Faculty @ 5: Bruggers & Madriguera

Thursday, April 17, 5:30 PM
Venue: Jonsson Performance Hall
Ticket: Free
Season: 2013-14

Music for guitar and harpsichord by: Bach, Scarlatti, Bocherinni, Falla, Ponce, Rodrigo and Segovia.

 

Kenneth Bruggers, harpsichord

 

Enric Madriguera, guitar

Enric Madriguera is the Director of Guitar Studies, Professor of Aesthetic Studies and the Russell Cleveland Professor of Guitar at The University of Texas at Dallas. Madriguera's early musical influences include his father, composer-conductor-violinist Enric Madriguera, and his uncle and teacher, Andres Segovia. He is the director of the Annual Texas Guitar Competition and Festival at UT Dallas, and he serves on the artist faculty of the annual ChamberArt summer music festival in Madrid.  Most recently he was a Fulbright Scholar at the School of the Arts in Hidalgo, Mexico. Madriguera regularly performs in festivals throughout Europe and the Americas. His recordings include "Old World/New World and Music for Two Guitars" by the Duo Madriguera, "Voz y Guitarra" with Kathryn Evans, soprano, and two recordings with Voices of Change: "Concert Suite from Frida" by Robert Xavier Rodríguez and Voces Americanas.

 

Eddie Healy, guitar

Eddie Healy began studying the classical guitar with Dr. Enric Madriguera. He went on to study with Tom Johnson at the University of North Texas, where he received his Bachelor's Degree in classical guitar performance. He then completed a Master of Music degree with Robert Guthrie at Southern Methodist University. Healy was awarded a scholarship from the Dallas Federation of Music Clubs and was the recipient of the Alice Jones-Berding scholarship in 1995. He performs regularly as soloist, accompanist and ensemble member in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. He has performed with the vocalists of The Orchestra of New Spain as well as string soloists from The Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Healy traveled to Spain in 2008 for a series of concerts and twice to Mexico in 2009 to perform at the 19th Annual International Guitar Festival of Morelia and the 4th Festival Internacional de Guitarra Ramón Noble.He has appeared on national television and radio programs in Hidalgo, Mexico. At the 2009 Texas Guitar Festival, he performed on the same program as David Russell and shared the stage with William Kanengiser at the Texas Guitar Festival in 2010. Eddie is the Youth Competition director for the Annual Texas Guitar Competition and teaches guitar at UT Dallas.

 

 



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Directions to the Jonsson Performance Hall (JO)

From the north, take Synergy Parkway to Floyd Road, turning south to Lookout Drive. From the south, take Campbell Road to Waterview Parkway and turn north on Waterview. Turn east on Synergy Park Boulevard. Turn south on Floyd Road and head towards Lookout Drive. Prepare to stop at the four-way stop sign at the intersection of Floyd Road and Lookout Drive. Next, turn to head west on Lookout to drive onto the university campus. Prepare to make a right at the driveway. That is the entrance to Parking Lots A and B. After turning into the driveway, Parking Lot B will come first and Lot A is just beyond a dividing sidewalk. Find a green or gold spot and park. Use the safe walking path and head west toward campus. A large campus map (right) and Green Bridge appear at the end of path. Cross the Green Bridge, enter Green Hall (GR) and follow the signs to the Jonsson Performance Hall (JO 2.604). 
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