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Aroha Music Society - Cheryl Grice

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  • Fri 2 Nov ’18, 7:30pm – 9:30pm


Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Rd, Kerikeri


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adults: $30.00
  • 18 and under: $0.00


Turner Centre

Originally from the UK, Cheryl won a scholarship to study at the Royal Manchester College of Music at the age of 16, whilst also studying privately with John Williams in London.

She went on to win two prestigious International Guitar Competitions at the age of 20, including the ‘Michele Pitaluga’ competition in Italy.

Cheryl became widely acclaimed for her exquisite and delicate performances of Spanish music, including her performance of Sevilla on BBC’s ‘Masterclass’ series with Julian Bream and a Bach Fugue with Bream on French TV. These broadcasts are available to view on You Tube.

Cheryl toured as a soloist for many years, giving the premier performance of Wilfred Joseph’s 'Saratoga’ concerto for guitar, harp and harpsichord at the Qeen Elizabeth Hall in London.

In 1997 Cheryl emigrated to NZ with her young family, releasing 3 CD’s – her solo album ‘Un Sueno en la Floresta’ is also available on iTunes. In 2014 she returned to the International stage giving a highly acclaimed tour of Canada and the UK.

“A performance of great beauty and sensitivity” “Vital and poised.” – London Times

“A guitarist of much skill and captivating artistry.” Manchester Evening News

“Sensitive interpretation, an outstanding performance by a versatile and talented player.” Central District Times

Programme includes:
- Fernando Sor - Variations on Mozart’s Magic Flute
- Cheryl Grice - Toku Wairua
- Heitor Villa-Lobos - Choros No 1
- Agustin Barrios-Mangore - La Cathedral
- Cheryl Grice - Celtic Blues
- Isaac Albeniz - Cadiz Blues Medley
- G.H. Matos Rodriguez - La Cumparsita

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