Week of September 25, 2107

“Season Preview, Part One”--A selection of musical treats as performed by the artists to be presented in fall, 2017: Music of Francois Couperin, Dusan Bogdanovic, and Sergio Assad, performed by Xavier Jara; Vivaldi's Concerto in G major for 2 Mandolins, RV 532, performed by The Kithara Duo; and music of Enrique Granados and William Walton as performed by Meng Su and the Beijing Guitar Duo.

Week of August 28, 2017

Our show entitled “Federico Moreno Torroba Concertos - 1,” featuring Pepe Romero and Vincente Coves, guitars. Includes solo works from "Suite Castellana" and "ires de La Mancha," movement IV from"Diálogos entre guitarra y orquesta," and the entire "Concierto en Flamenco."

Week of August 7, 2017

The first of two shows on the legendary Andres Segovia: "Part One, - Bach!" Features music from 'Cello Suite #1; Lute Suite in Em, BWV 996; Suite #3 in A major, BWV 1009; and concludes with the monumental Chaconne from Partita for Solo Violin No. 2 in D minor, BWV 1004.

Week of July 24, 2017

Selection from the CD entitled "Fantasias" featuring guitarist Rupert Boyd. Music of Luigi Legnani, Julian Arcas, Byron Yasui, Philip Houghton, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Manuel de Falla, David Russell, Miguel Llobet.

Our Guitar Horizons Education Program is garnering national attention as a model for community engagement. An article written by our Director of Education was published in the September edition of Soundboard Magazine, a publication of the Guitar Foundation of America. ... read more

Week of July 10, 2017

We go back in time with our show entitled “Douglas Back Plays Foden & Holland.” Native St. Louisan Doug Back is the acknowledged specialist in the unique American repertoire of music by Justin Holland (1819-1887) and William Foden (1860-1947). Special bonus: a conversation with early music specialist Anson Brown, who taught for us in Guitar Horizons during 1916-17. Here is the promised video of Anson filmed by HEC TV 's “Music for the Mind” on Jennings Junior High Guitar Club.


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