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On Sunday, April 27th at 3pm, SGS hosts young guitar prodigy, Chase Onodera, student of Scott Cmiel, master teacher at the Youth Division of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Opening for Chase are the guitar students of Auburn's Live Oak Waldorf School, directed by Nan Shaw. Enjoy their Sunday afternoon program at CSUS Capistrano Hall Recital Hall 151, our regular meeting location. Hospitality provided by Starbucks and our members.
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See these great artists at the "acoustically perfect"
Scott-Skillman Recital Hall at HARRIS CENTER FOR THE ARTS at Folsom Lake College
626 E. Bidwell Street, Folsom
(916) 983-0763, open Tues-Sat.
Oct. 6, 8pm
Oct. 7, 2pm
Nov. 3, 8pm
Nov. 4, 2pm
March 2, 8pm
March 3, 2pm
Remaining 2013-2014 Concert Season:
May 11 Showcase Concert - Matthew Fish- classical guitar, Samantha Wells - classical guitar, and the Trio Spanish Beat - Paolo, Rodrigo and Francois - at the Theatre on San Pedro Square
May 10, 8:00pm - Grammy Nominee PAUL GALBRAITH
June 21, 8:00pm - CLASSICAL GUITAR AND ORGAN
Opening act by Artistic Director Larry Aynesmith, recital by keyboard great RODNEY GEHRKE, duos for Classical Guitar and Organ. www.paloaltoguitar.org
April 26, 7PM - Room PAC 106, Sacramento City College (in the Music Building) 3835 Freeport BLVD Sacramento, Ca, 95822
May 4th, 7PM - Dixon United Methodist Church, 209 North Jefferson St., Dixon, Ca, 95620
more info: 530-759-9071
Friday May 16 8pm
24 August-6 September 2014
Dear guitar friends
The Incontri Chitarristici di Gargnano 2014 is officially announced so you can see here all the information about the classes (Oscar Ghiglia, Elena Papandreou, Massimo Lonardi) and about the competition:
Friday November 7 8pm
Chris Proctor House Concert in Shingle Springs - info email@example.com
Spring 2015 SGS performs for Music At Noon series at Westminster Presbyterian Church
May 11 2016 SGS performs for Music At Noon series at Westminster Presbyterian Church
Planned SBGS concert dates at Le Petit Trianon for 2014-15:
Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014 1:30
Saturday, Oct.11, 2014 7:30pm
Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 7:30pm
Saturday, March 7, 2015 7:30pm
Sunday, March 8, 2015 6:00pm
Saturday, April 11, 2015 7:30pm
Saturday, May 9, 2015 7:30pm11th European Classical Guitar Competition “Enrico Mercatali" - Gorizia [Italy]
July 4, 2014 Classical Guitar Competition "ANGEL G. PIÑERO" in El Puerto de Santa María, Cadiz, Spain. -
Application deadline: March 31, 2014.
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Sacramento Guitar Society's 2013-14 Concert Season at Harris Center for the Arts (formerly Three Stages)
Reserved seat tickets, $12-$39. SGS Member Discounts 10% per concert
Click photos for artist links and information.
A look back at the 2012-13 Concert Season at Three Stages
Concerts, Meetings, Rehearsals, Festivals, Masterclasses - a celebration of guitar!
Below, Chase Onodera at San Francisco Conservatory with his teacher Scott Cmiel and David Tanenbaum, Chair, Guitar Division. Click on Scott's name and move to 3:44 to see Chase perform the Little Prelude in Dm by Bach, or from the beginning for Scott's advice on how to be centered and balanced with a guitar. Scott regularly turns out gifted young performers from his studio, several of whom we have presented, including Ashwin Krishna, Wu Love and Alexander Stroud.
Chase Onodera plays for the April 27th meeting at Sac State! Photo courtesy NPR's
"From The Top"
ISAAC BUSTOS winds up our season of concerts at Harris Center / Three Stages May 3rd and 4th We are thrilled to host Nicaraguan native Isaac Bustos, currently teaching at Texas A&M University. In the fall of 2008, Isaac released his debut CD titled Caprichos y Sonatas which Soundboard magazine described as “…one of the best…it has everything one could want.”
He has won an impressive number of top prizes in over 12 major international competitions, 7 of which are First Prize.
Dr. Bustos' Sacramento program will include music of Narvaez, Milan, Albeniz, Reis, Legnani, Rodrigo, Scarlatti, Koshkin and Rojas. A great blend of old and new, presented in the best listening environment in the county. Choose either a Saturday night concert or a Sunday matinee, 2pm. Tickets are $39 for front row only, $29 for the rest of the room, and discounts are given seniors, students, guitar society members and children 12 and under.
Your patronage of these concerts underwrites our ability to bring Isaac Bustos to local schools, connecting students with fine arts in music.
COMING UP MAY 18th at 3pm - our last monthly meeting of the year (July-June) and our SPRING CONCERT - featuring:
DIRECTED BY SEAN O'CONNOR
Mark your calendars for this annual tradition!
SACRAMENTO GUITAR SOCIETY is grateful for the support of our members and these major sponsors:
Kremona North America, hand made guitars, since 1924. Featuring the Artist Series
See one of our concert programs for a complete listing of individual sponsors.
The Sacramento Guitar Society (SGS) is participating in the BIG Day of Giving, a local initiative to increase philanthropy in the Greater Sacramento region. The BIG Day of Giving will take place during a 24-hour period on Tuesday, May 6, 2014. Starting at midnight, donations to SGS will be accepted through givelocalnow.org with a goal to inspire members and donors to support SGS’s programs. We ask you give an online donation ($25 minimum) that will be partly matched by corporate funds.
Sat. May 3, 8pm; Sun. May 4, 2pm - Isaac Bustos
"Music of the Americas" at Harris Center for the Arts