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    22 May 2015 - 1:10pm
    Vitaly Pisarenko (piano) plays Haydn and Rachmaninov
    Vitaly Pisarenko
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    On 12 April 2008, Russian pianist Vitaly Pisarenko (1987) won First Prize at the 8th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Vitaly’s packed tour schedule, with world-wide engagements until 2011, commenced straight away the morning after the Finals with an appearance at Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw with the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of Damian Iorio.

    Vitaly Pisarenko already had his first public recital at the age of 6. Following his first musical training at music schools in Kiev (with Natalia Romenskaya) and Kharkov (with Garry Gelfgat), he commenced his study in Moscow with Professor Yuri Slesarev at the Central Music School (1999-2005) and State Tchaikovsky Conservatory (from 2005 to 2010 and a postgraduate course from 2010 till July 2013) with the same teacher. From 2005 to 2009 he enrolled in a postacademic course of study at Rotterdam’s Codarts Conservatory, as a pupil of Aquiles Delle Vigne. From 2009 to 2012 Vitaly was a student of Oxana Yablonskaya at Oxana Yablonskaya Piano Institute in Italy. As of September 2012 Vitaly is a Master student at Royal College of Music in London, where he studies with Professor Dmitri Alexeev, receiving a Kenneth and Violet Scott full scholarship. That year he also entered the Piano Academy 'Incontri col Maestro' in Imola, Italy to study with Professor Boris Petrushansky.

    In 2008 after having won the Liszt Competition Vitaly Pisarenko has performed in more than 25 countries including appearances in Germany, Italy, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Switzerland, Great Britain, Norway, Lithuania, Indonesia, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, China, Japan, Mexico and the United States and performances at the Basilica Festival of Flanders, the Piano Pic Festival in France, the Berlin International Music Festival, the Delft Chamber Music Festival and the Busoni Festival in Bolzano.

    In 2009 Vitaly made an extensive tour with the North Netherlands Symphony Orchestra, performed with Polish National Philharmonic Orchestra at the Beethoven Festival in Warsaw and with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra at the Ushuaia Festival in Argentina. That same year he made an international tour with the Heath Quartet, winners of the TROMP International Music Competition and performed Rachmaninoff's Paganini Rhapsody in the reopening ceremony of De Doelen Concert Hall in Rotterdam. Furthermore he took part in the European Liszt Nights tour and performed at the Vilnius Piano Festival and in South-Africa. In 2010 Vitaly performed in Shanghai during the World EXPO and he toured with the Gelders Orkest performing Rachmaninov Concerto No. 4. In 2011 Vitaly was invited to Japan for a extensive tour with the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra performing in Tokyo Opera City, Sumida Triphony Hall, Minato-mirai hall (Yokohama) among others. In 2012 Vitaly made his debut in Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, the Musikverein, Vienna, De Singel, Antwerpen and The Palace of Arts, Budapest. As well as tour of China including performances at the NCPA in Beijing and the Shanghai Concert Hall. He also participated in the International F.Liszt Piano Academy having lessons with Elisabeth Leonskaya.

    In 2013 Vitaly will make his debut in South Korea performing at the Seoul Arts Centre with the KBS Symphony Orchestra. As well as at several prestigious festivals including the International F. Chopin Piano Festival in Duszniki (Poland), the Euro Music Festival in Halle (Germany), The Grachtenfestival (Amsterdam) and the Diaghilev Festival (St. Petersburg). Furthermore he will return to The Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and China for a number of solo recitals.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Sonata for Keyboard No 53 in E minor
    (Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
    Études-tableaux
    Sergey Rachmaninov (1873-1943)
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    27 May 2015 - 1:10pm
    Marta Kowalczyk (violin), Somi Kim (piano) play Beethoven, Penderecki, Schubert
    Marta Krystyna Kowalczyk, Somi Kim
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    Born in Poland, Marta began her violin studies at the age of 7. She graduated with a Bachelor of Music with First Class Honours from the Frederic Chopin Music University in Warsaw in 2012.

