Carlos Barbosa-Lima At Weill Recital Hall Saturday Evening, March 15, 8:30PM


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Manor Productions Proudly Presents
Carlos Barbosa-Lima
One of the Great Latin / Classical Guitarists of Our Time

In Concert “Music of the Americas'"

Only New York Appearance:
Weill Recital Hall
At Carnegie Hall
Saturday Evening, March 15, 2003. 8:30 PM
All tickets: $25.00

“Gifted by the goddess of music." Andres Segovia
“A true wizard of the guitar." Antonio Carlos Jobim
“Carlos Barbosa-Lima's performances are an absorbing musical experience." The New York Times

The program includes works by:

Enrique Madriguera, Antonio Lauro, Carlos Barrientos, Ernesto Lecuona, Byron Yasui, Juan Tizol, Agustin Barrios, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Rafael Hernandez, Alfredo Vianna, Alberto Dominguez, Ernesto Cordero, George Gershwin

Acclaimed as one of the world's leading guitar masters, Carlos Barbosa-Lima is widely recognized for his extraordinary skills as a performer and arranger of a wide variety of music for the guitar. He has toured the world extensively as a recitalist and appeared as soloist with countless major orchestras.

Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Barbosa-Lima began playing the guitar at the age of seven. He recorded his first album when he was twelve. He has studied with Isaias Savio, and the legendary Andres Segovia. As a guitar master, Barbosa-Lima has taken the instrument to new levels, and been honored by many distinguished composers who have written landmark works dedicated specifically for him. Barbosa-Lima's style integrates classical, Latin, and Jazz. His discography extends over 35 releases and he currently records for the Khaeon label. Barbosa-Lima currently resides in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Special Guest Appearance by Gustavo Colina, cuatro, (Venezuela)

CD Release Party for his brand new KHAEON CD Natalia

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