Boris Gaquere
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Boris Gaquere has studied classical guitar with the Assad Brothers. He pursues an international career with concerts in all major cities of Europe. He regularly performs both in North and South America as well as Taiwan and Japan. He has recorded albums in solo or with other musicians, in USA, Japan and Europe. As a composer, Boris' music is performed and recorded from Canada to Japan. "Xeque-Mate", Boris’ first solo album for VGo Recordings was recorded in San Francisco in 2003. Boris is privileged to duet with Odair Assad on the album’s title track; one of Boris’ compositions for this CD. "Carpe Diem" released with some pride in 2005, is Boris’ second album for VGo Recordings. The album focuses on music from the Baroque period. He has performed and recorded with artists such as Shin-ichi Fukuda, Yasuji Ohagi, Renato Martins, Manu Comté and Luc Pilartz. As a composer, Boris' has written works for solo guitar, guitar ensembles, as well as a concerto for guitar, accordion and string orchestra, called "Concerto de Sedan".