    In 2008 Marta won the Eurovision Young Musicians and represented her country at the final event in Vienna. During her studies in Warsaw she was awarded the Sinfonia Varsovia Scholarship, Special Achievement Award from Principals of all Polish Music Academies and the “Young Poland” Prize managed by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.

    Marta is also a laureate of numerous prizes at international competitions, including 1st Prize and the Special Award for the Best Artistic Personality at the International Violin Competition in Bled, Slovenia, 1st Prize at the International Violin Competition in Belgrade and 3rd Prize at the International Johannes Brahms Competition in Pörtschach, Austria.

    In recital, recent appearances include a concert for Royal Academy of Music sponsors which Marta performed on the The Viotti ex-Bruce Stradivarius Violin of 1709, 3-month tour of the USA organized by Columbia Artists Management Inc., solo appearances with Sinfonia Varsovia, Polish National Philharmonic, Kraków Philharmonic Orchestra, Sinfonia Iuventus, the Polish Radio Orchestra and many others. In January, Marta had her debut at Purcell Room with the UK premiere of Penderecki Sonata No. 2 for Violin and Piano. This concert was followed by other recitals at Lutoslawski Concert Hall in Warsaw, and concerts in Switzerland, Germany and Poland.

    Marta’s performing experience includes engagements with the Chopin and his Europe Festival in Warsaw, Salerno Music Festival, Chamber Music Festival in León, Spain, Musica di Collina Festival in Lapedona, Italy, Chopin Festival, recitals in most European countries, China, Russia and USA.

    Marta is currently studying a Master of Arts at the Royal Academy of Music with Professor György Pauk. Recently she was awarded a full scholarship from the Royal Academy of Music, the Oetker Scholarship, Stephen Bell Trust Award and the Bach Solo Violin Prize.

    Free recital (retiring collection)

    Sonata for Violin and Piano No 3 in E flat
    Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
    3 Miniatures
    Krzysztof Penderecki (1933-)
    Fantasie for Violin and Piano in C
    Franz Schubert (1797-1828)
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    29 May 2015 - 1:10pm
    The Jubilee Quartet play Haydn and Mozart
    Jubilee Quartet
    St James's Church, Piccadilly London W1J 9LL
    United Kingdom

    First prize winners of the Val Tidone International Chamber Music Competition 2010 and the St Martin’s Chamber Music Competition 2013, Second prize winners of the Karol Szymanowski International String Quartet Competition 2014, and third prize winners of the Trondheim International Chamber Music Competition 2013, the Jubilee Quartet was formed in 2006 at the Royal Academy of Music, London. They held a Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellowship at the Academy in 2012-13, the Richard Carne Junior Fellowship at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in 2013-14.

    The quartet are award winners of the Tillett Trust ‘Young Artists’ Platform’, the Park Lane Group ‘Young Artists’, the Hattori Foundation, the Worshipful Company of Musicians ‘Concordia Foundation Artists Fund’, and recipients of the Philharmonia MMSF ‘Charles Henderson Ensemble Award’, and the Eaton Square ‘St. Peter’s Prize’ 2014. In 2012 the quartet were finalists in the Joseph Joachim International Chamber Music Competition, Weimar, and in 2013, the Royal Over-Seas League.

    Their studies have been overseen by professors such as Günter Pichler, Hatto Beyerle, Thomas Brandis, Jon Thorne, Garfield Jackson, and Martin Outram, and they have participated in masterclasses by the Skampa, Wihan and Chilingirian Quartets, Miguel da Silva, and Sylvia Rosenberg. The group began their studies with Rainer Schmidt at the Musikhochschule Basel in October 2014, and this year are privileged to have the guidance of the Belcea Quartet, thanks to the support of the Belcea Charitable Trust.

    The quartet has performed widely throughout the UK; in venues such as the Wigmore Hall and the Purcell Room, and their continental tours have included a performance in the presence of the former Czech president Vaclav Havel. They also enjoy a variety of outreach work as part of the Live Music Now! scheme, and have participated in the Lake District Summer Music and St Magnus Festivals. More recently the group was selected to attend the McGill International String Quartet Academy in Montreal, Canada.

