Adam del Monte at the Marlow Guitar Series
Marlow Guitar Series features Flamenco and classical guitarist Adam del Monte in a live and online concert.
Adam del Monte is a Flamenco and classical guitarist from the U.S. He studied Flamenco & classical guitar in Spain, Israel and England. Beginning with his father, he continued his training with such famed Gypsy performers as Pepe “Habichuela”, Paco Cortez, Nino Miguel & Gerardo Nunez. His classical guitar teachers were Menashe Baquiche, Israel and Gordon Crosskey at Chethams School of Music and at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, England.
Del Monte has recorded for Deutsche Gramophone – the featured Flamenco guitar part in the double Grammy award-winning opera Ainadamar by Osvaldo Golijov (2006), with soprano Dawn Upshaw and the Atlanta Symphony, conducted by Robert Spano. Since then, he has toured this opera in, Carnegie Hall, NY, Lincoln Center, NY, Barbican Center, London, Colorado Music Festival, in Boulder, Chicago Symphony and many more.
As a soloist, he has performed with the LA Philharmonic, the Pacific Symphony, the Banana Symphonet, the Atlanta Symphony, the Madrid Symphony Orchestra, among many others. He has also appeared as both a solo artist and group performer in major venues such as LA’s Mark Taper Forum and the Wilshire Theater; the Teatro Real and the Conde Duque in Madrid; Manuel de Falla Auditorium in Granada; New Mexico St Francis Auditorium in Santa Fe; the International Guitar Festival in Israel, GFA in St Louis ’96, La Jolla ’97 and Charleston ‘99 Guitar Festival, the 500th anniversary of Columbus celebrations in Paris & Madrid, the Hollywood Bowl, the Disney Hall and the National Black Arts Festival.