BMOP Masters Moderns by Carl Straussner Seeking to “restore a widening disconnect between contemporary audiences and contemporary music” since 1996, Boston Modern Orchestra Project has flourished. Its progressive, vibrant and fresh concerts we witnessed Saturday evening in New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall celebrated of modern master John Corigliano, whose work has earned him 5 Grammys, the Grawemeyer […]
Eliot Fisk, Musique américaine Click here to listen the Interview and read more about Guitare, guitares in Radio France Générique : Isaac Albeniz, Cadiz Rafael Andia, guitare “Pages célèbres ou inconnues” Mandala MAN 5030 ► Programmation musicale George Rochberg, Notre Dame Blues Eliot Fisk (1954 -), guitare “The Red Guitar” Wildner Records KWV 28206 Georg Rochberg, American Bouquet : My Heart […]
The summer of 2018 marks the 13th anniversary of Boston GuitarFest, with the theme “The Improvisatory Spirit,” seeking to display and liberate the improvisatory spirit that must be in all of us. Boston GuitarFest is the dream of visionary guitar virtuoso and Artistic Director Eliot Fisk, and is cosponsored by New England Conservatory and Northeastern […]
On August 24, Eliot realized a long cherished dream playing his transcriptions of all 6 Bach Suites for solo cello in 2 back to back concerts at the legendary Accademia Chigiana in Siena, Italy. He also taught a short seminar for a select group of superb students. The Accademia Chigiana is holy ground for guitarists. […]
Conducting legend José Serebrier, together with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, performs the premiere recording of four works by contemporary American composer, Robert Beaser. Two of the works, Notes on a Southern Sky and the Guitar Concerto, were written for guitar virtuoso Eliot Fisk, a noted pupil of Andrés Segovia, who performed the concerto […]
Accolades for Eliot Fisk and the Arditti Quartet on tour with premiere performances of Hilda Paredes’ monumentally challenging work SON DEMENTES CUERDAS.
A stretch for Ensemble Music Society: Arditti Quartet plays works from the past three decades by Jay Harvey – Thursday, March 30, 2017 The Big Bang Theory applied to the string quartet would probably identify the triggering event as the works of Joseph Haydn. Without pressing the analogy too hard, the music offered Wednesday evening […]