Rediscovering master works

Bendigo Weekly | Bendigo Weekly | 08-Apr-2016


Matthew Fagan and Daniel Tucceri have come together to present Solstice in Bendigo.

It’s a musical journey into mythology and rediscovery of ancient music, acoustic instruments and modern electronics from traditions of Celtic, Classical to Romantic.

It will feature performances of recomposed master works of the classical masters Beethoven, Rodrigo, Bach, Paganini and Vivaldi with unique sounds on 10 string Spanish and electric guitars, digital keyboards and acoustic piano.

Be prepared for exciting performances of rediscovered master works such as Beethoven Symphony No. 5 and Rodrigo’s Spanish guitar masterpiece Concierto de Aranjuez with a new expression, recomposing with virtuosic improvisations and modern instruments while keeping faithful to the original score of the master composers.

Bendigo-born Matthew Fagan has long been established as one of Australia’s finest exponents of the guitar and plucked stringed instruments, whether it is on his unique 10-string acoustic or diminutive four-string ukulele. 

The show is on Sunday, April 10. Forest Street Uniting Church, 21 Forest Street, 2pm, doors at 1.30pm. Tickets $25. Web :


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