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    REENCUENTROS - Spanish Guitar

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    Join Andrea for a heartfelt gathering of memories and melodies, old and new.

    Celebrating the release of her latest CD, REENCUENTROS, this is where old world charm meets contemporary mastery.

    "The female voice of the Spanish guitar" - Opera World Magazine

    Recognised globally as the youngest winner of the prestigious "XIII Alhambra International Guitar Competition" and the "XL International Competition F. Sor", Andreas virtuosity has enchanted audiences across the globe, including the National Auditorium in Madrid and King's Cross in London.


    Andrea kicks off the evening with R. Sainz de la Maza’s vibrant “Rondeña,” igniting the stage with passion. This fervor naturally transitions into the evocative melodies of Isaac Albéniz. Each piece, from the haunting “Granada” to the lively beats of “Sevilla,” paints a vivid picture, drawing you into the heart of Spain.

    As the atmosphere thickens, the haunting beauty of Francisco Tárrega’s “Recuerdos de la Alhambra” emerges, demonstrating Andrea’s refined touch and mastery. It’s a performance that resonates, echoing the grandeur of the Alhambra palace.

    The evening then takes a soulful turn with López-Quiroga’s romantic compositions, arranged meticulously by Trepat. These are stories of love and longing, told with a depth that only the guitar can convey.

    And just when you think the crescendo is reached, M. De Falla enters the scene. His “Pantomima” is a revelation, and the “Danza del Molinero” and “Danza Española ‘La vida breve'” are nothing short of show-stoppers — pieces that not only display skill but also capture the soul.

    This is more than a concert; it’s a heartfelt gathering of memories and melodies, old and new. Seats are limited, and demand is high. Join Andrea in this poignant musical reunion, and let the strings of her guitar reconnect you with the soul of Spanish music. You won’t just hear the music; you’ll feel it.

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