Duo Guadalupe | Music for Violin and Guitar

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Music for Violin and Guitar

by Duo Guadalupe

Violin and guitar chamber music performed with surprising nuance and intense feeling.
Genre: Classical: Chamber Music
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1. Sonata Basque (Azpiazu) - Entree Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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2. Sonata Basque (Azpiazu)- Amabile Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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3. Sonata Basque (Azpiazu)- Menuet Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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4. Sonata Basque (Azpiazu)- Finale Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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5. Sonata Secunda (Locatelli) - Largo Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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6. Sonata Secunda (Locatelli) - Allegro Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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7. Sonata Secunda (Locatelli) - Andante Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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8. Sonata Secunda (Locatelli) - Presto Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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9. Sonata in A (Haendel) - Andante Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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10. Sonata in A (Haendel) - Allegro Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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11. Sonata in A (Haendel) - Largo-Allegro Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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12. Serenade No.1 (Carulli) Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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13. Cantabile (Paganini) Duo Guadalupe - Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin, and Roberto Capocchi, guitar
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Duo Guadalupe

Ellen Chavez de Leitner, violin & Roberto Capocchi, guitar

Duo Guadalupe, one of New Mexico's most active chamber music ensembles, has released their debut recording. It features Baroque sonatas by G. F. Haendel and Pietro Locatelli, a charming Serenade by Ferdinando Carulli, Nicolo Paganini's "Cantabile" and the Sonata Basque" by Jose de Azpiazu.

Ellen Chavez de Leitner and Roberto Capocchi have been performing together since 2000. Their repertoire includes mostly Baroque Sonatas, Classical Sonatas and Serenades, and Romantic Spanish music. Their debut performance was at the Santuario de Guadalupe in Santa Fe, NM, and the Virgin of Guadalupe is favorite subject of Ms. Leitner's paintings, thus the name "Duo Guadalupe."


Ellen Chavez de Leitner has performed with many orchestras and chamber ensembles in Austria and her native New Mexico. In Austria she was a member of the Albertschweizerhaus Chamber Orchestra, Jeunesse Wien, Huebnerís Kursalon Orchestra, the Innsbruck Symphony Orchestra, and the Graz Philarmonic. In New Mexico, she has played with the Santa Fe Symphony, the Taos Chamber Orchestra and Chorus, and numerous orchestras and chamber ensembles. Her performances as soloist have included many works written for her by Father Jose Maria Blanch, a composer from Barcelona, Spain. She studied at the Conservatory of Vienna, Saint John's College, the University of New Mexico, the College of Santa Fe, and with her most influential mentor, Renata Armani Mencik Skoberne. Ellen is also an award winning santera, painter of religious images in the tradition of northern New Mexico. She has her art and music studio in Chimayo, New Mexico, where her family has lived for nine generations, and where she and her husband Hans have raised their six children.

Guitarist Roberto Capocchi has performed to critical acclaim throughout the United States, Brazil, Mexico, Canada and Belgium. He plays and offers workshops at festivals in North and South America, such as the Guitar Northwest, Haydn Festival International, Souza Lima Festival, Santa Fe Opera, Taos Chamber Music Group, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival - Music in the Schools, Serenata of Santa Fe, and Violão em Concerto. He has won top prizes in competitions such as the Sholin Memorial, Stevens Guitar Competition, Young Concert Artists, Villa-lobos Competition, Souza Lima Guitar Competition, Aracatuba Festival, Saint Marcelina Chamber Music Competition, and Mozarteum Competition. Combining Classical music, Latin and Brazilian Jazz, from Bach and Brahms to Piazzolla and Jobim, Capocchi's innovative programs often include premieres of music by composers such as Daniel Asia, Giacomo Bartolloni, Paulo de Tarso, and Sergio Assad. He has taught at MUSICI, Souza Lima Conservatory, and University of Arizona, where his students won the Schaeffer Guitar Competition and received scholarships from the Tucson Jazz Society and Universities in Arizona, Texas, North Carolina, Louisiana and California. He has a private teaching studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Mr. Capocchi was born in Brazil, where he received music degrees from the Lins de Vasconcelos Conservatory and Carlos Gomes College. From the University of Arizona, he holds a Master of Music Degree in Music Performance, and a doctorate, (D. M. A. - abd) in Performance and Music Theory. His teachers have included Sandra Costa, Henrique Pinto and Thomas Patterson.


You can find out more at www.capocchimusic.com, or chavezdeleitner.com


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Craig Smith, Music Critic. Pasatiempo, the "Santa Fe New Mexica


Chavez de Leitner and Capocchi have made a local name for themselves with Baroque and 19th-century music written for their instrumental combination. This, their first CD, explores pieces by Locatelli, Carulli, Paganini, and Handel in ingratiating performances.

Consider it for the music lover you're having trouble finding a gift for, or even as a treat for yourself.

Jay Boudreau

A knockout
Duo Guadalupe is a terrific CD; a beautiful and unique blend of violin and classical guitar you won't find elsewhere. You find yourself effortlessly immersed in the music and uplifted by its spirit, including Baroque, Classical, and modern compositions. Buy it!

Leo and Maria Buchinger

It´s really genious!
It`s such wonderful music, played so softly and smoothly-right perfect! It gets into your mind and opens up heart and soul. It´s really genious.