Dobrinsky Lazzaretti Duo
Wednesday 5th February, 2020 at 7:30pm
Clitheroe Royal Grammar School Sixth Form Centre, York St., Clitheroe, BB7 2DJ
Unfortunately, guitarist Adam Brown (whose photo is still shown below) was involved in an accident less than a week before
the date of this concert and has been replaced by Jacopo Lazzaretti. You will find information about Jacopo below.
Owing to Adam’s unfortunate accident, there is a possibility that the programme shown below may be changed on the night.
Paganini, Sonata Concertata – violin and guitar
Morel, Milonga del Viento – guitar solo
Villoldo (arr. Dyens) – El Choclo – guitar solo
Piazzolla – Histoire du Tango – violin and guitar
Bartók – Romanian Folk Dances – violin and guitar
Nazareth – Coracáo que Sente – guitar solo
Falla – Siete Canciones Populares Españo
Rodríguez – La Cumparsita – guitar solo
Sarasate – Romanza Andaluza – violin and guitar
Shlomy Dobrinsky ~ violin
Jacopo Lazzaretti ~ guitar
Praised by Strad magazine as a “poised and calmly confident player”, Shlomy Dobrinsky is a London based concert Violinist and recording artist. Shlomy has won various prizes at international violin competitions, including the Lipizier in Italy, the Unisa in Pretoria and the Philharmonia/MMSF Concerto Award which granted him an invitation to debut with the Philharmonia Orchestra. As a chamber musician, Shlomy performed at the most prestigious concert halls including The Wigmore Hall and South Bank Centre, London.
Achieving a Masters degree at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama after his undergraduate degree at The Royal College of Music, Shlomy went onto perform with some of the world’s finest orchestras such as the Philharmonia Orchestra and Israel Philharmonic Orchestra. As an orchestra player, Shlomy was a member of the Philharmonia Orchestra for 11 years and now mainly works with The London Symphony Orchestra. Currently an Associate Leader of Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, Shlomy also enjoys co-leading The Royal Scotish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the English Chamber Orchestra amongst others.
Shlomy also enjoys teaching and has given masterclasses including Koster Festival, Sweden and Chipping Campden Academy, U.K.
Born in Rome in 1994, Jacopo Lazzaretti has been studying classical guitar since he was 11. During his studies, he has performed in many masterclasses with some of the worlds most well-known guitarists such as Oscar Ghiglia, Marcin Dylla, Pavel Steidl, Giulio Tampalini, Lorenzo Micheli, Carlo Marchione, Rene Izquierdo just to name a few. In 2015-2016, thanks to the Erasmus+ he studied with Matthew McAllister at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and in July 2017 he graduated from the Conservatoire of Santa Cecilia in Rome under the guidance of Arturo Tallini, receiving his First Class Bachelor Degree in Music with Honours. In June 2019 he completed the Masters Degree in Performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland under the guidance of Matthew McAllister and Professor Allan Neave.
Jacopo has won several prizes in national and international guitar competitions with or without age limitations, such as first prizes at the 8° International Competition Alirio Diaz of Rome (2019), North East Scotland Classical Guitar Society Award (2017), the International Guitar Competition “I Musici di San Lorenzo” (2016) and the International Istanbul Guitar Festival (2015). Among the other prizes: second prize at the 3° International Guitar Competition ‘Giuseppe Caputo (2019), second prize at 7° International Competition Alirio Diaz of Rome (2018), third prize at the Leicester MusicFest Competition (2018), third prize at the 11th Montenegro International Guitar Competition (2017), second prize (first not awarded) at 7th International Guitar Competition Acerra Guitar Meetings (2016). He had also the opportunity to play the Romancero Gitano by Mario Castelnuovo Tedesco (concert for Choir and Guitar), which was a prize received during the competition ‘Premio Campus 2014’ in Bassano del Grappa.
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All concerts are on Wednesdays at 7:30pm and take place at Clitheroe Royal Grammar School Sixth Form Centre.