    Future engagements include concerts around the UK, in Vienna and Italy.

    The Jubilee Quartet would like to thank the Mears/Speers family for their generous support.

    Free recital (retiring collection).

    String Quartet in B minor
    (Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732-1809)
    String Quartet No 22 in B flat
    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
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    22 May 2015 - 7:30pm
    English Music Festival:BBC Concert Orchestra -Butterworth Vaughan Williams Finzi
    BBC Concert Orchestra, Martin Yates, Raphael Wallfisch
    Dorchester Abbey Dorchester-on-Thames OX10 7HN
    United Kingdom

    The ninth English Music Festival will be launched by the BBC Concert Orchestra under conductor Martin Yates on Friday 22nd May 2015 at Dorchester Abbey, Oxfordshire, with the UK première of the overture ‘The New Age’ by Richard Arnell. The programme also includes the early ‘Bucolic Suite’ by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Finzi’s Cello Concerto with soloist Raphael Wallfisch. A lost work by George Butterworth, his ‘Fantasia for Orchestra’, has been completed and orchestrated by Martin Yates and will be given its world première performance. The concert is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3.

    On Saturday 23rd May, the fine British duo, violinist Rupert Marshall-Luck and pianist Matthew Rickard, will perform a programme of violin sonatas by Frederick Septimus Kelly, Stephen Matthews, and Hubert Parry, in Dorchester Abbey.

    The afternoon concert transfers to Radley College, where Peter Cigleris and Martin Cousin will perform a programme of music for clarinet and piano by Dunhill, Hurlstone, Stanford, Vaughan Williams, amongst others.

    The same evening, the Elysian Singers will perform an evocative celebration of 20th century English choral music including works by Howells, Finzi, Naylor, Bantock, Harris and Walton, in a programme entitled ‘The House of the Mind’ in Dorchester Abbey.

    Following this, contemporary composer and pianist, Lionel Sainsbury, will host his own late-evening showcase where he will introduce and perform some of his own easily accessible and popular works which feature on his forthcoming CD, ‘Andalusian Fantasy’.

    At Radley College on Sunday 24th May, The Villiers Quartet, who recently received glowing reviews for their recording of quartets by Robert Still on the Naxos label, will perform a themed programme revolving around the year 1916, to include works by William Sterndale Bennett, Butterworth and Delius.

    Always a popular venue, the Festival transfers to the idyllic surroundings of Sutton Courtenay Church for Sunday’s afternoon concert where The Albion Singers are to perform a glorious programme dedicated to the exploration of the songs of the British Isles including popular favourites such as ‘Greensleeves’, ‘Danny Boy’, and ‘The Skye Boat Song’.

    Regular visitors to the Festival, the Orchestra of St Paul’s under their conductor Ben Palmer, will perform three works entitled ‘Nonet’ by Stanford, Bax and Coleridge-Taylor, and Britten’s Sinfonietta in Dorchester Abbey the same evening.

    Following this, the New Foxtrot Serenaders make a welcome return to the Festival with a late-evening programme entitled ‘When they sound the last all-clear: The British wartime popular song’, where audience participation is welcome.

    Monday 25th May, by way of contrast, will find early music group, Horologe in Dorchester Abbey to perform instrumental music and tales of love and abandonment from 18th century Britain for voice, harpsichord and viola da gamba in a programme entitled '101 Liaisons'.

    Peter Fisher’s versatile Chamber Ensemble of London will be visiting the Festival at Radley College, following their successful recording on EM Records entitled ‘Over Hill, Over Dale’, to bring a delightful programme of pieces by favourite composers including Ireland, Purcell, Delius, Arne and Britten, as well as some more unusual works.

