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Carlos Bonell
and friends

The legendary guitar virtuoso live at De Bosuil for one night only.

A magical programme including JS Bach, Armand Coek, Carlos' unique arangements of Beatles songs, Aranjuez and other Spanish and Italian Classics.

8pm
Saturday 30th September
De Bosuil
Witherendreef 1
3090 Overijse
Tel. 02 657 31 79

Live at the Bosuil - Aranjuez Mon Amour

Carlos Bonell - Guitar virtuoso, international artist, teacher, and entertainer. 4 decades as one of the instrument's all time greats. From performing the famous Concierto De Aranjuez with the Royal Philarmonic Orchestra, to his fruitfull association with Sir Paul McCartney, from his much coveted album of Queen songs arrangements, to his mastery of the classical guitar's repertoire, Carlos is acclaimed as one of the most distinctive and evocative artists of his generation.
Carlos will be playing at the Bosuil concert hall on the 30th September 2017 along with some special guests for a show that includes guitar music of diverse epochs and styles, with guest appearance of Tango duo Dante & Moniq

Biography

CARLOS BONELL has been described by Classical Guitar Magazine, UK as "one of the great communicators of the guitar world". He has recorded more than twenty albums and played in forty countries, with concert appearances ranging from intimate recitals to concertos with symphony orchestras.

His latest album Magical Mystery Guitar Tour, inspired by his association with Sir Paul McCartney, is dedicated to the music of the Beatles in Carlos' own arrangements for solo guitar. It went to number one on the UK iTunes classical album charts in May 2012.

Carlos was born in London of Spanish parents in 1949. He started to play at the age of five, learning to play Spanish folk music on the guitar from his father who was a keen amateur guitarist, while also studying the violin more formally at school. He completed his studies at the Royal College of Music with John Williams, where he was appointed the youngest ever professor at the age of 22. His solo début in 1971 was a sell-out concert at the Purcell Room in the Royal Festival Hall, London; his concerto début was with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in 1975.

...a player of superb poetic gifts

Julie Caranboso

New York Times


... his tone, his phrasing, his lyrical and passionate delivery ... a real triumph

Bryan May

Queen

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