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Florida's pioneer Classical Guitar nonprofit organization, the Miami Classical Guitar Society initiated and developed a guitar movement in Miami since 1987, establishing South Florida as a hub of international importance for the instrument. Dedicated to enriching our culture, MCGS promotes art, awareness, and education of Classical Guitar through world-class performance, innovation, and vision.

The MCGS has created and organized over 200 concerts featuring world-renowned guitarists and local talent, founded Miami's International Guitar Festival & Competition, Miami's Guitar Ensemble Festival, and the Miami Classical Guitar Orchestra, as well as directed two of the most prestigious International Guitar Festivals in the country through the Guitar Foundation of America in 1991 and 2002. A strong advocate for music and guitar education, MCGS actively works with school music programs yearly, visiting young musicians and highlighting student guitar ensembles and performers as part of our series.

Through our yearly cultural programming including world-class concerts, master classes, lectures, lecture-recitals, guitar courses, ensembles, and international competitions, MCGS founder Carlos Molina is a tireless promoter of the instrument, dedicated to offering guitar lovers, performers, teachers, and students the opportunity to enjoy wonderful performances and further develop their talents.

We look forward in continuing with our cultural endeavor to share and foster the love for this beautiful instrument within our community and beyond. Join us!

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29th Season Sponsors
Brought to you with the generous support from our wonderful Sponsors: Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, Miami-Dade County Mayor and the Board of County Commissioners, Savarez Strings, The D'Addario Music Foundation, Anita and Morris BROAD FOUNDATION, MAD Design Studios, Societa Dante Alighieri, Country Inns and Suites, Vitalini Corazzini PA, Harvey & Margie Willensky. In Collaboration With: Guitar Foundation of America, USA; Ciudad De Coria International Guitar Festival, Spain.

Adrián Rius Espinós
Lectures
Thursday, June 14 - 5 PM
Saturday, June 16 - 2 PM



Adrián Rius Espinós will offer two different lectures on the life and music of maestro Francisco Tárrega, founder of the Modern School of Guitar. Both lectures will be in Spanish and English.
Adrian Rius Espinos

ADRIÁN RIUS ESPINÓS
(Spain)




Como investigador y musicólogo, Adrián Rius Espinós ha escrito y publicado artículos para diversos medios de comunicación con el objetivo de difundir la figura de Tárrega. Entre ellas, la investigación “Francisco Tárrega y su época”, publicado por el Ayuntamiento de Córdoba y presentado en el Festival de Música de Córdoba en el año 2003, y una colección de obras basada en sus manuscritos originales y primeras ediciones, adjunto a un estudio técnico – musical donde se analizan los fundamentos de la escuela del maestro, incluido un CD con una grabación inédita de Josefina Robledo.

Su pasión hacia la figura del guitarrista Francisco Tárrega le ha llevado a realizar una seria investigación a lo largo de más de diez años dando origen a la “Biografía Oficial de Francisco Tárrega” cuya primera edición conmemoraba el 150 aniversario del nacimiento del músico vilarrealense.

Como intérprete ha sido invitado por los más prestigiosos festivales de guitarra de Europa (Venecia, Córdoba, Casablanca, Burgos, Tánger, Tetuán, Málaga, Benicassim, Madrid, Segorbe…) Compositores como el maestro Joaquín Clerch, Ferrer Ferrán, o J.M. Martínez, entre otros, le han dedicado sus obras.

Nace en Moncofa (Castellón) en 1974, comienza sus estudios musicales de la mano de Jorge G. Orozco, ingresando en el Conservatorio Profesional de Vall d’Uixó donde Orozco y Manuel Torada serán sus profesores. A continuación, inicia en el Conservatorio Superior Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia, bajo la tutela del catedrático Antonio Galindo, el grado superior que también finaliza con las más altas calificaciones.

…Adrián Rius posee el carácter de Andrés Segovia y la dulzura de Regino Sainz de la Maza con una diferencia: mientras Segovia y Sainz de la Maza tañen sus instrumentos, Rius lo acaricia.
Luis Gutiérrez Jodra





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