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Performances, Education, Community
Performances, Education, Community


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Attention music lovers! Check out this performance on April 12 at the University of Miami. The amazing Grisha Goryachev, flamenco virtuoso,  will be playing at Clarke Recital Hall.

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Check this out! What an amazing guitarist! We are lucky to have him perform for us next week!

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If you like tango, you must attend this concert. This Duo is amazing and will perform in Miami only once!
The Florida Guitar Foundation is proud to present the Bandini & Chiacchiaretta Duo performing music from Argentina.

Giampaolo Bandini, Guitar
Cesare Chiacchiaretta, Bandoneon

This concert will sell out, make sure you reserve your seats soon!
Clarke Recital Hall, University of Miami

5501 San Amaro Drive,
Coral Gables, FL 33146

Giampaolo Bandini – Cesare Chiacchiaretta Duo, guitar and bandoneon, formed in 2002 with the idea of promoting Argentine music through the charm and magic of its most representative instruments. The duo immediately became an important point of reference in the international concert circuit thanks to their great communicativeness and extraordinary charisma. Invited by the most important festivals and theatres in the world, they have toured in Mexico, Romania, China, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, France, Belgium, Holland, Croatia, Russia, Slovenia, Turkey, the Czech Republic and Hungary meeting outstanding critical and audience approval.
The duo had the privilege to play Astor Piazzolla’s Double Concerto “Hommage a Liegi” conducted by Maestro Leo Brouwer at the Auditorium Paganini of Parma and for the Unione Musicale of Turin with the renowned Moscow Virtuosi chamber orchestra conducted by Pavel Berman. In 2004 Bandini – Chiacchiaretta Duo was awarded the 15th“Beniamino Joppolo” Città di Patti Prize (in the province of Messina, Italy) for remarkable artistic achievements in the field of music.
In 2005 the duo made their debut in the prestigious Grand Hall of Saint Petersburg Academic Philarmonic achieving such great success that they were immediately asked to play for the following two years. Their peculiarity of living music to the full and without boundaries leads them to work together with prominent artists such as Arnoldo Foà, Elio delle Storie Tese, Amanda Sandrelli and musicians such as Fernando Suarez Paz, Michele Pertusi, Corrado Giuffredi, Danilo Rossi, Massimo Quarta, Enrico Bronzi, Franca Masu, Maria Estela Monti, Enrico Fagone and many others.
Their first CD “Hombres de Tango” sold more than ten thousand copies and was greeted with great enthusiasm by the critics. They have recorded for the most important radio and television broadcasters in Italy and abroad.
Recently, a concert held in Brussels was broadcast via satellite in more than twenty countries. As teachers, they are requested by the most renowned Academies and Universities and hold classes at the Institutes of Higher Education “Luigi Boccherini” in Lucca and “Tito Schipa” in Lecce as well as at the Summer Festivals of Gubbio and Portogruaro.

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There are still some tickets left, hurry up!
I've just had dinner with Ana Vidovic, she is as charming and modest in person as she is intimidating on paper. If you are in Miami, you MUST go to her concert tomorrow night. She is simply amazing, I promise you will not regret it. See you tomorrow?

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Amazing artist, great music, great venue, cool people, food, wine, cocktails, networking, and... you are supporting a local organization.
See you next week?

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So, Ana Vidovic will be performing in Miami on May 5. That's how you are supposed to spend cinco de mayo. A classical guitar concert and then a meet the artist reception (and lot's of wine)
Spread the word!!!

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Ana Vidovic in Miami! This is a concert that you simply do not want to miss! Spread the word!
Tickets are already going fast...

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