Solo recital by guitarist David MOZQUEDA, Professor of the Universidad de Guadalajara
David MOZQUEDA: "The Journey" suit
Andromeda | Monterey Park
Napoléon COSTE: Les soirées d'Auteuil op.23.
Andrés SEGOVIA: Estudio sin Luz
Leo BROWER: Suit No. 2
Preludio | Allegro burlesco | Andantino (un poco lento)
Federico Moreno TORROBA: Madroños
Manuel Maria PONCE: Sonata III.
Allegro moderato | Chanson | Allegro non troppo
Joaquin TURINA: Sonata op.61.
David MOZQUEDA was born in Guadalajara Jalisco, México. In 1999 he studied Master of Music at USC Thornton School of Music. Mr. Mozqueda has taken master classes with: Pepe Romero, David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Alirio Díaz, among others. In March of 1994, he participated in the “Concurso Internacional de Guitarra Manuel M. Ponce” (México City) where he was awarded the second prize. In 1993 he also took part in the “The Great Lakes Classical Guitar Competition” (Akron Ohio) winning the second prize. From 1982 to 1987 Mr. Mozqueda won national guitar competitions organized by INBA (Fine Arts National Institute) in México, winning the first place for four consecutive years. Early in his carrer he won two consecutive first prizes in Classsical guitar in the “Concurso Cultural para la Niñez” in México City. Mr. Mozqueda has played concertos with many leading orchestras in México, including the Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco. He has recorded compact discs with the “Cuarteto Concertante”, the “Ars Antiqua” ensemble and his own CD called MEMORIAS, on which he plays “La Historia del Tango” by Piazzolla, with the Costarrican flutist Nury Ulate. Mr. Mozqueda is currently teaching the BM Program in guitar at the Universidad de Guadalajara School of Music. He also hosts a radio show called “Las Seis Cuerdas”(The Six Strings) on the State Cultural Radio Station, and in 2006 he was the Director of the First International Guitar Festival of Guadalajara. He conducts a Youth Orchestra and Guitar orchestra and presented in several festivals in México. He has played in the most important festivals in México, South América, and Europe, such as the Festival Chitarriztico in Treviso and Ascoli Pizeno in Italy, Guitar Festivals in Rörsrat, Dortmund and Köhln in Germany, also in Madrid Spain. Festival Internacional de Guitarra in Cuernavaca, Festival Internacional de Guitarra del Noreste in Saltillo, Festival Hispano-americano de Guitarra in Tijuana, Festival de Guitarra in Paracho, Festival International de Guitarra in Morelia, Festival Internacional de Monterrey, Guitar Festival, Festival Cultural in Zacatecas, III Encuentro Internacional de Guitarra at CENART in México City, Columbia College in Chicago, USA, Kingstone Chamber Music Festival in Rhode Island USA, Festival Internacional de Paracho (among Costas Cotsiolis, Judicael Perroy, Pavel Steidl) and in the Festival Internacional de Música Antigüa in Chiquitos, Bolivia. Recently, he received an honored invitation from the Governor of Jalisco to premier the Sala de Conciertos de Cámara of the Teatro Degollado with a Guitar Concierto de Gala. In april 2002 He attend an invitation of The Piedmont Classic Guitar Society to play in The Reynolda House Museum of American Art In Winstom Salem, North Carolina, in 2005 and 2006 was invited to participate to play with the Concert Master of Philadelphia Philarmonic, David Kim, to the Rhode Island Chamber Music Festival and in 2006 he performed a Concert Series with David and Gale Miwa in the New York area. Recently, he was invited to offer Master Classes and Concert at Modesto Junior College in California USA. In June 29 of 2007, he premier as a soloist with Nury Ulate, and with the Jalisco Philarmonic Orchestra, el Danzón Nº 3 de Arturo Marquez. Recently, he received an special prize in Treviso, Italy for his musical trayectory and his collaboration in the guitar diffusion.As a soloist with orchestras Mr. Mozqueda has developed a very important career, he has played Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez, Fantasía para un Gentilhombre, Concierto Andaluz, Manuel M. Ponce’s Concierto del Sur, Ramón Noble’s Concertino, Concierto Andaluz with several orchestras such Orquesta Filarmónica de Jalisco, Orquesta Filarmónica de Michoacán, Orquesta de Cámara del Conservatorio de Las Rosas, Orquesta de Cámara de Nayarit, Orquesta Filarmónica de Guanajuato, Filarmónica de Querétaro among others. Jalisco Ing.