May 6, 2013

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.

August 12, 2013

Program Highlights for August 12, 2013:  Our Fourth and Final Installment of The Segovia Legacy, includes classic guitar favorites Asturias by Albeniz,Homenaje on Death of Debussy by De Falla, Pavana and Canarios by Sanz, Recuerdos de la Alhambra by Tarrega, and Fantasia para un Gentilhombre by Joaquin Rodrigo.  

September 02, 2013

Highlights Include:  Wonderful music by the Jim McCutcheon-Mark Twehues Duo, for oboe and guitar from their album Moscow Nights. Music of Tchaikovsky, Kchataturian, Kabalevsky, and more. Also children's music from A Day with the Guitar Man by the host of The Intimate Guitar on Dayton Public Radio, Jim McCutcheon!

September 09, 2013

Highlights include: A preview of music from all of the upcoming performers during the Society's 50th Anniversary Season. Music from Fabio Zanon, William Kanengiser, the Festival of Four, Ana Vidovic, Duo Noire, and Jason Vieaux.

September 16, 2013

Highlights include: A continuation of a music preview from all of the upcoming performers during the Society's 50th Anniversary Season. Music from Fabio Zanon, William Kanengiser, the Festival of Four, Ana Vidovic, Duo Noire, and Jason Vieaux.

September 30, 2013

Highlights include: Music performed by Thomas Flippin and Chris Mallett of Duo Noire, including Haitian composer Franz Casseus, Russian composer Nikita Koskin, Two Figments by Ray Lustig, Etude 7 of Heitor Villa-Lobos, and A Soldier's Sonata, composed and performed by Thomas Flippin.

October 14, 2013

Highlights include music of Duo Noire once again, both solo and in duo, including J.S Bach, with performances by mandolinist Chris Thile and harpsichordist Scott Ross. Also music of Haitian composer Franz Casseus and St. Louisan Scott Joplin.

October 21, 2013

Highlights include: Music from some of the fine guitar duos the Society has sponsored since 1990: Includes The Assads, Duo Melis, Brasil Guitar Duo, The Beijing Duo, The Newman-Oltman Duo, Katona Twins, Hill and Wiltschinsky Duo, Pearl and Gray, Andriacco and Castellani, the Strano Sisters, and our local guitar duo of John McClellan and Kirk Hanser.

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