Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Classical guitarist Dale Kavanagh to perform at Cecilia's Retreat

Cecilia’s Retreat features
Dale Kavanagh
Talent Trust alumna and internationally acclaimed classical guitarist 

Dale Kavanagh on

Saturday, February 22
at 11 a.m.

Originally from Halifax, Dale Kavanagh is now one of the outstanding interpreters of the international guitar scene and Musique Royale is honoured to present her in her native province.

Please reserve a spot by getting in touch with Barbara Butler if you would like to attend. Tickets are $35.

A tasty brunch follows the morning performance.

Cecilia’s Retreat, 1199 Oakland Rd., RR#2 in Mahone Bay

Further information from the Musique Royale:
Dale Kavanagh is a laureate of international competitions - Segovia Competition (Spain, 1987) - Int. Guitar Competition of Gargnano (Italy, 1988) - Neuchâtel (Switzerland, 1986) - Int. Scandinavian Competition (Finland, 1988). She is a guest at major music and guitar festivals worldwide and has performed more than 1,700 concerts as a soloist and in the Amadeus Guitar Duo in over 70 countries. As a soloist in the orchestra, she has performed with many orchestras such as the Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig, the Prague Chamber Orchestra, the Thüringen Philharmonie Gotha-Suhl, the Berliner Sinfoniker, the President Orchestra Ankara, Symphony Nova Scotia and many more. Dale Kavanagh is also a composer. Her own compositions appear at Chanterelle, Heidelberg, Hubertus Nogatz, Essen and Edition Margaux, Berlin.

From 1998 to 2003 she was a lecturer at the Musikhochschule Dortmund, from 2003 to 2009 “Musician in Residence” at Acadia University in Canada and since 2003 she teaches as a Professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Detmold. From 1999 to 2014 she was exclusively under contract with Hänssler Classic, since 2014 her CDs are released with Naxos.

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