Our 16th annual GuitarFest will be at Santa Teresa High School, 6150 Snell Ave., San Jose, CA, 600 Building theater & classrooms, 9:00am - 4:00pm, Saturday March 7 2020 with an evening concert at First United Methodist Church in downtown San Jose on Saturday with Judicaël Perroy. Deadline to submit an adjudication application is Feb. 7, 2020.
Day events at Santa Teresa High School, 600 Building. Enter the campus from Santa Teresa Blvd., park in the student parking lot and enter the GuitarFest area through the main concert hall doors.
Evening concert at First United Methodist Church 24 N. 5th St., San Jose. CA
There will be four players in the Master Class. Each player will get a 30 minute interval of time. Contact Jerry Snyder, Artistic Director if interested - firstname.lastname@example.org
$5 to audit, free to donors of SBGS
It's like a mini-Master-Class. Perform your selected work and get expert advice from the adjudicator. Open to players of all ages. Each soloist or ensemble gets a 20 minute interval of time. Cost is $15 for solo players and $25 for ensembles. Any questions, please email email@example.com
Deadline to submit an adjudication application is Feb. 7, 2020
Saturday March 7: Lawrence Ferrara, professor at the San Francisco Conservatory
Clinics on a variety of topics from performance tips to history and demonstration of different guitar styles.
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Saturday Clinics 03/07/20
10:00-10.50 - Finding Contrapuntal Voices in the music with John Vidovic, Choir Room
11:10-12:00 - Harmonics on the guitar with Steve Lin, Choir Room
01:00-01:50 - Basics of flamenco guitar for classical guitarists with David Paez, Choir Room
02:10-02:50 - Jazz for Classical Guitarists with Mason Razavi, Choir Room
This clinic aims to demystify some of the basics of jazz harmony and improvisation for the classical guitarists.