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Guitar Society of Toronto presents SoloDuo

by Bradford Werner
on 07. Jan, 2011
in Canadian News and Events

Guitar Society of Toronto presents Italian classical guitar duo SoloDuo ( Matteo Mela and Lorenzo Micheli )

Website: www.guitarsocietyoftoronto.com
Phone number: 416-964-8298

Event Details
Saturday February 19th, 2011 8pm
Heliconian Hall, 35 Hazelton Ave, Toronto
Price: $25 General, Members/seniors $20, Students, Sr members $15
Ticket Purchase: PayPal, see Website, or at the door

Matteo Mela and Lorenzo Micheli met in Texas, far away from their native Italy, in Autumn 2000. Since then, they have shared a number of ideas, musical projects, and travels all over the world. In 2003 they formed a duo that has already performed throughout Europe and North America, and has been acclaimed everywhere as one of the best ensembles ever heard. About one of their performances, The Washington Post wrote: “Extraordinarily sensitive, with effortless command and an almost unbearable delicacy of touch, the duo’s playing was nothing less than rapturous – profound and unforgettable musicianship of the highest order.”

In addition to classic, romantic and modern repertoire, Matteo and Lorenzo – joined by lutenist Massimo Lonardi – enjoy exploring the early literature for baroque guitar and theorbo. Together, Matteo and Lorenzo have recorded François de Fossa’s Three Quartets, op. 19 (Stradivarius), a CD of Italian Music from the XVII Century for baroque guitar, archlute and theorbo (Stradivarius, forthcoming), Solaria, an anthology of 20th century masterpieces for two guitars (Pomegranate), the Duos Concertants by Antoine De Lhoyer (Naxos) as well as a dozen solo recordings on the labels Naxos, Brilliant Records, Kookaburra, Mel Bay, and Stradivarius.

For further information, please visit

www.soloduo.it

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