Great submissions, very enjoyable to listen to!
I thought you especially did a good job with Narvaez! I must confess that I wouldn't have noticed the wrong note at 0:46 if you hadn't mentioned it, as it was harmonically ok. The only other place where you stumbled was the scale run in m. 29-30. I agree that it's a difficult piece to get 100% right and clean. You probably still need some practice with chords starting at m. 33, as you slowed down significantly for that final part, unless you did that on purpose?
With Tarrega study, I didn't get that minuet feel, mostly because of the way you phrased it (e.g. in measure 2 you had a long break between the first and second beats, making the first line 2 phrases instead of one; and similarly for the 2nd line, etc.).
In m. 7 I think you play the last note as b instead of a#. Measure 8 sounds rhythmically a bit odd, because you give the grace note full 16th note duration, making the measure one / 16th note longer. The problem is even worse in m. 26, where I think there's some hesitation after the grace note. It sounds quite off to me.
Having said that, you nailed all the difficult parts, and those few issues I noticed should be easy to fix.
One additional tip for m. 14. You can play the 2nd beat chord without changing position, by playing g# at 4th string, like it's notated.