In part two of his series on Joaquin Rodrigo’s Fandango, Goran Krivokapic focuses on a technical issue encountered in this piece: slurs. Along with offering advice for executing one particularly difficult passage, Krivokapic also provides several general exercises students can use to help them master this technique.
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About Goran Krivokapic
Setting new standards with technical virtuosity and his characteristical interpretation of old and new repertoire makes Goran Krivokapić one of the leading guitarists of the new, international guitar scene.
He has performed all over Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa and Russia, appearing at major halls as the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Lubkowitz Palace in Vienna and Auditorio Conde Duque in Madrid.
As a chamber musician he is part of the Montenegrin Guitar Duo, together with Danijel Cerovic. Their performances have been highly acclaimed by both audience and critics who praise their historically informed performances of J. S. Bach’s English Suites in a new, fresh approach on two guitars.
Goran Krivokapic’s musical focus is on the development of new works for classical guitar, mainly through making his own transcriptions from the baroque and classical works, and collaborating with contemporary composers such as Dusan Bogdanovic, Gerard Drozd and composer Hendrik Hofmeyr.