Julie West Solicitor
Leatherhead Concert &
Isaac Manuel Francisco Albéniz y Pascual (1860-1909)
from Cantos de España Op 232 No 4 (1892)
Agustín Pío Barrios (1885-1944)
Vals in D minor Op 8 Nº 3 (1928?)
Danza Paraguaya Nº 1 Galopa (1928?)
Gerardo Guevara (b1930)
arr P Barreiro - Première Performance
Three Ecuadorean Pieces
I Mi Sanjuanito (1963)
II Despedida pasillo (1957) Farewell passage
III Apamuy Shungo (1958)
Mallorca Op 202
Manuel de Falla y Matheu (1876-1946)
La Vida Breve (1904-1905) Life is Short
from the ballet El Amor Brujo (1915)
Danza Ritual del Fuego Ritual Fire Dance
Concert duration: 40-45 minutes
It was one of the most musical musical performances of the Concerto de Aranjuez that I can remember, sensitive and transparent, seemingly effortless
Colombian born classical guitarist Francisco Correa moved to Europe to study in 2006. He graduated in
2015 from his Masters degree at the Royal Academy of Music.
A prizewinner in many classical guitar competitions, he has also been awarded the Médaille d’Or as well
as the Prix de Perfectionnement in France where Francisco studied with Judicael Perroy.
A regular recital soloist, Francisco has also performed many concertos with orchestra: most notably the
Aranjuez concerto in St Martin in the Fields; the Aranjuez concerto live on Colombian radio and television with the Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra; and in November he will perform the Latin American premiere of Steve Goss’s Guitar concerto (2012) with the Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional in Bogotá.
Alongside his solo career, Francisco is an enthusiastic chamber musician. He is currently touring the
country with his trio CarmenCo, providing the music for the new concert-play Creating Carmen, which has
received generous funding from arts council of England. Francisco also works regularly as a multi-
instrumentalist in orchestras and in particular has worked regularly with Glyndebourne Opera.
His debut CD, a collection of classical guitar music by young Colombian composers, contains many original
compositions, some dedicated to Francisco himself, and will be launched in 5 countries.
El sanjuanito ecuatoriano "Mi Sanjuanito" de Gerardo Guevara Viteri. Interpretado por el Coro Gerardo Guevara. Sábado 28
de Septiembre del 2013 Quito - Ecuador.
The Ecuadorian Sanjuanito 'My Sanjuanito' by Guevara, sung by the Coro Gerardo Guevara, Saturday,
28 Sep 2013, in Quito, Ecudaor.
Ronald Paguay plays Despedida
Gondwana Chorale performs Apamuy Shungo, a traditional Ecquadorian song arranged by Gerardo Guevara.
The Chorale is an Australian choir consisting of singers from around the country aged 17-25. The concert was filmed at Verbrugghen Hall, Conservatorium of Music, Sydney.
This concert is the culmination of a 2-week National Choral School which includes Gondwana's other choirs.
Directions to LMC
Leatherhead Methodist Church
a concert each week to the end of November