident musicians Ensemble 360, Singer-in-Residence Roderick Williams, and international guest artists perform a wide range of classical chamber music, from very well-known pieces to brand new works.