This is a Groupmuse Virtual Premiere
An online debut of exceptionally crafted pre-recorded content, coupled with musician + audience videochat.
GIUSEPPE ZANGARI: Classical Guitar Concert. RC Strings Artists Guitar Concert Series
Sun, June 19, 2022 11:00 PM, CEST
- 59 of 100 spots still available
- No COVID-19 restrictions
- Bring your own drinks
- No bathroom at this event
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We are pleased to present eminent concert guitarists from all over the world as RC Strings Artists. We have created the “RC Strings Guitar Concert Series”. They are Premiere concerts especially prepared for RC Strings.
The response has been excellent, with more than 12 concerts presented and 12 more in the coming months.
To Attend: Click on https://www.groupmuse.com/rcstrings then “Join the Concert”.
You are welcome to join the post-concert zoom meeting with the artist and other attendees to speak about the program, guitars, strings and chat with other guitar lovers.
We hope you enjoy the “RC Strings Artist” concert and look forward to seeing you soon.
Born in Sydney, Giuseppe Zangari received his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees in performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, studying under the distinguished pedagogue, Gregory Pikler.His pre-tertiary guitar studies were with guitarist and composer Ngoc-Tuan Hoang. Giuseppe was awarded an Australia Council Grant and a scholarship from the Italian Government which saw him head abroad to Milan in 2006. There Giuseppe undertook further studies with Duo Maccari-Pugliese at the Accademia InternazionaledellaMusica, and Paolo Cherici at the Conservatorio di Musica"Giuseppe Verdi".
Between 2003 and 2015, Giuseppe was a teacher and lecturer at the Newcastle Conservatorium, University of Newcastle, and more recently has taught at the Sydney Conservatorium, University of Sydney. His duties have also included direction and tutoring of guitar ensembles in the chamber music program. At the Newcastle Conservatorium Giuseppe assisted in the development of a new guitar syllabus with colleagues. In addition to Giuseppe’s University teaching activities, he is also a guitar examiner for the Australian Music Examinations Board (A.M.E.B.).
Giuseppe has a deep interest in the research and performance of the nineteenth century Italian composer, Mauro Giuliani. Giuseppe’s research specifically looks at instrumental music created from popular operas of the nineteenth century. Giuseppe also has an interest in the advancement and development of contemporary Australian compositions. He has performed in premieres of solo and chamber works by Australian composers including Rosalind Carlson, Andrew Chubb, Nigel Butterley, Stephen Lalor, Christopher Keane, Christopher Sainsbury, Alison Skarratt, Clive Lane and Jim Chapman.
As a soloist and chamber musician, Giuseppe has given live broadcasts for ABC Classic FM through the 'Young Australia Series' and ‘Sunday Live’, 2MBS FM and 2NUR FM. He has also performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician at a variety of festivals and concerts throughout Australia. His concert tours have included New Caledonia with celebrated Australian pianist Simon Tedeschi, an Australian concert tour with noted French guitarist Rafael Andia in the Alhambra Guitar Quartet and in 2014, an extensive concert tour of Sweden with flautist Sally Walker and the Haga Duo (Sweden).
Giuseppe’s most recent chamber collaborations include, internationally acclaimed flautist Jane Rutter, baritone Jose Carbo, violinists Goetz Richter and Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich, mezzo-soprano Jenny Duck-Chongand conductor Sarah-Grace Williams. Giuseppe has recently worked with several orchestras, including the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, The Metropolitan Orchestra (TMO), Orchestra Nova, Central Coast Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Classical Guitar Society Orchestra, as well as working with the Concertante Ensemble, Christ Church Camerata, Halcyon Ensemble and the vocal quartet Waxing Lyrical. Giuseppe has been guest tutor at the Adelaide International Guitar Festival Winter School and the Classical Guitar Society Summer School for several years.
Giuseppe has a keen interest in developing young guitarists to realise their full potential through comprehensive instruction in a fun and enthusiastic learning environment.Giuseppe is Principal of Sydney Guitar School, with locations in the Sydney Inner West suburb of Five Dock, North Shore suburb of Kirribilli and the Sydney CBD. Further info on Sydney Guitar School can be found at www.sydneyguitarschool.com.au
Giuseppe Zangari is a proud RC Strings Concert Artist.
“This guitar virtuoso’s excellent control and extensive arsenal of nuance immediately created a precious intimacy… confirmed this guitarist to be a treasured exponent of the instrument currently teaching and performing in this country.” - Paul Nolan, Sydney Arts Guide
"An emerging national talent" - The Herald
What's the music?
Giuseppe Zangari (b. 1981)
Two Venezuelan Waltzes:
Antonio Lauro (1917 - 1986)
Belliniana No 1, Opus 2
Emilia Giuliani-Guglielmi (1813 - 1850)
When Days Were Amber
Andrew Chub (b. 1975)
Popular Songs and Dances from Spain and Latin-America: The Habanera, Tango and Milonga
Recuerdos de la Pampa (Milonga)
Anibal Arias (1922 - 2010)
Sebastián Iradier (1809 - 1865)
Ángel Villoldo (1861 - 1919)
Gerardo Matos Rodríguez (1897 - 1948)
Stanley Myers (1930 - 1993)