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I haven’t noticed any crisis. About Our aim The team History. Complete editions are Frederic Zigante’s specialty: Community Links Countries Recording Services.

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If yes, how good were you at it? People need to be educated about classical music, before they can really appreciate it. During the next two months I will be preparing a new repertory for my CD recordings and I will be working on my critical edition of Villa-Lobos’ Etudes.

What or who was your biggest influence as an artist? My father and my brother Manuel.

In essence, his tendency for established values and the ongoing fascination for the infinite possibilities within the purity of a piece is not a sign of conservatism – but rather of class. Interpretation is a task: And yet, he is by no means an anachronism. Is there a crisis? After this reserach I bring out my personal emotions on the condition that they do not affect the composer’s idea.


But his power can be negative and he can destroy music, modify it or misinterpret it. This is what some performers do sometimes, they even cut off some parts of the works!

First I need a contract then I shall begin thinking about it! Just imagine what would happen if someone went to a museum and decided to change the colors on a painting: Behind this desire for integrity hides no pathologically prolific mind, but a man who searches for profundity and who wants to use the power vlila interpretation to the good.

What constitutes a good live performance in your opinion? This is how an interpreter and a composer can cope to “travel” together without any conflict. I am a little bit annoyed by crossovers but I do realize that it is frederix a fashion that will pass without too many damages. False, the only thing about which people need to be educated is listening with curiosity: What really makes the difference is the music that is written for it.

An interpreter has a great power in his hands because without him the work has no life and can’t be heard. Someone who takes care of other people’s problems. You are given the position of artistic director of a concert hall.

It is necessary to know exactly what the composer intended but this isn’t always possible on the only basis of the written text. What would be on your program for this season?


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If a perfomer has nothing to say and simply plays the music, he should stay home. The one that mediates between the written text and the auditors. I would probably be a medical doctor or a politician. There are still so many works to be discovered and recorded even for instruments like the guitar. You need to see lobs whole picture here – after all, that is what Frederic Zigante is all about.


With a clear mind, he recognises current cross-over tendencies and hip genre-bending see his answers to our Festival-question! The hardest part about being a musician is to often be alone and the best frederric to get emotion during a performance. How do you balance the need to to put your personal emotions into the zogante you play and the intentions of the composer?

An interpreter’s task is to give life to emotions that are latent in the musical text not only to play them! I live between two beautiful Italian towns: This is the way to discover beauty in all music, not only classical.

Villa-Lobos: Complete Guitar Music

How would you describe the relationship with your instrument? I play both baroque and classic guitar and I consider them two different instruments. Have you ever tried playing a different instrument? What do you tell them? But I know that I shall certainly not: