Inside Classical Guitar
The Weekly Radio Show from the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society
Highlights Included: Selections from the Album "Musings," by Martha Masters and Risa Carlson: Duo Erato.
Music by Pierre Petit, Cesar Frank, Johan Padowetz, Ernesto Cordero, and Fernando Sor.
Highlights Include: Continuing to Honor the Guitar Foundation of America International Competiton Winners, This Show Continues the Feature on Guitarists who are Previous Winners of the GFA International Competitions dating back to 1982. Music by Joseph Hagedorn (1990), Marc Teicholtz (1989), Franco Platino, Mary Akerman (1985), Martha Masters (2000). Also music by Franco Platino, Gaelle Solal, Scott Tennant.
Highlights Include: In Honor of the Guitar Foundation of America International Competition and Convention Jun 25-30, 2013, This Show Features Guitarists who are Previous Winners of the GFA International Competitions dating back to 1982.
Highlights Include: Preview of Guitarists to Appear at the Upcoming GFA Convention Jun 25-30, 2013
Highlights Include: Music from 50th Anniversary Gala Dinner Participants
Highlights Include: Interview with Flamenco Guitarist Ronald Radford.
Music from his CD "Viva Flamenco."
Highlights Include: Interviews with John McClellan and Kirk Hanser of the Hanser-McClellan Guitar Duo.
Music from their CD's "Jongo" and "La Vida Breve."
Highlights include: Interviews with guitarists Alan Rosenkoetter, Douglas Niedt, and Guitar Society Historian Dale Larsen Alan and Doug discuss their livlihoods and early careers in St. Louis. Dale discusses the history of the guitar in St. Louis, and the upcoming historical video to be unveiled at the 50th Anniversary Gala.
Music from Douglas' CD "Pure Magic."
Highlights include: Interviews with guitar instructor Rodney Stucky; Interview with guitarist Douglas Back;
Musical Selections by William Foden, from Doug Back's CD "American Pioneers of the Classic Guitar."
Featuring Parlor Gems and Concert Works of William Foden (1860-1947) and Justin Holland (1819-1887).
Our inaugural show features an Interview with legendary American Guitarist Christopher Parkening, who discusses his recent retirement from the concert stage, his connection to Andres Segovia, the pursuit of excellence, and an overview of his life choices as contained in his autobiography "Grace Like A River."
Musical Selections from the fifteen albums released over his performing career.