Our privacy policy was last updated on Friday 31 January 2020View it hereDismiss
pbl
Sign in
Bachtrack logo
Home
What's on
Reviews
Articles
Video
Site
EventsReviewsArticlesVideo

Instrument: Guitar

© David Karlin
Guitar collection at the Museu de la Musica
May 2021
MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
26272829300102
03040506070809
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31010203040506
Evening performance
Matinee performance
Articles
Upcoming eventsSee more...

DresdenClassical Beats: Tom Schilling & The Jazz Kids »Neue Lieder über die Liebe und den Tod« - Neuer Termin in Planung

Schilling, Tom: »Neue Lieder über die Liebe und den Tod«
Tom Schilling; Unknown

DresdenNoa »Letters to Bach« und »Best of Noa« - Neuer Termin in Planung

Unknown; Gil Dor; Hila Karni

LondonSean Shibe performs Rodrigo

Mendelssohn, Rodrigo, Mozart
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; Chloé van Soeterstède; Sean Shibe

LondonTom Kerstens’ G Plus Ensemble and La Leona, women and the guitar: IGF Guitar Summit

Keting, Brouwer, Snowden, Meredith, Richter, Talbot
Laura Snowden; Eleanor Kelly; Tom Kerstens' G Plus Ensemble

LondonGeorge Tarlton - The Big Summer Night of the Guitar: IGF Guitar Summit

Snowden
George Tarlton, Guitar
Latest reviewsSee more...

Verklärte Nacht stars in ACO’s concert return

Concert life returns to Sydney with a programme of Mendelssohn and Schoenberg by the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
*****
Read more

ICE shows a new and exciting side of Dai Fujikura at Miller Theatre

Building on 15 years of collaboration with the ensemble, Gilded Wings (for two clarinets and strings) revealed a new maturity in Fujikura's always enjoyable music.
*****
Read more

A Britten and Dowland winter warmer from Allan Clayton and friends

The tenor man told Thomas Hardy’s familiar verses with such probing honesty that I heard newness in all of them.
*****
Read more

Pepe Romero highlights Cleveland Orchestra’s mostly Spanish program

Thierry Fischer led The Cleveland Orchestra in works of Bizet and Debussy flanking Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez with Pepe Romero.
***11
Read more

Japan Philharmonic sounds world class under Inkinen

I’ve heard the Japan Philharmonic on several occasions in the past, but this was the first time with Inkinen, and the difference was startling. In previous encounters with this orchestra I noted a rather bright, at times even glaring sound. No longer. Inkinen has instilled instead a generously warm, even, glowing sonority and depth of sound that one hears in Europe’s finest ensembles.

****1
Read more