    The final concert in Dorchester Abbey will welcome Symphonia Academica, Bedfordshire's leading Chamber Orchestra, in a programme to include works by Boughton, Milford, Finzi and Holst together with Butterworth’s songs from ‘A Shropshire Lad’, sung by popular baritone, Roderick Williams, reprising his well-received performance of this work at last year’s BBC ‘Proms’.

    A number of informative talks complete the programme. A convenient mini-bus transfer is available to/from Didcot station, Dorchester-on-Thames and other Festival venues.

    Tickets are available now via the website, and on the door subject to availability. For further information and to see the full programme, visit: www.englishmusicfestival.org.uk

    Jerusalem
    Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848-1918)
    Overture, The New Age (UK première performance)
    Richard Arnell (1917-)
    Bucolic Suite
    Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
    Fantasia for Orchestra (world première performance)
    George Butterworth (1885-1916)
    Concerto for Cello and Orchestra in A minor
    Gerald Finzi (1901-1956)
    English Suite No 3
    Havergal Brian (1876-1972)
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    30 May 2015 - 7:45pm
    Sinfonia Cymru and Rachel Podger
    Rachel Podger, Sinfonia Cymru
    Dora Stoutzker Hall, Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Cardiff CF10 3ER
    United Kingdom

    Sinfonia Cymru's first all-baroque concert; and who better to lead it than the outstanding champion of period music, Rachel Podger.

    She’s put together a programme that showcases the period and its many guises, from dazzling flamboyance to disarming simplicity. Bach’s Air on the G String, the second movement of his Suite No 3 is a textbook example of measured restraint, whilst Vivaldi’s L’Estro Armonico is an intoxicating flurry of rhythmic drive.

    Although less known today, Purcell, Fux and Telemann enjoyed significant celebrity status back then. Purcell’s music for The Fairy Queen was a huge hit, as was Fux’s book on counterpoint – the must-read for composers of the 18th Century. Telemann was the most successful composer in Germany, far outstripping the popularity stakes compared to his friend and contemporary Bach.

    Join us as we explore one of the richest and liveliest chapters in music history.

    Our first all-baroque concert; and who better to lead it than the outstanding champion of period music, Rachel Podger.

    She’s put together a programme that showcases the period and its many guises, from dazzling flamboyance to disarming simplicity. Bach’s Air on the G String, the second movement of his Suite No 3 is a textbook example of measured restraint, whilst Vivaldi’s L’Estro Armonico is an intoxicating flurry of rhythmic drive.

    Although less known today, Purcell, Fux and Telemann enjoyed significant celebrity status back then. Purcell’s music for The Fairy Queen was a huge hit, as was Fux’s book on counterpoint – the must-read for composers of the 18th Century. Telemann was the most successful composer in Germany, far outstripping the popularity stakes compared to his friend and contemporary Bach.

    Join us as we explore one of the richest and liveliest chapters in music history.

    Orchestral Suite No 3 in D
    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    Suite from The Fairy Queen
    Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
    Concerto for violin and strings in A minor
    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    Ouverture in G minor
    Johann Joseph Fux (1660-1741)
    Concerto for trumpet, violin, 2 oboes, strings and continuo in D
    Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
    Concerto Grosso No 10 in B minor, from 'L'Estro Armonico'
    Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
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    31 May 2015 - 3:00pm
    Sinfonia Cymru and Rachel Podger
    Rachel Podger, Sinfonia Cymru
    The Riverfront Newport NP20 1HG
    United Kingdom

    Sinfonia Cymru's first all-baroque concert; and who better to lead it than the outstanding champion of period music, Rachel Podger.

    She’s put together a programme that showcases the period and its many guises, from dazzling flamboyance to disarming simplicity. Bach’s Air on the G String, the second movement of his Suite No 3 is a textbook example of measured restraint, whilst Vivaldi’s L’Estro Armonico is an intoxicating flurry of rhythmic drive.

    Although less known today, Purcell, Fux and Telemann enjoyed significant celebrity status back then. Purcell’s music for The Fairy Queen was a huge hit, as was Fux’s book on counterpoint – the must-read for composers of the 18th Century. Telemann was the most successful composer in Germany, far outstripping the popularity stakes compared to his friend and contemporary Bach.

