The Little Library Concerts presents Bruno Camhaji
Bruno Camhaji plays Präludium J.S. Bach BWV 997 – guitar Zbigniew Gnatek for the Little Library Concert www.concert-classical-guitar.com;
An arrangement made by Bruno Camhaji in D minor (original in C minor).
Bruno Camhaji – https://www.facebook.com/people/Bruno… – plays with a Zbigniew Gnatek luthier guitar tuned in 415.
Trained with guitarist and lutenist Terence Waterhouse, Bruno Camhaji studied modern guitar and early music, especially the Renaissance lute and romantic guitar. His meetings with personalities of the musical world, such as the conductor Pierre-André Valade, the harpsichordist Laurent Teycheney, and guitarists Oscar Cacérès, Beetho Davezac, Tania Chagnot and Judicaël Perroy came to enrich his training as a musician. He has participated in many festivals: Les Nocturiales de Redon, La Ciotat festival, Le Printemps des Musées, Les Musicales de Compiègne and was invited to play in Russia, Madagascar and Central America. He also played with Provence-Méditerranée orchestra, the Ensemble Orchestral le Col’legno and the Paris Rive Droite Orchestra with which he performed sol guitar concertos (Vivaldi, Fantasia pour un Gentilhomme et Aranjuez de Rodrigo and 3 danses concertantes de Brouwer), as well as double concertos (flute and guitar by Carulli and the guitar and bandoneon by Piazzolla). Last realizations : 2020-21 The history of the Tango before and after Piazzolla, for saxophone and guitar, creations of Gieco, Giner and Fischer (disc in preparation), 2018 oganizer and musician of “Bach à Köthen”, a series of 4 concerts of 8 Suites, 2015 Concierto de Aranjuez with the Paris Rive Droite Orchestra, 2012-13 “Platero y Yo” of Castelnuovo-Tedesco for actor and guitar, 2010-11 “The Diwan of Moïse Ibn Ezra of Castelnuovo-Tedesco for voice and guitar at the Jewish Music Festval of Carpentras.