All Strings Considered — Paul O’Dette

March 5, 2013

Scott Wolf interviews Paul O’Dette Paul O’Dette truly needs no introduction. One of the leading figures of the early music movement, guitarist, lutenist, and conductor Paul O’Dette has performed in festivals in virtually every major city in the world, he has made over 120 recordings, among those the complete solo lute works of John Dowland, […]

All Strings Considered — Danny Green

February 15, 2013

Scott Wolf interviews Danny Green Endeavoring to bring you something new and outside of the usual guitar spectrum, please allow me to introduce you to Latin jazz pianist Danny Green. We spent some time discussing his latest album, A Thousand Ways Home, a collection of tunes that shows Danny’s special synthesis of jazz, classical, and […]

Ernesto Bitetti talks about Segovia, Indiana, and recording

February 6, 2013

Ernesto Bitetti interviewed by Brad Conroy, article published in Guitar International 2/5/2013 Read more

All Strings Considered — William Kanengiser

February 1, 2013

Scott Wolf interviews William Kanengiser I had a great time hanging out and chatting with Bill Kanengiser this week. He did an amazing prepared-guitar demo, as well as showing me how L.A.G.Q. gets some of those amazing sounds on their eponymous CD. You’ll also hear Bill discuss his latest work with Shingo Fujii, as soloist […]

Book review: The Blue Guitar, by Anne Ireland

Review written by Sarah Green and published in the National Post. It is an unusual subject that Ann Ireland chooses for her long-awaited fourth novel, The Blue Guitar: an international classical guitar competition in Montreal. Read More

Tangents crowd source support for 2013 season

January 31, 2013

Tangents, a series for new, recent, and contemporary music for guitar in San Francisco Tangents indiegogo web page: http://www.indiegogo.com/tangents2013

Gabriel Ayala to play at inaugural gala

January 20, 2013

Article by Joseph Treviño, published in the Arizona Daily Star He’s played all over the world before aristocrats, dignitaries and even the pope. On Monday, Gabriel Ayala, Tucson’s own guitar virtuoso, teacher, classical composer and recording artist, may play in front of President Obama during the Native Nations Inaugural Ball. READ MORE

After San Jose, Gorbach heads for Carnegie Hall

January 19, 2013

As Carnegie Hall audiences eagerly await Vladimir, he will be performing for us here! His musical approach is broad and varied – simultaneously deep and expressive while also youthful and bright. Gorbach showcases a truly refined sense of dynamics and employs purposeful, punctuative pizzicato while he weaves hypnotic lines of counterpoint. — Times Union Read […]

All Strings Considered — Grisha Goryachev

January 14, 2013

Scott Wolf interviews Grisha Goryachev Grisha speaks about his quest to enrich the classical guitar canon through the addition and performance of works by the great composers of the solo flamenco guitar, like Sabicas, Paco de Lucía, Rafael Riqueni, Gerardo Nuñez, Manolo Sanlucar, and others. It’s inspiring to hear about the role his father had […]

Indian Classical Guitar: An Introduction and Review of Two DVDs

January 10, 2013

A fascinating article about classical guitar in India, written by Mike Oppenheim, published in the most recent issue of Guitar International.


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