Marco Ramelli, Lecturer in Classical Guitar at TU Dublin Conservatoire and Dublin-based classical guitarist Eoin Flood have been organising a series of lectures dedicated to the classical guitar’s repertoire. Although they were originally designed for the students at TU Dublin Conservatoire, Marco and Eoin has generously opened up the class to the public.
Under the title of ‘A Cup of Tea Together’, these online repertoire classes are held on Tuesdays at 4–5pm, Dublin time.
On Tuesday 26 May 2020: Fabio Zanon, of the Royal Academy of Music London, will lecture on the Repertoire written for Julian Bream. Now available via: YouTube.
On Tuesday 2 June 2020: Michael O’Toole will lecture on John Williams: New Directions for the Classical Guitar.
On Tuesday 9 June 2020: Steve Goss will lecture on Julian Bream and John Williams: Collaborating with Composers.
On Tuesday 16 June 2020: Marco Ramelli and Marta Dolzadelli will lecture on Roberto Gerhard’s Guitar Music.
The series has already had lectures in April and May, which are still available for viewing via the website. These include:
On Tuesday 7 April 2020 Sasha Savaloni lectured on Franz Schubert
On Tuesday 14 April 2020 Andrea de Vitis lectured on Alexandre Tansman
On Tuesday 21 April 2020 Eoin Flood lectured on The Influence of Santería in Leo Brouwer’s Guitar Music. Now available via: YouTube.
On Tuesday 28 April 2020 Enrica Savigni lectured on Fernando Sor. Now available via: YouTube.
On Tuesday 5 May 2020 Ian Watt lectured on Agustín Barrios. Now available via: YouTube.
On Tuesday 12 May 2020 Luiz Mantovani, of the State University of Santa Catarina – UDESC, lectured on Ferdinand Rebay. YouTube.
On Tuesday 19 May 2020 Lorenzo Micheli, of the Conservatorio della Svizzera italiana, lectured on the Caprichos de Goya by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco. Now available via: YouTube.
All of these events are free and are held on Zoom. To participate in forthcoming lectures, email Marco Ramelli, at: email@example.com
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