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Shibe Sean © Manchester Collective Camilla Greenwell

Rising Stars: Sean Shibe, Gitarre

Thursday 5 October 2023
19:30
Schubert-Saal

 

Performers

Sean Shibe, Gitarre
für den Gemeinschaftszyklus »Rising Stars« nominiert von Barbican Centre

Programme

Johann Sebastian Bach

Präludium c-moll BWV 999 für Laute solo (1720 ca.)

Agustín Barrios-Mangoré

La catedral h-moll (1921/1939)

Heitor Villa-Lobos

Preludio Nr. 3 a-moll (Cinco preludios für Gitarre solo) (1940)

Auswahl (Douze Etudes) (1929)

Agustín Barrios-Mangoré

Julia Florida. Barcarola

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Sir Harrison Birtwistle

Guitar and white hand (2007)

Beyond the white hand. Construction with guitar player (2014)

Freya Waley-Cohen

Amulet (2021)

Thomas Adès

Forgotten Dances (UA)
Kompositionsauftrag von Barbican Centre und European Concert Hall Organisation

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Anonymus

Scott's Tune (Bearbeitung: Sean Shibe)

Note

Freie Platzwahl

Subscription series Rising Stars

Links https://seanshibe.com

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Masterful dexterity & musical diversity

»Shibe's music-making is masterful, beautiful and convincing in every way«, wrote The Times about the exceptional Scottish guitarist. What sets Sean Shibe apart, however, is not only his masterful control of his instrument and his sensitive playing, but also his great musical versatility and love of experimentation. He is interested in both acoustic and electric guitar, early and contemporary music, and is constantly searching for new ways to expand the repertoire for his instrument, for example with contemporary compositions by Daniel Kidane, David Lang, Julia Wolfe, Thomas Adès and Helen Grime. For his albums »softLOUD«, on which he combined acoustic and electric guitar as well as music from early Scottish lute manuscripts with contemporary pieces, and »Bach« with lute suites by Johann Sebastian Bach arranged for electric guitar, he received a Gramophone Award in 2019 and 2021.

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