Classical Guitar Recital | Santanu Datta | October 15th at 6 Assagao and October 17th, 2018 at The Mandrem House, 7.30 pm

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Recital I {15th October, Monday, at 6 Assagao 7.30-10 pm}
Title: THE LATIN GUITAR

Description: Guitar music from Spain and Latin America. The programme will include works by Albéniz, Barrios, Villa-Lobos, Brouwer and others. | Duration: 90 minutes

Recital II {17th October at The Mandrem House 7.30-10 pm}
Title: GUITAR MUSIC THROUGH THE AGES

Description : From Sixteenth Century English Lute music to contemporary Classical Guitar works. The programme will include works by J S Bach, Fernando Sor, Augustin Barrios, Joaquin Turina and others. | Duration: 90 minutes

Bio:
Composer & classical guitarist Santanu Datta is an alumni of the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris (2011-2016, Diplôme Supérieur) where he studied composition, writing and aesthetics, orchestration and analysis with distinguished musicians like Edith Lejet, Stéphane Delplace, Anthony Girard, Narcis Bonet and others.

Santanu studied the classical guitar and historical performance practices with French lutist and guitarist François Martin and received DEM, FTCL and LRSM in guitar performance. A graduate of the IIT Kharagpur (2011), Santanu has performed widely in India and France as a soloist. He has received several scholarships for his studies and his compositions have been performed by musicians from all over the world.

Food and beverages will be available in venue. Request patrons for donations of Rs 200/- and upwards for sustaining these events. https://www.facebook.com/events/2147134338841578/

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