They include a concert recorded live in the Rideau Chapel of the National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa), the CBC/McGill Concert Series in Montreal and two invitations to perform at Prince Edward Island's Indian River Festival. Recitals and concert tours have taken her to Canada, the U.S.A., Britain, France, Italy, Portugal, Holland, Switzerland, Germany, Luxembourg, Sweden, Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Morocco and mainland China where she became the first Canadian to teach the classical guitar and was named "Honorary Advisor" to the Guitar Societies of Shanghaï and Beijing. Vincea was invited to represent Canada at the 10th International Strings Festival in Rabat, Morocco and also performed a recital for an audience of government officials and diplomats at the official residence of the Canadian Ambassador. In addition to her solo concerts, she has performed in numerous chamber music ensembles and has recorded for television and radio in Switzerland and Germany and for Radio France, CBC Radio-Canada and Chinese State Radio.
Vincea's CDs "Guitar Originals", "Intermedio" and "Classique!" have been widely acclaimed for their high quality, choice of repertoire, energetic musicality and beautiful sound. They are regularly reviewed in international guitar and music magazines in France (Guitare Classique), Belgium (Guitares), Italy (GuitArt), Germany (Staccato), Poland (Swiat Gitary), England (Classical Guitar Magazine), Canada (WholeNote) and the USA (Soundboard). An all-duo album entitled "Guitar Duo" was released in 2011. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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