Alejandro Cordova Classical Guitar Concert in Miami
Saturday, 01/26/2013, 08:00 pm – 10:00 pm
St Bede Episcopal Chapel
1150 Stanford Drive,
Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Alejandro Cordova (Mexico)
Classical Guitar Concert, presented by The Miami Classical Guitar Society
The Miami Classical Guitar Society is proud to present the second concert of the series celebrating our 25th Anniversary, featuring Mexican virtuoso Alejandro Cordova – First Prize Winner of the 2011 “Ciudad de Coria” and the 2012 “Gredos de San Diego” international guitar competitions in Spain.
Born in Veracruz, Mexico, Alejandro Cordova studied at the University of Veracruz with Consuelo Bolio, Massimo Gatta and Alfredo Sanchez. He later studied with Paolo Pegoraro in Pordenone, and Stefano Viola in Italy. Alejandro has participated in master classes with renown guitarists Oscar Ghiglia, John Williams, Alvaro Pierri, Pepe Romero, Eliot Fisk, Pavel Steidl, Zoran Dukic, Carles Trepat, and others.
Since very early in his career, Alejandro Cordova has been awarded First Prize in numerous renowned International Guitar Competitions around the world. Some of these include:
First Prize Winner, International Guitar Competitions:
Gredos de San Diego, Madrid, Spain, 2012
Ciudad de Coria, Spain, 2011
Pisa, Italy, 2010
Paracho, Michoacan, Mexico, 2010
Julian Arcas, Almeria, Spain, 2009
Lamporecchio, Italy, 2009
Condado de Jaen, Spain, 2009
Durango, Mexico, 2008
Pachuca, Hidalgo, Mexico, 2008
Presently, Cordova has an intensive concert activity throughout Europe and has recorded his first CD with Naxos and EMI producer John Taylor in London.
Saturday, January 26, 2013 at 8:00 PM
Saint Bede Episcopal Church
1150 Stanford Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146
(At the University of Miami Campus)
Tickets: $25 general admission at the door, $20 members/seniors/students with ID. Children under 12 are free. Parking is free in parking lot. No Reservations needed.
To purchase tickets online or for more info, please visit www.miamiguitar.org
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