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Open Air Concert – Maciek Pysz & Gianluca Corona Duo – Friday 22nd June 2018

 Maciek Pysz & Gianluca Corona Duo will perform their magic in the open air at Poundisford Lodge, Pitminster, Taunton and it promises to be a magical evening!
Tickets £8 on line – £10 on the night. Venue open 7.15pm – Music from 8pm
Concessions at CICCIC- students, unwaged & supported income – tickets £5.

Maciek Pysz – Acoustic/Classical Guitar &  Gianluca Corona – Classical Guitar

An international guitar project established in 2012 in London featuring two accomplished guitarists Maciek Pysz (Poland) and Gianluca Corona (Italy). Both instrumentalists share a passion for acoustic world rhythms and bring together their rich musical backgrounds. Maciek and Gianluca recorded eight original compositions in 2014 and their debut album “London Stories” was released on 21st April 2017. Not only excellent musicians but also composers in their own right thet present a programme of original music as well songs by Ennio Morricone and Ralph Towner. An evening full of beautiful and touching melodies, intricate Latin rhythms played with passion and fire.

“There is some beautiful stuff here – a must for jazz guitar fans” **** Stephen Graham (Marlbank) 

 “The crisp balance of sound and space in this recording is flawless…it’s great to witness the development of Maciek Pysz’s own musical personality” 

Adrian Pallant (London Jazz News / AP Reviews)

 “Pysz is a quiet virtuoso who has developed into one of the most distinctive guitarists around” ****

Ian Mann (The Jazz Mann)

“Te Intro is an improvised section from Maciek Pysz on guitar and demonstrates why, for many people, Maciek is a key player of our time.  This captures both the delicate touch which Maciek has and also the emotive, crystal clear style of his playing”

Sammy Stein (Jazz in Europe, September 2017)

 “With ‘A Journey’ Maciek Pysz has produced an album deserving of the highest praise. Highly recommended”

Peter McLaren (Jazz in Europe)

“However impressive his technique may be, it is certainly not‘showy’ – everything is at the service of creative expression”

John Watson (London Jazz News, March 2017)

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