As I am 8 month pregnant I will leave my job and concerts for a little while. I suppose I will be back in august 2016 with new projects and hopefully lots of energy. In the meanwhile I will work on a progessive guitar method for very beginners. ( If I have time and energy ha ha…)
In december I had the pleasure to play with this group of students for the last time…. as they are now going further into the world for new challenges.
At least we ended the circle nicely with at great repertory of Egberto Gismonti, Paulo Bellinati, Astor Piazolla, Domenico Scarlatti and much more. I really wish them luck in the future!!
The project of “Spil dansk dagen” is a national event all over Denmark. My guitar students will together with violin, flute and song students will perform a very varied repertory of danish music. There will be two concerts in Guldborgsund during that week and both free of entrance.
We will perform lovely danish songs in instrumental version like: “Jeg gik mig ud en sommerdag”, “en yndig og frydefuld sommertid” og “det var en skærsommer dag” and works by Carl Nielsen.
Instrumental music by Henrik Rund for classical guitar.
Humoristic songs like “Fy fy skamme” and” Olsen banden” and of course the beautiful “Elefantens vuggevise”.
We will perform folk chamber music from “Ålholm samlingen” for guitar, violin and flute. Th
To end the concert we will play Kim Larsen, Pierre Dørge and Tim Cristensen.
We hope both the audience and the students will discover new things about the diversity of danish music.
Mille Bureau tilbyder ved særlige lejligheder musik til bryllup eller reception. Geografisk kan musikken tilbydes på Lolland Falster og Sjælland. Der er tale om klassisk musik – på klassisk guitar som danner en afslappet atmosfærisk ramme. Musikken fungerer meget fint som reception. Musikken er klassisk men dog “let fordøjelig” og kan derfor nydes af alle uden et musikalsk øre. Mille spiller i denne sammenhæng musik af Antonio Vivaldi, Silvius Leopold Weiss, Robert de Viseé, og Gaspar Sanz. Repertoiret vil være blandet med populær musik af Beatles, danske sange, film musik samt specielle ønsker.
Kontakt Mille for mere information.
Alhambra in Granada is always pure inspiration. Here I captured ” la Puerta del vino” from which they sold wine in the 13- 14 century. Its is also the image that Manuel de Falla sent to Debussy on a postcard from Granada to Paris and inspired him to compose “nights in the garden of Spain”. Falla brings some bars of this piece into his “homenaje a Debussy”. In Granada and Alhambra – everything is poetry.
Visiting guitar makers in Granada I was very happy about “my own” constructor Antonio Marin Montero being the most simphatic and modest of them all: a gran maestro.
Visiting the Music Museum in Barcelona where you find a pretty selection of guitars. Well, my favorite is Simplicio. But I also like to see Fleta. I am on the waitinglist for a guitar of his grandson: Gabriel Fleta. The list is about 11 years!!
Fehmarn Belt Guitar Orchestra is a collaboration between the two citites: Eutin (Germany) and Nykøbing F. The members of the orchestra are guitar students, adult amateurs and a few professional guitarists.
The Fehmarn Belt Suite is composed especially for this ensemble by the jazz composer Svend Klammer from Lübeck. Therefore you notice the rythmical influences during the 8 movements.
The musical direction is taken care of by the collegues : Andreas Von Zoost, Mille Bureau, Arne Wolff and Dorte. The performance will take place in Eutin (Germany) 5th of july 2015.
In october 2015 the piece will be performed in Copenhagen and Guldborgsund.
The first events with combined concert and conference is now done and it has been a fine experience. Now I will try out another form with the concert with some explaination of the pieces. And then I will conclude what work best……….
Here an atmosphere from the hall in Herre Estrup castel…..
Concert at the medieval center of Nykøbing F with students. Here we performed hymns and troubadour music. The students got in contact with another kinds of sounds and music and a whole different way to live. Thanks to Guldborgsund gildet to make this possible.