Frances Griffin and Leo Turner have performed extensively throughout the UK and Europe. They have also performed on Television and Radio both at home and abroad. Performances include formal concerts, corporate events, weddings and foyer concerts at the Barbican, National Theatre and Royal Festival Hall.
They have performed in Masterclasses with John Williams, Eduardo Abreu and Gilbert Biberian. Their repertoire is extensive and includes works from the Renaissance to contemporary music covering Classical, Latin, Jazz and Spanish styles.
Their repertoire is extensive and includes works from the Renaissance to the present day although recently they have been concentrating on Latin and Spanish music. However, regardless of the repertoire their playing is always guaranteed to be dynamic, dramatic and demonstrate their passion for the music they perform.
"Playing of striking sensitivity" - Guitar International
"These two artists play with an impressive feeling for style" - Birmingham Post
"Their playing was at all times characterised by a natural fluidity and ease" - Guitar International
After their sell out concert last year Frances Griffin and Leo Turner make a return visit to the Crescent with an evening of music from Spain, South America. Chase away those winter blues and get ready for spring with an evening of tangos, choros and classical master-pieces played by these two outstanding guitarists.
- Tango, Milonga y Final
- Maximo Diego Pujol (1957-)
- Córdoba from 'Cantos de España', arranged for Guitars
- Isaac Albéniz (1860-1909)
- Fernando Sor (1778-1839)
- Ritual Fire Dance from El Amor brujo
- Manuel de Falla (1876-1946)