    Join us as we explore one of the richest and liveliest chapters in music history.

    Orchestral Suite No 3 in D
    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    Suite from The Fairy Queen
    Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
    Concerto for violin and strings in A minor
    Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750)
    Ouverture in G minor
    Johann Joseph Fux (1660-1741)
    Concerto for trumpet, violin, 2 oboes, strings and continuo in D
    Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767)
    Concerto Grosso No 10 in B minor, from 'L'Estro Armonico'
    Antonio Vivaldi (1678-1741)
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    22 May 2015 - 7:30pm
    Frank Lloyd (horn) and Maxim Shamo (piano)
    Frank Lloyd, Maxim Shamo
    St John's Kirk Perth PH1 5SZ
    United Kingdom
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    23 May 2015 - 2:15pm
    English Music Festival: Peter Cigleris (clarinet) and Martin Cousin (piano)
    Martin Cousin, Peter Cigleris
    Silk Hall, Radley College Abingdon OX14 2HR
    United Kingdom

    The ninth English Music Festival will be launched by the BBC Concert Orchestra under conductor Martin Yates on Friday 22nd May 2015 at Dorchester Abbey, Oxfordshire, with the UK première of the overture ‘The New Age’ by Richard Arnell.

    The programme also includes the early ‘Bucolic Suite’ by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Finzi’s Cello Concerto with soloist Raphael Wallfisch. A lost work by George Butterworth, his ‘Fantasia for Orchestra’, has been completed and orchestrated by Martin Yates and will be given its world première performance. The concert is to be broadcast on BBC Radio 3. On Saturday 23rd May, the fine British duo, violinist Rupert Marshall-Luck and pianist Matthew Rickard, will perform a programme of violin sonatas by Frederick Septimus Kelly, Stephen Matthews, and Hubert Parry, in Dorchester Abbey.

    The afternoon concert transfers to Radley College, where Peter Cigleris and Martin Cousin will perform a programme of music for clarinet and piano by Dunhill, Hurlstone, Stanford, Vaughan Williams, amongst others.

    The same evening, the Elysian Singers will perform an evocative celebration of 20th century English choral music including works by Howells, Finzi, Naylor, Bantock, Harris and Walton, in a programme entitled ‘The House of the Mind’ in Dorchester Abbey. Following this, contemporary composer and pianist, Lionel Sainsbury, will host his own late-evening showcase where he will introduce and perform some of his own easily accessible and popular works which feature on his forthcoming CD, ‘Andalusian Fantasy’.

    At Radley College on Sunday 24th May, The Villiers Quartet, who recently received glowing reviews for their recording of quartets by Robert Still on the Naxos label, will perform a themed programme revolving around the year 1916, to include works by William Sterndale Bennett, Butterworth and Delius.

    Always a popular venue, the Festival transfers to the idyllic surroundings of Sutton Courtenay Church for Sunday’s afternoon concert where The Albion Singers are to perform a glorious programme dedicated to the exploration of the songs of the British Isles including popular favourites such as ‘Greensleeves’, ‘Danny Boy’, and ‘The Skye Boat Song’.

    Regular visitors to the Festival, the Orchestra of St Paul’s under their conductor Ben Palmer, will perform three works entitled ‘Nonet’ by Stanford, Bax and Coleridge-Taylor, and Britten’s Sinfonietta in Dorchester Abbey the same evening. Following this, the New Foxtrot Serenaders make a welcome return to the Festival with a late-evening programme entitled ‘When they sound the last all-clear: The British wartime popular song’, where audience participation is welcome.

    Monday 25th May, by way of contrast, will find early music group, Horologe in Dorchester Abbey to perform instrumental music and tales of love and abandonment from 18th century Britain for voice, harpsichord and viola da gamba in a programme entitled '101 Liaisons'. Peter Fisher’s versatile Chamber Ensemble of London will be visiting the Festival at Radley College, following their successful recording on EM Records entitled ‘Over Hill, Over Dale’, to bring a delightful programme of pieces by favourite composers including Ireland, Purcell, Delius, Arne and Britten, as well as some more unusual works.

