Karin Schaupp in Recital

‘Karin Schaupp’s playing is so perfect, so complete, that it seems like a miracle.’ Badische Zeitung (Germany)

In a rare solo concert, classical guitarist Karin Schaupp performs compelling narrative works and beloved musical treasures both old and new. Performed with her acclaimed emotional delivery and delicate precision, hear repertoire by Mertz, Giuliani and Regondi played on Romantic guitar and, on a modern instrument, Mary Doumany’s evocative Portraits of Four Australian Women for guitar and voice, which Mary composed especially for Karin.

Karin Schaupp is an outstanding guitarist on the international scene. In her teens she won prestigious international prizes in Italy and Spain, and is today sought after internationally as a recitalist, soloist and festival guest. She has collaborated with the world’s top performers, and in 2017 she won an Aria for her third album with singer Katie Noonan, Songs of The Latin Skies. Karin is Head of Classical Guitar at the Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University.

Program
Giulio Regondi (1823-1872) - REVERIE
Mauro Giuliani (1781-1829)- GRAND SONATA EROICA
Schubert/Mertz (1797-1828) (1806-1856) - LOB DER TRAENEN
Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806-1856)- TARANTELLE
Phillip Houghton (1954-2017) - OPHELIA -A HAUNTED SONATA
Mary Doumany (1961- ) - PORTRAITS OF FOUR AUSTRALIAN WOMEN (FOR GUITARIST/NARRATOR)
Paul Stanhope (1969- ) - DANCE FOR THE WHITE SPIRITS (DEDICATED TO KARIN SCHAUPP)

A Minor Tix - Share your musical passion with a young companion. Yarra Ranges Council encourages anyone 26 years and under to enjoy this great concert series with a FREE ticket. The secret is out… spread the word.

Montrose Town Centre
Sat 9 Nov - 8pm

Tickets
$26 Full
$22 Conc
$20 Group6+
FREE A Minor Tix Under 26yrs old

Dates:
Sat 09 Nov 2019 - 
Venue:
Montrose Town Centre
Address:
935 Mt Dandenong Tourist Rd, Montrose
Phone:
1300 368 333

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