José Feliciano: a name that is synonymous with music! An international presence that has influenced popular music for more than two generations; a name that is synonymous with a force that has bridged musical styles in a way that has never been equaled. José Feliciano is recognized as the first Latin artist to cross over into the English music market and as “The Greatest Living Guitarist” he has been awarded over 45 Gold and Platinum records. He’s won 9 Grammy® Awards out of an astounding 19 nominations, and is also the recipient of the LARAS Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Joining José Feliciano on stage for this very special evening will be the Greek-Canadian guitarist and composer Pavlo. The musician’s Mediterranean music speaks for itself and has become famous for bringing every audience to its feet.
“The rhythmic accuracy, musical balance and blend of the entire ensemble approached perfection.” ~ Haps Magazine, Korea
WHERE: Flato Markham Theatre (171 Town Centre Blvd, Markham)
WHEN: Friday, October 23, 8 PM
TICKETS: Prime $84, Regular $79
BUY TICKETS ONLINE: markhamtheatre.ca
BOX OFFICE: 905-305-7649 | Location & Directions
About José Feliciano
José Feliciano has been acclaimed by critics around the world as “The greatest living guitarist”. Referred to as “The Picasso of his Realm,” Jose Feliciano’s accomplishments are highly celebrated. He’s been awarded over forty-five Gold and Platinum records; he has won nineteen Grammy nominations, earning nine Grammy Awards, including the “LARAS Award for Lifetime Achievement. Read more…
For being all instrumental, Pavlo’s Mediterranean music speaks for itself. When Pavlo was ten, he spent hours hidden away practicing his guitar. Pavlo’s parents realized very soon that his connection to the instrument was undeniable. Instead of discouraging him, Pavlo’s father told him, “Have the courage to do what you love, and the drive to do it well.” Read more…
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