Born in Geneva or perhaps Genoa in to an unnamed German mother who may have died at his birth, Giulio was raised by an Italian father some say step-father or foster father who was himself a talented guitarist, composer, and baritone. Young Regondi exhibited prodigious talents on the guitar; in Paris, in the age of such masters as Sor, Carulli, Carcassi and Molino, Regondi, usually performing in duo with his father, enraptured critics while still no more than seven or eight years old.
The Regondis, father and son, arrived in London in and achieved critical and financial success there, touring throughout the British Isles. Young Giulio somehow survived this trauma, and, with the help of friends and foster parents, became a resident of London and continued to earn a living as a performer.
On one occasion, he performed in duo with another child prodigy, Catherine Josepha Pelzer, who became the doyenne of the Victorian guitar world under her married name, Mrs Sidney Pratten. In he shared a concert with the Viennese pianist Moscheles and the famous soprano Maria Malibran. Several years earlier Regondi had also taken up the newly invented concertina and quickly developed a phenomenal technique on this instrument, further evidence of his extraordinary musical talents.
Regondi toured the continent with the cellist Joseph Lidel, performing on both guitar and concertina; once in he performed in duo with Clara Wieck Schumann in the Gewandhaus in Leipzig. There were other concert tours, but Regondi lived most of the rest of his life in England. Weiss on her eight string guitar. The additional range in the bass resonated throughout the hall, further carrying her full, legato tone.
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Throughout the performance her playing was warm and present. Looking forward to an exciting week at gfa! Cajetans right across the way. The King Center began to bustle with guitarists as they arrived for ensemble rehearsals in the late afternoon. People flooded onto campus to get settled before the opening concert, Grammy Award winning guitarist and the youngest GFA winner ever, Jason Vieaux.
One could hear his tonal nuances and details even in the furthest seat. The program remained engaging and enthralled the audience continuously.
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At the end of the concert the audience gave Vieaux an instant standing ovation. What an incredible way to start of the gfa Convention! The team got a sneak peak at the venues and spaces, pictured below. Public Not listed Private.
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