Highlights: Classical guitar plays Rock n' Roll! St. Louis' own John McClellan performs 'Paint it Black,' a Rolling Stones classic. Michael Chapdelaine's arrangements from his album "Grapevine" include such favorites as Eric Clapton and the soulful tune 'I Head it Through the Grapevine.' The later half of the show has even more surprises... Two tracks from the LAGQ album "Guitar Heroes" and classical arrangements of the band Queen's pop rock ballads.
Highlights: Another holiday special of "Inside Classical Guitar," featuring classical guitar Christmas recordings by Christopher Parkening, the Small Torres Duo, and the Boccherini Guitar Quartet.
Highlights: It's beginning to feel a lot like (guitar) Christmas... Check out the set list for tonight's 'Inside Classical Guitar' radio show, linked below, which includes holiday classics for guitar solo, duo, flute duet, and quartet. A fantastic show for this season.
Highlights: We enter the world of the Opera for this week's program for the "Inside Classical Guitar" radio show. All selections are from "The Cavatina Duo at the Opera," the latest release from duo and husband and wife, Spanish flutist Eugenia Moliner and Bosnian guitarist Denis Azabagic.
Arrangements for guitar and flute appear on this album from the following operas: 'Der Freischütz,' 'Carmen,' 'The Magic Flute,' 'Tancredi,' and 'The Carnival of Venice.'
Also, John Clayton announces an exciting award given to the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society...
Highlights: An all Vivaldi program featuring the Romeros both as a family and as soloists.
Highlights: "Charlie Byrd and The Washington Guitar Quintet"- A Jazz guitarist on nylon strings, Charlie Byrd plays Gershwin classics such as 'I've Got Rhythm,' along with Jazz legend Bix Beiderbecke arrangements, and ends on an homage of the great Gypsy Jazz guitarist Django Reinhardt. John Clayton also shares what he is thankful for this Thanksgiving season.
Highlights: We go back in time to the Golden age of the Guitar in Italy, where Mauro Giuliani and Ferdinando Carulli were ascendant. Who was the better guitarist? And more importantly today, who was the better composer? Tune in and you make the call!
Highlights: Known as an innovator during the bossa nova movement in 1960s Brazil, Edu Lobo's compositions are cultural classics in South American and internationally. The Brasil Guitar Duo's 2012 release 'Zansibar - The Music of Edu Lobo' features the music of Lobo for two guitars, arranged by João Luiz, member of the duo with Douglas Lora.
Highlights: Tune in for John Clayton's account of our recent Fundraiser "Play it Forward" which occurred at the Shaved Duck restaurant. Music by Jorge Morel, and a preview of Duo Mirić--Tanja and Darka Mirić--who visit nine local schools in Bosnian neighborhoods, and perform on November 7 in their St. Louis debut at the Ethical Society.