Award-Winning Classical Guitarist Gabriel Bianco in Concert
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The last date listed for Gabriel Bianco was Saturday February 13, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Get swept away with an exciting night of flamenco music and dance as The Flamenco Society of San Jose presents A Taste of Spain. A cast of some of the Bay Area's best flamenco artists will showcase this vibrant genre, which combines singing, guitar playing, dance and handclaps. Originating in Andalusia in southern Spain, this energetic and passionate style evolved out of the melting pot of the region's many cultures and is mostly credited to its Romani population. An improvisational form, flamenco brings together a singer, guitarist and dancer, who respond to and shape each other's performances. The result is an electrifying display of artistic expression. Learn More
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Excellent guitarist - clean, good use of tonal ranges. Unlike the picture shown, he holds the guitar at a very steep angle - almost like a cello. A good illustration that there is no 'correct' way, but rather a range within which each guitarist must find what works for themselves. Another good lesson - playing the Bach Violin Sonata straight, without any editing. Works fine - no need to 'improve' on Bach. Venue was very good.
Gabriel Bianco is certainly no stranger to the spotlight. He has already performed in over 30 music festivals across the word in France, Germany, Czech Republic, Poland, Austria, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Romania, Portugal, Slovakia, and Thaïland. At the age of 12, he performed for French television (Mezzo), and later appeared on Romanian television (TVR Cultura). Born into a family of musicians, Gabriel received an early start on the guitar, receiving lessons with his father at age 5. A few years later, he began his studies in Paris with Ramon de Herrera at the Conservatoire National de Région, Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris and later at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris where he received the highest performance distinction under the teaching of Olivier Chassain. Since 2005 Gabriel has studied with French virtuoso Judicael Perroy.