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Sunday February 4th

6pm

St. Bartholomew’s Church


300 Burnley St, Richmond

Program

Giovanni Riveros
1. Recuerdos de la Alhambra by Francisco Tarrega
2. Capricho Arabe by Francisco Tarrega
3. Arriba los Pañuelos

Giovanni and Daniel


1. Adios Nonino by Astor Piazzolla
2. Milonga del Angel by Astor Piazzolla

Daniel Nistico
1. Sevilla from Suite Española by Isaac Albeniz
2. Sonata in D Minor k. 213 by Domenico Scarlatti
3. Collectici intim by Vicente Asencio
i. La Serenor (The Serenity)
ii. La Joia (The Joy)
iii. La Calma (The Calm)
iv. La Guabanca (The Delight)
v. La Frisanca (The Haste)

Giovanni and Daniel


La Vida Breve from The Three Cornered Hat by Manuel de Falla
About the Performers
Two internationally acclaimed guitarists combine to play an exciting program of Spanish
guitar music!

Giovanni Riveros Lopez


Giovanni was born in Lima, Peru. He studied classical guitar at the
"Higher Conservatory of Rostock" in Germany and completed his
studies at the "Liceu Conservatory" of Barcelona in Spain.

Giovanni has participated in several classical guitar masters’ courses


with distinguished teachers, including David Rusell (Spain) Eduardo
Isaac (Argentina), Prof. Ramírez (Peru), Oscar Guilliard (Italy)
Thomas Offerman (Germany), as well as in flamenco guitar with
Professor Klaus Hammer. He worked as a classical guitar teacher at
the "Johannes-Brahms" Music Conservatory and at the "Bergstedt"
music academy in Hamburg, Germany.

In 2009 Riveros recorded his first album with the ‘Duo


Encuentro’ (Cello and Guitar) and in 2010 carried out a tour of
concerts and master classes in Peru under the coordination of the
Superior Conservatory of Lima "Josefat Roel Pineda". In 2015
http://gioriveros.wixsite.com/guitariveros Giovanni released his second album ‘Duo Matizes’ (Flute and Guitar)

Daniel Nistico
Daniel has captivated audiences in Chile, Serbia, New Zealand,
China, the USA, and the Czech Republic. He has won prizes at
national and international competitions, including the Lions
Club Global Youth Music Competition and The World
Competition.

Daniel has performed at prestigious venues across Australia


including ABC’s Iwaki Auditorium, Arts Centre Melbourne,
High Court of Australia and Brisbane City Hall. He was
broadcast on ABC Classic FM’s ‘Rising Stars’ segment (hosted
by Graham Abbott) and has also been featured on 3MBS Fine
Music Radio and SBS Radio.

Daniel recently completed a Doctor of Musical Arts degree (abd) http://www.danielnistico.net/


at the Eastman School of Music, one of the USA’s leading music
institutions. There he studied with Nicholas Goluses and
Grammy-award winning artist Paul O’Dette, one of the world’s
leading early music specialists. Daniel was the first guitarist in
the school’s 94 year history to be nominated for an Artist
Certificate award, which acknowledges performance standards of
the highest quality. Daniel completed his Master of Music at the
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, and received his Bachelor Thanks to GuitarsOnline for their
of Music with Honours from the Victorian College of the Arts. help promoting the event!
During this time, Daniel studied with Aria-award winning
guitarist Tonié Field and internationally renowned pianist Dr.
Donna Coleman.