History of the Concerts of Miguel Angel González Aguado.
Since he was a child, Miguel Angel González Aguado has done concerts in all Spain.
The places where he did his concerts are of many kinds: City Theatres, Schools and Colleges, Churches, Main Squares, Radio and Television. The History of the concerts of Miguel Angel González Aguado could be able to be summed up in decades.
Although he played in a concert in his own school in the 70’s, we’re going to relate his “official” concerts that are the ones that he did since the 80’s.
In the decade of the 80’s, when Miguel Angel González Aguado was child and young, he played concerts in the following Spanish towns and cities: (they are grouped in this list depending on the provinces or Spanish territories)
Comunidad de Madrid: Algete, Fuente el Saz and Madrid city.
Province of Segovia: Ayllón
Province of Cuenca: Belmonte and Las Pedroñeras
Province of Granada: Pinos Puente
Province of Cáceres: Navalmoral de la Mata
Province of Pontevedra: Cangas, Lalín, Cambados, Moaña, Redondela and Porriño
In this decade Miguel Angel Gonzalez Aguado concentrated in the Comunidad de Madrid (The Spanish State of Madrid).
He played in the most of the towns and cities of that Spanish territory such as: Tres Cantos, Torrejón de Ardoz, Soto del Real, Buitrago de Lozoya, Torrelaguna, Fuente el Saz, Algete, Collado Villalba, Pozuelo de Alarcón, El Vellón, El Berrueco, Navalcarnero, Galapagar, El Espartal, Patones, Cercedilla, El Álamo, Pelayos de la Presa, Las Rozas and many others.
Miguel Angel Gonzalez Aguado did also concerts in Madrid city (such as City of Valencia School or Mara University School) and also played in Onda Cero Radio, Onda Verde Radio and Tele Madrid. He did also concerts in several towns and cities of Toledo province (like Añover del Tajo), Guadalajara province (like Uceda) and Guadalajara city.
In this decade Miguel Angel González Aguado played several concerts in Switzerland (for example in Wintertur and Rapperswil)
-Since year 2000 to the actual time.
This decade started with the publication of the CD “Canción de Invierno” by Miguel Angel González Aguado and with many interviews of Spanish newspapers, magazines, radios and televisions. Miguel Angel González Aguado wants to thank all the support that they gave to him.
Miguel Angel González Aguado is the author of the 15 pieces of the CD “Canción de Invierno”.
The entire CD is instrumental: 13 pieces are for Classical Guitar, one for Indian Sitar (“La Senda de los Elefantes”) and another piece, “Tormenta”, is for electric and classical guitar at the same time. This means that during “Tormenta”, Miguel Angel González Aguado is combining both guitars and, at the end, both guitars are played at the same time, the electric guitar hammering the strings with the left hand (tapping) and the classical guitar with the right hand. You can see in this web site the list of digital stores from more than 40 countries of the entire World where you can buy in MP3 the CDs by Miguel Angel González Aguado: “Canción de Invierno” and "Composiciones Secretas" (he si also the author of the 14 compositions of this instrumental CD that has been edited in december 2013).
Most of the interviews in Spanish radios or televisions included that Miguel Angel González Aguado played live some of his compositions of his CD “Canción de Invierno”. The cities where Miguel Angel González Aguado was more interviewed are Madrid, Toledo, Valencia, Alicante, Murcia, Segovia, Ávila, Salamanca and Pontevedra.
In this decade, Miguel Angel González Aguado did concerts in the following places of the Comunidad de Madrid: Alcobendas, Torres de la Alameda, Leganés, Valdemoro, Getafe, Pozuelo, Torrelaguna, El Molar, El Álamo, Ciempozuelos, Morata de Tajuña, Rascafría and Madrid city. Also in this decade Miguel Angel González Aguado played concerts in: Ajofrín (Toledo), Oliás del Rey (Toledo), Azuqueca de Henares (Guadalajara), Alcantarilla (Murcia), Villena (Alicante), Toledo city and Sevilla city.