Classical  Guitarist

Diogo Oliveira

Guitar without Borders

Concert Program:


Romançário (Antônio Madureira)
Rugendas (Antônio Madureira)
Mazurka-Choro (Heitor Villa-Lobos)
Schottish-Choro (Heitor Villa-Lobos)
Cinco Prelúdios (Heitor Villa-Lobos)
Estudo Simples nº6 (Leo Brouwer)
Estudo nº11 (Heitor Villa-Lobos)
Una Limosna por el amor de Dios (Agustín Barrios)
La Catedral (Agustín Barrios)
Eu sei que vou te amar (Tom Jobim e Vinicius de Moraes)
Valsa Venezuelana nº3 (Antonio Lauro)
Se ela perguntar (Dilermando Reis)
Uma valsa e dois amores (Dilermando Reis)
Sons de Carrilhões (João Pernambuco)
Balada para Martín Fierro (Ariel Ramírez)
Sarará (Yamandu Costa)
Dança Paraguaia (Agustín Barrios)

Release: The guitarist has performed with this project in many brazilian cities such as Centro Cultural São Paulo, São Pedro Theater from Porto Alegre - RS, SESC Santos, SESC São José dos Campos- SP and Cassiano Ricardo Cultural Foundation. The concert (which has no stylistic boundaries) has a repertoire that goes through various genres such as the Argentine chamamé, the Paraguayan guarânia and Brazilian genres such as northeastern music, country music, choro, bossa nova and works written by the guitarist himself. Some poem recitations also fall into this micellany such as "Soneto de Fidelidade" and "Samba da bênção" by Vinicius de Moraes. Successes like "Tristeza do Jeca" by Angelino de Oliveira, "Eu sei que vou te amar" by Tom Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes, "Romaria" by Renato Teixeira, among others, come to arrangements that carry the listener to a rich musical universe sonic possibilities.

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