ARIA award winning classical guitarist Slava Grigoryan, and internationally heralded pianist Konstantin Shamray join the Australian String Quartet for one evening.
On Friday 19 January, the star-studded walkway overlooking the River Torrens and connecting Adelaide Festival Centre venues was launched to the world, featuring more than 130 names.
Wine, music, food. Considered by ancient civilizations the height of sophistication and culture. And on our doorstep as Sidewood, Maximilians and the Adelaide Guitar Festival team up this August.
Adelaide International Guitar Festival announces two new international acts, unveils young South Australian talent and lifts the lid on an amazing late-night line up to complete the full program for this year’s jam-packed event
ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES THREE NEW CLASSICAL SHOWS FOR 2014 AND THE FINALISTS FOR THE CLASSICAL GUITAR COMPETITION Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan today announced three diverse and exciting new shows for this year’s Adelaide International Guitar Festival (AIGF) from July 17-20, 2014, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre.
After its outstanding success in 2012, the International Classical Guitar Competition again invites emerging players to compete for a share of $32,000 in prizes, making it one of the most prestigious guitar competitions in the world. The competition winner will also be invited to perform in the 2016 Adelaide International Guitar Festival. The competition […]
This was a perfect start to a Sunday afternoon, filled with glorious music played by some of the world’s finest musicians.
This was a great start to the Adelaide International Guitar Festival, and there is so much more to come.
This merging of traditional Japanese Noh performance with western and indigenous Australian influences, along with a mix of music from both Japanese and Australian cultures, resulted in an enormously varied concert.
Adelaide Festival Centre CEO and Artistic Director, Douglas Gautier has announced Slava Grigoryan as the Artistic Director for the Festival Centre’s 2012 Adelaide International Guitar Festival which will be held from 9-12 August, 2012.
First up on Stage 1 was the Creole Choir of Cuba with some energetic dancing and wonderful vocals in a call and response form.
This could not possibly have been anything but a sell out performance with the line-up of guitarists listed to play for this Grand Finale to the Festival.
Once again, this was a double bill, with Manuel Barrueco for the first half and Yamandú Costa after the interval. These ‘two for the price of one’ concerts, with related but contrasting performances, were a great idea and definitely proved very popular with patrons.
Presented by the Adelaide Festival Centre the 2010 Adelaide International Guitar Festival will run over four days from 25 – 28 November. This Festival is a celebration of the world’s most popular instrument, bringing together some of the best guitarists from around Australia and the world, with artists crossing a range of genres and showcasing their skill, musicianship and creativity.