Daniela Rossi (Argentina)
Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022 | 7:30 PM
St. Andrew’s Church
73 Simcoe St., Toronto
“… a very rare combination of energy, expression and perfect technique”
– Leo Brouwer, composer and guitarist
Conveniently located next to St. Andrew’s subway station. Use main doors on King St. Opposite Roy Thomson Hall in the Entertainment District.
Advance Tickets: $35 General | $30 Seniors | $15 Students
At the Door: $40 | $35 | $20
Advance Tickets available through Eventbrite at above link. Tickets cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase unless the event is cancelled. In that case, a refund will be issued within 60 days.
Known for her energy, expression and technique, Daniela Rossi is an exciting classical guitarist from Argentina. She graduated from the Conservatory of Bahia Blanca in 2006 and has worked with many leading guitarists and teachers worldwide.
Currently based in Cambridge, UK, Daniela regularly performs in Latin America, Europe and the UK in solo recitals, duets and small ensembles. Her orchestral debut was at the age of 21 in México, performing Rodrigo’s Concerto de Aranjuez with the University of Hidalgo Symphony Orchestra. She went on to perform Aranjuez in Argentina with the Bahía Blanca Symphony Orchestra, in Chile with the Chile Symphony Orchestra, and in London with Newham Philharmonic.
Daniela is comfortable with music from all periods. She is particularly interested in the music of Romantic composer Giulio Regondi, and has explored his language in depth, recently recording a CD of his works, including the Etudes.
Daniela also enjoys performing music by contemporary composers for guitar, and worked on several new pieces commissioned by the International Guitar Foundation in London. She gave the first performance of Graham Lynch’s “Orpheus” for guitar and orchestra, with the Newham Philharmonic. Among her recent performances and masterclasses, she performed an online concert for the Guitar Society of Toronto.
Daniela has a deep understanding of the music of her native Argentina, which she plays on the CD “Invierno Porteño” with her duet partner, Argentinian guitarist Sebastian Pompilio. She has won numerous performance awards and prizes across South America and Europe.
Daniela combines her performing career with an equally successful teaching career, working with players of all ages and levels, to extend their musicality and technical competence.
Please note that COVID Public Health Measures from the Ontario government require:
Proof of full vaccination from all concert attendees.
Masking and physical distancing.
Concert Tickets must be purchased in advance – tickets will not be sold at the door until further notice