Petrit Ceku with Albanian works participates in “Nagoya Guitar Festival”

The acclaimed Albanian guitarist Petrit Ceku has enjoyed his many followers while announcing his participation in a festival in Japan.

 

With a post on his Facebook account, the Albanian guitarist announced his debut at the Nagoya Guitar Festival.

 

The Albanian star of the international guitar and stage will perform  Albanian music, mainly with the interpretation of the work of the composer and conductor from Kosovo Rafet Rudi.

 

Petrit Ceku has an admirable career developing from one festival to another and from one participation to another.

 

In September he participated in “Cyprus Guitar Festival” while regularly performing at prestigious festivals such as: Remusica, Samobor Festival, Panama Guitar Panama, Guitar Virtuosi in Moscow etc.

 

With “Trio Elogio” Petriti is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its founding. To celebrate this moment of  career Petriti and colleagues are holding several concerts, including at the Skopje Philharmonic Hall and … of course in Zagreb.

 

These celebrations will also be followed by the inauguration of the new album entitled ‘Mozart · Ruždjak · Dvorák’.

 

As for his pedagogical activity this year he has been invited to give the subject of Chamber Music the guitar department at the prestigious Kunstuniversität University in Graz.

 

Next year the University’s guitar students will have the opportunity to attend a Master’s Degree in Chamber Music.

 

Meanwhile the recital concert in Japan will be held at “Munetsugu Hall” in Nagoya. For this debut Petrit himself has been very excited.

 

Last year, a film titled “Sarabande” by Kosovo director Kaltrina Krasniqi premiered in Pristina.

 

The film is dedicated to guitarist Petrit Ceku as he traveled to Spain to record Bach’s works.

 

Asked why the public should see this film, director Krasniqi said: “Because Petrit Ceku is the greatest virtuoso of the guitar alive.”

 

/Opusalb/

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