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A Serious Tempo School For A Guitarist

Published on October 7, 2013 By admin

For two days I was asked to help my friend Maria, who runs a flamenco school in Tallinn. We have been performing together for a few years but this time she asked me to participate in her special Farruca-class to accompany her students. Usually they practise with music from CDs so it was a special […]

Celebrating Birthday with the Dance Program Live

Published on February 5, 2011 By admin

Yesterday we performed our dance program in a very-very suitable environment. It was as if the classic black box and a good sounding chamber hall had a child. In fact, it was a theatre hall built to an old bank. High ceiling, good stage, audience sitting around the stage. It was a very special show. […]

A serious tempo school for a guitarist

Published on November 7, 2010 By admin

For two days I was asked to help my friend Maria, who runs a flamenco school in Tallinn. We have been performing together for a few years but this time she asked me to participate in her special Farruca-class to accompany her students. Usually they practise with music from CDs so it was a special […]

Dance album live at Vana-Vigala manor house

Published on September 10, 2010 By admin

Vana-Vigala manor celebrated the 1st of September with a guitar and dance concert. They’ve just ended a massive renovation and the house looks prettier than ever. Estonia has plenty of manor houses but most of them are in a bad situation. But all of them have their own character and to play music in such […]

Almost Dance Album live in Haapsalu

Published on June 26, 2010 By admin

Yesterday I performed a dance program with Maria Rääk (dance, castagnets, clapping, choreography) and Reigo Ahven (cajon) at the Haapsalu Kuursaal (look at the second picture). The program was partly same as my Dance Album tracklist but we’ve taken everything non-Spanish as this show was a total Spanish romantic era program. We played: Turina Fandanguillo […]

Choice of the dances for the album

Published on February 19, 2008 By admin

There are so many dances that classical guitarists perform every day! Minuets, waltzes and mazurkas in music schools, allemandes, courantes, gigues and all Baroque dances at the academies and not to tell about the world of the Spanish music! Sometimes you don’t even realize that you are actually playing dance music! My approach to the […]