Free Lunchtime Concert: Tau Quartet
Chico Saraiva – Melodia para a Incerteza
Ernesto Nazareth (arr Murray) – Odeon
Aníbal A Sardinha “Garoto” (arr Murray) – Debussyana
Luca Luciano – Divertimento #5
Daniel Murray – Estância
Weber Lopes – Lá em Olinda
Carmo Bartoloni (arr Giacomo Bartoloni) – Seresta
Paulo Bellinati (arr Murray) – Jongo
Tau Quartet with special guest Luca Luciano
Breno Chaves has recorded for the ECM label and has presented recitals, concerts with orchestra and master-classes in Brazil, Latin America and the United States.
Daniel Murraywon the International Guitar Competition of Trédrez-Locquémeau in France at the age of 15 and has appeared on many releases including two solo albums.
Fábio Bartoloni has received awards from the College Mozarteum Contest, Souza Lima Contest and Nabor Pires Camargo Prize with two albums as soloist to date plus the releases with the Quarteto Tau. He is Classical Guitar Professor at Fito College in Osasco, Brazil.
José Henrique de Campos has been invited to many festivals, seminars and guitar symposiums in Brazil and abroad, such as the 24th Brasília Festival, 34th Winter Festival of Campos do Jordão and 1st Brazil-France Interchange.
Internationally recognized for his groundbreaking contributions to contemporary clarinet music, “Luca Luciano is one of Europe’s leading exponent of jazz clarinet” (BBC Radio) and has premiered his music at St Martin in the Fields and has performed at the South Bank Centre (also recording for BBC Radio 3), the University of Cambridge and the Edinburgh Festival with praises that include the International Clarinet Association and the Clarinet & Saxophone Society of Great Britain.