Germán López
With Antonio Toledo
Performance Dates
Saturday, November 4, 2017 6:00pm at Stevie Eller Dance Theatre

“...a symphony of 11 strings in four hands; unbelievable in its orchestration and arrangement...It was a feast of nature and the highest art form of which acoustic stringed instruments are capable. -

Join us for this intimate, magical evening!

The evening begins with a Spanish-inspired dinner on the Stevie Eller stage, followed by an intimate performance with this talented and unique duo.

Germán López is the most innovative modern exponent of the timple, the emblematic folk instrument of the Canary Islands. He will be performing with acoustic guitar virtuoso Antonio Toledo, originally from the Azores.

  • Concert and pre-show dinner on stage. Tickets $125 each ($85 is tax deductible).
  • Concert and pre-show reception with light hors 'd oeuvres and refreshments. Tickets $75 each ($55 is tax deductible).  

Seating for this very special event is limited, please order your tickets early! The timple is a small five-stringed instrument that resembles a ukulele. Related to South American instruments such as the cavaquinho, cuatro, and charango, the timple is intrinsic to the music of the Canary Islands. It has a fuller, richer resonance than a ukulele.