What You'll Get
Don't believe the scientists: Shrink rays exist. Take Milos Karadaglic's guitar, for example. As soon as the Montenegrin virtuoso starts to play, the space around man and instrument seems to shrink to intimate proportions. That's how Milos made a recent Royal Albert Hall concert feel like a cozy living room performance. No doubt Jordan Hall will feel much the same way when he returns for a transfixing program of Bach, de Falla, Cardoso and more. See why this young phenomenon has won numerous contests, topped the UK classical charts and earned comparisons to Andr��s Segovia when "classical guitar's new hero" comes back to Boston.
- Fernando Sor, Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart, Opus 9
- Giuilio Regondi, Nocturne – R��verie, Opus 19
- Enrique Granados, Danza no. 2 ���Oriental���
- J.S. Bach, Chaconne from Partita No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004
- Manuel de Falla, ���Danza del Molinero��� (���Dance of the Miller���) from The Three-Cornered Hat (arr. Michael Lewin)
- Manuel de Falla: Homenaje
- Manuel de Falla: Danza Espa��ola No. 1 from La Vide Breve (arr. Michael Lewin)
- Jorge Morel: Danza Brasilera
- Jorge Cardoso: Milonga
- Isaias Savio: ���Batucuda��� from Cenas Brasileiras
- Alberto Ginastera: Sonata for guitar, Opus 47
The Fine Print
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