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Music without Boundaries: Eleftheria Kotzia (guitar) - a trip to the sun

Saturday November 11, 2017 at 18:30
The Bateman Auditorium, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
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  1. 8 Epitaphs, for guitar - Mikis Theodorakis, arranged for solo guitar by Yianni Iliopoulis
    • Locks of hair
    • One day in May
    • You have set my star
    • You were standing in front of the window
  2. Walk Dance - Miroslav Tadic
  3. Suite Castileanna - Federico Moreno Torroba
  4. Göttingen - Monique Andree Serf
  5. Revoir Paris - Charles Trenet
  6. La foule - Angel Cabral
  7. Zalongo Dance Elegy - Edward McGuire
  8. Invocation and Dance (Homage to Manuel de Falla) - Joaquin Rodrigo
  9. Mallorca Op 202 - Isaac Albéniz
  10. Asturias - Isaac Albéniz
  11. Fuoco, from Libre Sonatine - Roland Dyens

Described by USA Review as doing for the Greek soul what flamenco does for the Spanish, Eleftheria Kotzia has given recitals at some of the most prestigious concert halls in the world, including the Merkin Concert Hall and the Carnegie Recital Hall (New York), the Herbst Theatre (San Francisco), The Wigmore Hall and the South Bank Centre (London), the Megaron Concert Hall (Athens), Les Halles and the Amphitheatre Richelieu in the Sorbonne (Paris), the Jubilee Hall - Raffles Hotel (Singapore), The Rudolfinum (Prague). Eleftheria has toured regularly in Europe, Canada, the United States, South America, North Africa, Australia, and N.Zealand, the Far East and has performed for various radio and TV stations (BBC, WNYC etc). She has performed both as a soloist and with orchestras at many of the great international festivals. “Kotzia reminds you of the magic of the guitar: A superb disc, neatly tying together the lyrical and the fiery.” Gramophone April 2007.“Her artistry captivated the discriminating New York audience.”Carnegie Recital Hall – Arts and Culture.

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