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North and South: An Afternoon Tour of European Musical Delights

Thomas Lorenzo; Spanish/Flamenco Guitar
Steven Gilbert: Violin/Vocals

ONLINE BOOKINGS NORTH AND SOUTH CONCERT

Tuesday May 12th  2:30pm to 3:30pm

Phoenix Park Community Centre

Irish Music and more.

Our program showcases a blend of music from the folk traditions of Europe and Amercia including: Scottish and Irish Music, Spanish (Flamenco), Italian, French, Scandinavian, Greek, Eastern European and Brazilian.  Sing-along or just sit back and listen to our enchanting repertoire of instrumentals and songs.

 

ONLINE BOOKINGS NORTH AND SOUTH CONCERT

Tuesday  May 12th 2015 2:30pm to 3:30pm

Phoenix Park Community Centre

  • Tarantella Napolitana ( Italy)
  • España Cañi ( Spain)
  • Misirlou ( Greece)
  • Lars Höpkers Vals ( Sweden)
  • The Bonnie Bank O´Loch  Lomond ( Scotland)
  • Blackthorn Stick ( Irish Music)
  • Rakes of Kildare ( Irish Music)
  • The Atholl Highlanders ( Scotland)
  • and many more

Irish Music Melbourne Guitar ViolinNorth and South.  Artist Insights by Thomas Lorenzo, Spanish Guitar

Melbourne is a unique multicultural city.  Our music program reflects upon some of the musical roots that have partly influenced Contemporary Australian Music. You will be surprised when you hear folk music that at first hand does not represent the preconception of a geographic era.

Did you know Spain has a great tradition of Celt Music ?
Celts lived in Northern Spain in the final centuries BC. They were called the Celtiberians.  We can find present day Celtic music in Galicia and Asturias, two regions in the northwest corner of Spain. Brittany, Wales , Ireland, Scotland also share similar musical roots.

Flamenco encompasses one of many Spanish musical traditions. In our concerts the listeners will also engage in other popular Spanish music styles as el Paso doble, a Spanish dance originated in the 16th century.

From Italy we bring the Napolitan Tarantela. Did you know it is believed to be a simulation of the mating ritual of the Tarantula Spider ?

The listener will immerse in a journey through history developing a further understanding of some musical traditions that were brought to Australia in the 19th and 20th century.

This concert is an extension of my Melbourne Music production services.

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