    The final concert in Dorchester Abbey will welcome Symphonia Academica, Bedfordshire's leading Chamber Orchestra, in a programme to include works by Boughton, Milford, Finzi and Holst together with Butterworth’s songs from ‘A Shropshire Lad’, sung by popular baritone, Roderick Williams, reprising his well-received performance of this work at last year’s BBC ‘Proms’. A number of informative talks complete the programme.

    A convenient mini-bus transfer is available to/from Didcot station, Dorchester-on-Thames and other Festival venues. Tickets are available now via the website, and on the door subject to availability. For further information and to see the full programme, visit: www.englishmusicfestival.org.uk

    Sonata for clarinet and piano
    Sir Donald Francis Tovey (1875-1940)
    Romance in F
    Sir Edward German (1862-1936)
    Phantasy Suite
    Thomas Dunhill (1877-1946)
    4 Characteristic Pieces for Clarinet and Piano
    William Hurlstone (1876-1906)
    3 Intermezzi
    Sir Charles Villiers Stanford (1852-1924)
    6 Studies in English Folk Song
    Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958)
    Sonata for clarinet and piano
    Charles O'Brien ()
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    23 May 2015 - 7:30pm
    Cambridge Philharmonic | The Ring
    The Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra, Timothy Redmond
    West Road Concert Hall Cambridge CB3 9DP
    United Kingdom

    Wagner’s four-opera Ring Cycle (Das Rhinegold, Die Walküre, Siegfried and Götterdämmerung) is one of the most extraordinary works ever conceived. Contained in the four operas is a wealth of orchestral music unrivalled in its power, beauty and sheer brilliance. From Ride of the Valkyries to Siegfried’s Rhine Journey, Wagner’s distinctive sound has inspired countless composers and has influenced the history of music. Woven together by Dutch composer Henk de Vlieger into one mighty work, The Ring: An Orchestral Adventure features the vast orchestra you’d expect – including nine horns, four Wagner tubas, two harps and three anvils! The concert begins with music from composers who preceded and followed Wagner – Mendelsson’s Hebrides Overture is much more than a musical postcard of his trip to Scotland – and Debussy’s hazy, sensual daydream opens in a cloud of Wagner-inspired harmony.

    The Hebrides Overture
    Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)
    Prélude à l'après-midi d'un faune
    Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
    The Ring, an Orchestral Adventure
    Richard Wagner (1813-1883)
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    30 May 2015 - 4:00pm
    Bossa Tango - A Latin American piano recital
    Johan de Cock
    Friends Meeting House Brighton BN1 1AF
    United Kingdom

    Brighton-based pianist, Johan de Cock, returns to Brighton Fringe with an exciting new programme of Latin American milongas, tangos, waltzes, bossa novas and other dances. The concert, which will last about an hour, includes popular works by Carlos Gardel, Astor Piazzolla, Ernesto Nazareth, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Antonio Carlos Jobim, as well as new works by Juan María Solare.

    El día que me quieras
    Carlos Gardel (1890-1935)
    Oblivion
    Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
    Licha
    Juan Maria Solare (1966-)
    A rolete
    Juan Maria Solare (1966-)
    Premonición
    Juan Maria Solare (1966-)
    Brejeiro
    Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934)
    Apanhei-te, Cavaquinho
    Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934)
    Odeon
    Ernesto Nazareth (1863-1934)
    Valsa da dor
    Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
    Wave
    Antonio Carlos Jobim (1927-1994)
    La muerte del ángel
    Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
    Invierno porteño
    Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992)
    Sus ojos se cerraron
    Carlos Gardel (1890-1935)
    Volver
    Carlos Gardel (1890-1935)
    Por una cabeza
    Carlos Gardel (1890-1935)
    The Man I Love (arr. J. de Cock)
    George Gershwin (1898-1937)
    Waltz for Carlos
    Johan de Cock (1975-)
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