#GUITARMAGFEST 2.0. Stars of classical guitar
Running time:
1 part by 75 minutes; 2 part by 55 minutes
24 May 2021 Monday 19.00 Chamber hall
19.00 Chamber hall

Stars of classical guitar

The concert was postponed from 22 September 2020
Tickets for 25 May and 22 September 2020 are valid.

Soloists:Evgeny Finkelstein, classical guitar
Rovshan Mamedkuliev, classical guitar

Guitar duo Kupinski Guitar Duo (Poland)
Lute duo Canto Vivo

Moscow Guitar Trio

Russian Guitar Quartet / RGQ
Frauchi Guitar Quartet / FGQ

Two years ago, in March 2018, a unique gala concert #GUITARMAGFEST dedicated to the 10th anniversary of Guitar Magazine took place: classical guitar stars performed at the Moscow House of Composers.

As the index 2.0 testifies, the current event is a significantly expanded and updated version of this holiday by the performers - the anthem to the world-beloved instrument.

The architecture of the first evening is as follows: two soloists, two duets, two trios and two quartets will perform.

Rovshan Mamedkuliev is a laureate of more than 25 international and all-Russian competitions. It was his victory at one of the most prestigious classical guitar competitions - the Guitar Foundation of America, USA - that brought him wide international fame and recognition.

Evgeny Finkelstein is called "the sun of the Russian guitar". In addition to performing and teaching, he is the author of the idea of ​​video broadcasts of guitar concerts "Guitar Magazine", artistic director of the festivals "Guitar of Many Faces" and "Guitar. From classic to rock. "

Kupinski Guitar Duo (Poland) - Eva and Dariusz Kupinski - studied at the Berlin University of Arts and the Higher School of Music in Weimar, and then in graduate school at the Academy of Music in Katowice and as soloists became laureates of many leading world competitions. Their popularity across Europe began to skyrocket after the duo's debut disc was released in 2011.

Moscow Guitar Trio - Dmitry Borodaev, Roman Zorkin, Victoria Naletova

Dmitry Borodaev is not only a guitarist, but also a composer, laureate of competitions in both specialties. At the Moscow Conservatory, he teaches a course of lectures on instrumentation, which for the first time included lectures on the history of the classical guitar. Victoria Naletova - a graduate of the class of N.A. Ivanova-Kramskoy at the school at the Moscow Conservatory. P.I. Tchaikovsky, and the class of E.Yu. Finkelstein at the Maimonides State Classical Academy. Roman Zorkin performs classical music, modern music, Russian romances, masters specific techniques of Brazilian folk music and Argentine tango, jazz improvisation.

Members of the Russian Guitar Quartet (RGQ) - Yuri Aleshnikov, Natalia Rodionova, Vladimir Ivannikov and Anna Inozemtseva - have won a total of more than fifty awards at world competitions and festivals. The quartet's concert programs take listeners to different countries and eras: from the music of Luigi Boccherini, Isaac Albeniz and Pyotr Tchaikovsky to contemporary works by Karl Jenkins, Pyotr Polukhin, Leo Brouwer, Giorgio Tortora and Sting.