Classical Guitarist Francesco

Live Music And DJ,Guitarists (Classical & Spanish)
Classical Guitarist Francesco
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Beautiful classical performances will captivate audiences

  • Multi-award winning guitarist & graduate of the Royal Academy of Music

  • Extensive repertoire of solo & ensemble music

  • Played at prestigious concert halls on his highly-acclaimed Asian tour

  • Based in Hong Kong & available to perform at events worldwide

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Highly commended by 2005 Grammy Award Winner David Russell for his ‘technical excellence’ and ‘first class’ playing, this multi-award winning guitarist will blow audiences away with his incredible performances.

Considered one of the most talented young performers of his generation, Francesco has extensively toured around Europe and Asia playing at some of the world’s most prestigious venues and festivals including: the Duke´s Hall and the Bolivar Hall in London, the Nikkei Hall and Bunka Kaikan in Tokyo, Southbank Centre's Luigi Nono Music Festival 2007-2008 in London, and the first Hong Kong International Guitar Festival 2013 and the Hong Kong's Modern Academy. His performances have also been broadcast on numerous Italian and international TV shows.

His repertoire features an extensive range of solo and ensemble music from Renaissance all the way up to contemporary times. His beautiful, soft melodies and captivating stage presence will enchant and delight audiences of all ages and musical tastes. With such a wealth of natural talent and performance experience, you can rest assured that Francesco will provide the perfect entertainment for your event.

Classical
Giuliani: Grand Overture Op. 61
Satie: Gnossienne No.1
Rodrigo: Invocación y Danza for Guitar "Hommage a M de Falla"
Baden-Powell: El Ultimo Porto, Vals sem Nome, A Lenda do Abaete
Falla: Homenaje "Le tombeau de Claude Debussy"
Sainz de la Maza: Campanas del’Alba
Handel: Passacaille (transcr.: David Russell)
Broca: Pensamiento Espanol
Domeniconi: Koyunbaba Op.19
Mantovani: Adagio (Tremolo)
Bach: Violin Sonata No.2 in A Minor BWV 1003 (Transcr.: Francesco Teopini)
Martin: Quatre Pieces Breves
Regondi: Introduction et Caprice Op.23
Tárrega: Capricho Arabe, Recuerdos de la Alhambra, Gran Jota

World Music
Sainz de la Maza: Campañas del Alba
Sabicas: Farruca, Malaguena, Zapateado en Re
Sagreras: El Colibri
York: Sunburst
Barrios: Arroyos de la Alhambra
Sainz de la Maza: Petenera, Zapateado
Barrios Mangoré: Mazurka Appassionata
Pixinguinha: Carinhoso
Colonna: Sincronie
Turina: Homenaje a Tárrega for Guitar, Op. 69
Dyens: Fuoco
Baden-Powell: Vals Sem Nome, Retrato Brazileiro, A Lenda do Abaete, Prelude in A minor, Simplesmente

Guitar & Orchestra
Arnold: Serenade for Guitar and Strings Op.50
Bach: Concerto for Violin No.1 in A minor BWV 1041 (transcr.: Francesco Teopini)
Brouwer: Concierto Elegiaco
Castelnuovo-Tedesco: Concerto No.1 in D Major Op.99
Giuliani: Concerto No.3 in F Major Op.70
Piazzolla: Double Concerto for Bandoneon and Guitar
Rodrigo: Concierto de Aranjuez
Torroba: Concierto de Castilla
Vivaldi: Lute Concerto in D major RV 93 (Transcr.: Francesco Teopini)
Vivaldi: Mandolin Concerto in C Major RV 425 (Transcr.: Francesco Teopini)

"“I have known Francesco for some years and have seen his development from a talented guitar student to a young professional musician. This Spring I was very happy to hear him play a concerto with orchestra and he showed security and confidence in his playing, as well as technical excellence. All of this made it a first class performance and proved that he has a bright future in his guitar playing career.”"

David Russell - classical guitarist and 2005 Grammy Award winner

"“The young guitarist Francesco has completed his course of study in a brilliant and diversified way, and therefore has a serious and deep preparation. In listening to him, however, you get the feeling that the academic acquisitions have not changed his way of making music, which is distinguished by his spontaneity and his communicative verve: he was born to donate the gift of music to the audience.”"

Angelo Gilardino - classical guitarist, composer and musicologist