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Guest Artist Recital: Amadeus Guitar Duo

Tuesday, March 10, 2015 - 7:30pm

Location:
Cypress Recital Hall
Cost:
$15/$10/$7

Amadeus Guitar Duo - Dale Kavanagh & Thomas Kirchhoff

Joaquin Rodrigo - Madrigal Suite

Georg-Friedrich Hände - Suite No 7 in G-minor, HV 432

Jaime M. Zenamon - Casablanca  (1995)

Mario Gangi - Suite Spagnola (1948) 

INTERMISSION

Dale Kavanagh - Toronto ‚98

J. S. Bach / F. Busoni - Chaconne in D-minor,  BWV 1004                                                     

Alfonso Montés - Amasur (dedicated to the Amadeus Guitar Duo)

 

Amadeus Guitar Duo                                                                           www.amadeusduo.com

Dale Kavanagh (Canada) & Thomas Kirchhoff (Germany) have been playing together since 1991. Many composers have dedicated works to the Amadeus Duo since then such as Stephen Dodgson - Gerald Garcia - Harald Genzmer - Jaime Zenamon - Roland Dyens - Stephen Funk-Pearson - Christian Jost - Carlo Domeniconi a.o. They are often performing with orchestras playing concertos by Joaquin Rodrigo, Roland Dyens, Genzmer, Carlo Domeniconi, Jaime  Zenamon, Gerald Garcia,  Christian Jost and Martin Herchenröder. They have given more than 1.000 concerts in 60 European Countries, Asia and North- and South America in the last twenty years and have published sixteen CD’s (Haenssler Classic). They are invited to play in the United States, Canada, China, South-Korea, Thailand, England, Italy, Spain, Turkey, Rumania, Greece and Germany in the season 2014/15. Dale and Thomas have established one of the largest and most prestigioues Guitar Festivals in Europe, the International Guitar Symposium Iserlohn (www.guitarsymposium.com). Dale Kavanagh,  Thomas Kirchhoff and their daughter Melissa Rachel are residents of Iserlohn/Germany. Amadeus Guitar Duo plays exclusively D’Addario Composite strings and guitars by Antonius Muller, Aarbergen and Kenny Hill, San Francisco.

Tickets: $15 general admission; $10 faculty/staff and senior citizens; $7 students (with valid ID)
AS Ticket Office: (818) 677-2488
Cypress Recital Hall: Located on Nordhoff St., between Lindley and Etiwanda avenues. Park in Lot Bl and B3.