Guitarra y Cuarteto

Guitarra y Cuarteto

May 11, 2024 - May 26, 2024

Image Credit: David Kelly

Andrew Veivers
Guitarra y Cuarteto
with The Black Square Quartet

Experience the rhythmical fusion of classical and flamenco music through Andrew Veivers' captivating compositions for guitar and string quartet in Guitarra y Cuarteto. This groundbreaking concert program performed with the hauntingly beautiful Black Square Quartet showcases a harmonious blend of Andrew's original compositions and iconic Spanish works. Inspired by musicians such as Manolo Sanlucar, Steve Reich, and Manuel de Falla, Andrew's compositions for Guitarra y Cuarteto exhibit a unique and individual charm.

Formed in 2018, The Black Square Quartet is dedicated to championing new and Australian music, offering a fresh perspective on classical compositions that is both inspiring and unforgettable. Don't miss this new collaboration from some of Queensland’s finest string and guitar musicians.

 

Tour Dates 2024

 
The Hills District Community Centre

Saturday 11 May | Time: 7.30pm | Location: 291 Dawson Pde, Arana Hills | Tickets: TBA

Ipswich Civic Centre

Sunday 12 May | Time: 2pm | Location: 50 Nicholas St, Ipswich | Tickets: ipswichciviccentre.com.au

Brisbane City Hall

Tuesday 14 May | Time: 12pm | Location: 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City | Free Event

Coolum Civic Centre

Friday 17 May | Time: 7pm | Location: 2-4 Park St, Coolum Beach | Tickets: events.humanitix.com

Bribie Island Recreational Hall

Saturday 18 May | Time: 7pm | Location: 156 First Ave, Bongaree | Tickets: TBA

Maleny Community Centre

Sunday 19 May | Time: 4pm | Location: 23 Maple St, Maleny | Tickets: events.humanitix.com

Majestic Theatre

Friday 24 May | Time: 7pm | Location: 3 Factory St, Pomona | Tickets: TBA

Eudlo Hall

Sunday 26 May | Time: 4pm | Location: 19 Rosebed St, Eudlo | Tickets: events.humanitix.com

 

This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. This initiative was supported through the Creative Industries Investment Program and is jointly funded by ArtsCoast through Sunshine Coast Council’s Art and Heritage Levy and the Regional Arts Development Fund in partnership with Queensland Government.