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Set List / Repertoire
Iberian Guitars repertoire is an amalgamation of Jazz, Classical, flamenco and world influence Music. Including works such as:
Asturias Isaac Albéniz
Mediterranean Sundance Al di Meola
Entre Dos Aguas Paco de Lucia
Tico-Tico Zequinha Abreu
Recuerdos de la Alhambra Francisco Tárrega
Zorba the Greek Mikis Theodorakis
Libertango Astor Piazzolla
Czardas Vittorio Monti
Aranjuez Joaquín Rodrigo
Tamacun Rodrigo and Gabriela
Oblivion Astor Piazzolla
Cavatina Stanley Myers
La Vida Breve Manuel de Falla
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Default lineup: 2 members
Duo: 2 x Acoustic Guitars.
* Professionally trained guitar duo!
* Specialisig in Spanish and South American repertoire!
* Studied at the Paris Conservatory, Purcell's School of Music, The Royal Northern College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Iberian Guitars features classical guitarists William Cashel and Benjamin Bruant who met in 2011 in London. Their shared passion for the guitar and more specifically for the Spanish and south American repertoire contributes to the formation of the duo. William Cashel and Benjamin Bruant have played the guitar since childhood and studied individually and as a guitar duo in the Paris conservatory, Purcell school of Music Manchester Royal Northern College of Music and at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
The duo’s repertoire spans from Albeniz to Rodrigo and Gabriela with a detour in Piazzolla’s tango music. One of the priorities of the duo is to share their passion with an audience unfamiliar with classical guitar. As a result, Iberian Guitars has been performing in venues which are new to classical music and participate in projects such as the Classical revolution and annually performing at the fringe festival in Edinburgh. Through their choice of repertoires and their eclectic technique, Iberian Guitars brings you to a journey across time, all over the Spanish and South American landscape.