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Nicholas Young and Matthew Fagan return Nov 17th and 20th


BATEHAVEN

Sunday 17th November 3.00pm (Doors open 2.30pm)

St Bernard’s Catholic Church

2 David Avenue, Batehaven NSW 2536

Tickets:

Presales: Adult: $30, Concession & South Coast Music Society members: $25

School Students Free

Door sales: Extra $5 per ticket SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

Book Today:

Online: https://www.southcoasttickets.com.au/events/tangobatehaven

Additional transaction fee applies

Phone: Kellie 0438 881 985 (Credit/Cheque/Direct deposit)

DOOR SALES: Extra $5 per ticket SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

Join us for refreshments at interval for Gold Coin Donation

NAROOMA

Wednesday 20th November, 7.30 pm (Doors open 7.00pm)

St Paul's Anglican Church

11 Tilba St. Narooma, NSW, 2546

Tickets:

Presales: Adult: $30, Concession: $25, School Students Free

Door Sales: Extra $5 per ticket SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

Book Today:

Online: https://www.southcoasttickets.com.au/events/tangonarooma

Additional transaction fee applies

Phone: Kellie 0438 881 985 (Credit/Cheque/Direct deposit)

DOOR SALES SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY

Join in for refreshments at interval with a Gold Coin Donation

Internationally acclaimed, Award Winning concert pianist & ‘Young Steinway Artist’ Nicholas Young & Renowned 10 String Spanish Classical Guitarist Matthew Fagan return with a new program featuring Spanish classical to flamenco, Tango and modern jazz.

Continuing their ground-breaking 2018 tour collaborations including SOLD OUT shows at the Sydney Opera House and Wesley Music Centre in Canberra combining musical passion and virtuosity  to celebrate the Spirit of Spain, El Vito and Tango.

The duo perform Spanish repertoire from classical to flamenco, plus the colourful and rhythmic sounds of Tango, South American Classical and Latin masterpieces and modern jazz infusing the exhilarating traditional flamenco elements of Spanish Guitar with the classical, virtuoso pianism.   

The duo transform masterpieces by Joaquin Rodrigo, Isaac Albeniz, Manuel de Falla, Enrique Granados,  Astor Piazzolla, Chick Correa, Maurice Ravel and more into stunning new arrangements.

JOSÉ DE ASPIAZU  El Vito

CHICK COREA      Spain

MAURICE RAVEL     Alborada del gracioso (from Miroirs) 

TRADITIONAL SOUTH AMERICAN WALTZES arr. M Fagan  

ISAAC ALBENIZ               Asturias (Leyenda) 

ISAAC ALBENIZ    Tango 

ENRIQUE GRANADOS   Danza española Nr. 2 ‘Oriental’

ASTOR PIAZZOLLA Tango No. 1  (from Tango Suite)

ASTOR PIAZZOLLA   Libertango 

Video: De Falla - Danse Espagnole 


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