The Estepona City Council informs that the Axarquia Duo will perform a harp and cello concert next Friday, October 14, at 8:00 p.m., at the Padre Manuel Cultural Center.
The Axarquia Duo was born in Malaga in 2020, and is made up of Tibor Tejeda del Río (harp) and David Lastre Castillo (cello), who will perform an entertaining repertoire, with adaptations of works by classical composers such as Manuel de Falla, Max Bruch or Camile Saint-Sean, among others, as well as works originally written for the formation.
Both have performed numerous concerts in which they enjoy the acceptance of the public and critics. Among his performances, those performed at the Cervantes Theater in Malaga, the Revellín Theater in Ceuta, the Manuel Padilla Auditorium in Almería or the Manuel de Falla Auditorium in Granada, among others, stand out.
Tibor Tejeda. At the early age of 8, he began his musical and harp studies at the “Manuel Carra” Professional Conservatory of Music in Malaga, under the supervision of the teacher and great reference, Lidia del Rio. At 17, he continued his studies in the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Málaga, under the supervision of María Jesús Bedoya Ruíz and Maite García Donet, with whom she obtained a harp degree.
Tibor has played in many orchestras throughout the peninsula and Europe, under the baton of masters such as Juan Baeza Baeza, Francisco Matín Jaime, David Carmona, or Juan José Navarro, among others. He has also performed as a soloist or in different types of groups, such as duos and trios, in places such as the Cervantes Theater in Malaga, the National Theater in Istanbul, in Turkey, the National Theater in Algiers, or the National Theater in Brussels, among others. others.
David Ballast He began his musical and cello studies at the age of 8 at the “José Hidalgo” conservatory in Torre del Mar, under the supervision of Professor Consuelo Navarro. In addition, she has studied with Elena Cames, Carmen María Elena González, this being her great reference, and with Sergio Gómez Puertas.
Like Tibor, David has played in many orchestras throughout the peninsula and Europe, under the baton of teachers such as Juan Baeza Baeza, Javier Giner, María del Mar González, or Diego González, among others. Likewise, he has performed as a soloist, or in groups such as duos and trios at the Cervantes Theater in Malaga, the Manuel de Falla Auditorium in Granada, the Reverín Theater in Ceuta, or the Ateneo Romano Auditorium in Romania, among others.
Tickets for this concert are priced at €10, and can be purchased at the box office from one hour before the start of the show.