Time to get back to basics! Let's hear American guitarist David Leisner, a well-respected J.S. Bach interpreter, play his all-Bach program for us. In addition, David is one of the few musicians of any instrument to have found his own methods of recovery for focal dystonia in his right hand. A fascinating and heart-warming story indeed!
Tune in for this fresh, eclectic show, featuring Konrad Ragossnig, Guitar (& Lute) with Walter Feybli, guitar. Mostly music of Latin America, with a beautidul Sarabande of J.S. Bach thrown in for good measure!
Lets start the new year with some new Sonatas (at least new to Inside Classical Guitar)! “Novecento Guitar Sonatas Revisited– Cristiano Porqueddo.” That is, sonatas from the second half of the 20th century performed by Italian guitarist Cristiano Porqueddo. Music of Evgeny Anatolyevich Baev, Gilbert Biberian, Alfred Uhl, Franco Cavallone.
Let's revisit a performer we sponsored on our Great Artist Series in fall of 2009: Spanish guitarist Ignacio Rodes. How about we listen to him play an iconic Spanish composer? Will Joaquin Rodrigo qualify?Listen in for our all-Rodrigo program!
A program built around the ubiquitous "Prelude"--so named even though in the world of guitar they often stand alone! This program conceived by American guitarist Jack Sanders--so we'll play along!.
Inthis cas, all music from south of the border as well.
The Holidays are here, and this week's program is unapologetically on point! Holiday music featuring traditional carols and unexpected treats, with guitarists Christopher Parkening, Andrew York, Stephen Pasero, the Small-Torres Duo, and St. Louis favs Douglas Niedt and John McClellan!
Join us for “Works for the Violin and the Guitar.” Music of Niccolò Paganini and Mauro Giuliani. Performed by Itzhak Perlman, violin, John Williams, guitar; and by Julian Gray, guitar, with members of the Diaz Trio.
Join us for performances of the legendary guitarist John Williams, as he performs a novel program of concertos originally written for other instruments: violin, organ, and oboe! Music of J.S. Bach, G.F. Handel, Allessandro Marcello, Francois Couperin.
Introducing another new guitarist on the scene, the American Adam Kossler, based in North Virginia. And some fresh repertoire indeed: 1. Miroslav Loncar: La Margheritina; Luigi Legnani: Fantasia Brillante, Op. 19; Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco arr. Angelo Gilardino: Capriccio Diabolico; Manuel Ponce: Sonata III; and Jean Sibelius arr. Adam Kossler: In Mournful Mood!
Introducing a new performer to listeners of Inside Classical Guitar, Greek Guitarist Elena Papandreou. She studied with Evangelos Boudounis and Oscar Ghiglia. Hear Elena play one of the most popular guitarist composers of our time, Roland Dyens!