The music of the twentieth century, played by Antonio Salguero’s clarinet and Pedro Gavilán’s piano is expected for this Saturday at the Alameda theater. From 20:30h, the public can enjoy “Paris, Buenos Aires. A trip back. ” A whole repertoire of the most contemporary classicism.
Two exceptional interpreters come together to recreate the authors of the twentieth century. Pedro Gavilán from Cordova, professor of piano and repertory professor at the Victoria Eugenia Superior Conservatory in Granada, and Antonio Salguero, a professor at the Royal Northem College of Music in Manchester, add virtues to an event that reaches Tarifa this January 26.
The municipal area of Culture of the City Council brings to the Alameda the assembly “Paris. Buenos Aires, A trip bacjk “, a repertoire that shows the mutual influence of French composers (Claude Debussy, Francis J.M Poulenc) and Argentines (Carlos Gustavino, Nino Rota).
Admission to the concert will cost 3€.