Mexican guitarist Morgan Szymanski will present his latest project “Sketches of Mexico”, in London on April 26th.
Born in Mexico in 1979, Morgan Szymanski picked up his first guitar aged 6. After studying at the National Conservatory of Music of Mexico and at Edinburgh, he received a scholarship from the Royal College of Music in London where he studied under Carlos Bonell and Gary Ryan.
He has made numerous solo appearances in many countries, however over the last year he has played at some of the UK’s major venues and festivals such as Cadogan Hall, Bridgwater Hall, King’s Place and the Royal Opera House.
In regard to his partnerships, he has worked with artists such as Mark Padmore, Priya Mitchell, Marcelo Nisinman, the Sacconi quartet, Phuong Nguyen, Adam Walker and Clara Mouriz, among others.
He has been described as “a player destined for future glories” by Classical Guitar Magazine and as “one to watch” by other publications.
In his upcoming London appearances he will present “Sketches of Mexico”, a unique collaboration that combines Mexican music with the work of visionary artists from the United Kingdom, Mexico, Portugal, and China.
It takes place Thursday 26th of April at 7:30 PM at Bolivar Hall (54-56 Grafton Way, London, W1T 5DL). To buy tickets, follow the link:
(Translated by Mark Stokes – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)