01 April 2007

Ed Renshaw and Petros Andreou

Edward Renshaw.

Born in London in 1981, Edward Renshaw began to play the guitar at age 10 before going on to study Jazz at Goldsmiths and Classical Music at the Guildhall and University of Sussex. Whilst Attending the Guildhall, Edward studied Classical Guitar under the direction of Antonio Albanes and graduated with the universities highest award for performance. Edward Renshaw’s repertoire embraces a wide range of styles and approaches, from the standard classical repertoire to contemporary music, jazz and flamenco.

In parallel to classical performances, Edward has developed as a jazz performer and currently works along side British Jazz par prize-winning saxophonist Tony Coe at a variety of London Jazz venues.

Granados, Enrique (1867 - 1916)-Danza espaƱola No. 5Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)Excerpts from the Lute Suite No. 4, BWV 1006a- Prelude- Loure- Gavotte En Rondeau- Bouree- GigueVilla-Lobos, Heitor (1887-1959)- Prelude No 2 in E major and Prelude No 3 AminorWalton, William (1902 - 1983)-Bagatelles No 2, Lento and 3 Alla Cubana

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Petros Andreou

Greek Bouzouki player Petros Andreou will be playing music by M. Theodoratis and Greek traditonal music and Petros' own transcription for Bouzouki of J.S. Bach's Cello Suite BWV 1007.

Petros Andreou is an Associate and Licentiate of the London College of Music (Classical Guitar) and has been teaching classical guitar in the London Borough of Barnet for over 15 years. He is a regular performer and supporter of Ealing Guitar Society.
In recent years, Petros has twice performed bouzouki at the Royal Festival Hall’s Purcell Room in London.