Denis AzabagicDenis Azabagic, (Bosnia and Herzegovina), is one of the most compelling classical guitarists on the international concert circuit today. He performs concerts around the globe, maintaining a balance between his solo recitals, chamber music with the Cavatina Duo, and engagements as soloist with orchestras.

Critics are raving:

The recital by Bosnian guitarist Denis Azabagic, was certainly the finest guitar recital that I have heard in a lifetime of concert-going, and one of the best concerts of any kind I have heard.
NC Arts Journal, USA

…And once he started playing his guitar he became ageless. One couldn’t imagine where the man, the instrument and the music separated, if at all.
 Los Angeles Valley Star, USA

Azabagic’s playing is virtually flawless and his technical facility is a joy to see as well as hear; increasingly I hear him mentioned in the same breath as John Williams, and while such comparisons are invidious, this one is not without merit”
Soundboard Magazine, USA

Azabagic’s flawless performances have set a standard for the new generation of guitar players. He has won twenty-four prizes in international competitions and Mel Bay has published a book based on his experience and insides on the subject of competitions.

Azabagic has recorded ten CDs for international labels such as Naxos, Cedille, Opera Tres, Bridge records and Orobroy, as well as two DVD’s for the Mel Bay Company. His recordings and live performances are highly praised by music critics, for his elegant approach to music and his unique way of communicating and reaching the audiences’ hearts.

As a guest instrumentalist and soloist Azabagic has appeared with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Chicago Sinfonietta, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Sacramento Chamber Orchestra, Madrid Symphony, Traverse Symphony, Monterrey Symphony, L’Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Mons, among many others. He has also collaborated with the Casals Quartet, Civitas Ensemble and Music Now members in Chicago.

Azabagic has performed at such venues as Chicago’s Symphony Center, Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, Radio France in Paris, Aix en Provence Festival, France, El Palau de la Musica, Valencia-Spain, Savannah on Stage, USA, Omni Foundation, USA, Ravinia Festival, USA, National Chang Kai Shek Cultural Center, Taiwan, National Center for the Performing Arts, Beijing, China. Azabagic’s performances have been broadcasted live on the Radio (NPR, WFMT) and Television in Asia, Europe and the United States.

His repertoire includes solo and orchestral music from the Baroque era to the present. An active member of the Cavatina Duo, their chamber music repertoire is vast, including many works written expressly for the duo. Azabagic’s love for performing extends to sharing with others the knowledge of music making. He frequently offers master-classes while on tour, teaches at the University of Illinois and is the head of the guitar department at Roosevelt University in Chicago

Denis teachers include Pedrag Stankovic, Vojislav Ivanovic, Darko Petrinjak as well as Jo Hagen.

Highlights of the upcoming season include concerts tours in the US Mexico, South Korea, Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Spain, etc.  He will appear with the Cavatina Duo and as a soloist in recitals and with orchestras. They will release a new CD recording with Bridge Records.

For more info visit him at:
www.azabagic.com
wwww.cavatinaduo.com

Denis Azabagic uses D’Addario strings


 Program

Vicente Asencio: Suite Valenciana

Preludi
Cancó
Danca

Alan Thomas: Out of Africa

Call at SunriseMorning Dance
Zenith
Evening Dance
Cradle Song

Dusan Bogdanovic:
Blues and Seven Variations

————-Intermission————-

J.S.Bach: Sonata for solo violin BWV 1001 (arr. by Denis Azabagic)

Adagio
Fuga
Siciliana
Presto

Vojislav Ivanovic: Café pieces                                       

Tear Prelude
Funny Valse
Tango Café
Lullaby for Srdjan
Improvisation and Dance

Dallas Area Open Play
4pm - 6pm, 2nd Sunday
of each month

DUNN BROTHERS
COFFEE SHOP

3725 Belt Line Rd
Addison TX 75001

www.addison.dunnbros.com

Come play or just listen.
All levels welcome.

Brookhaven/Allegro
Community Guitar Orchestra

The next session of the guitar orchestra meets 2-4pm every Sunday in room D-208 at Brookhaven.

For more info students can call 972-860-4600

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Brookhaven College and the Allegro Guitar Society invite nylon string/classical guitarists and steel-string acoustic guitarists with at least one year of playing experience to participate in this community guitar orchestra. Classical, finger-style and plectrum guitarists are ALL welcome!
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Allegro Café Concerts
at The Kimbell

Please come and enjoy a a glass of wine, coffee, tea and Beautiful Classical Guitar Music at the Renzo Piano Pavilion most 1st, 3rd, and 5th Fridays from 5PM to 7PM. 

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