Here’s part three of our interview with Grisha Goryachev. He talks about how he got started as a kid in Russia listening to Sabicas records and about how transcribing pieces feels like composing.

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3 Responses to “Grisha Goryachev Interview (Pt. 3)”

  1. cuchares says:

    I’m confused.
    Grisha says he learned Juan Martin and played everything from the book,but later says he learned nothing from tablature.
    So coy.

    Which is it?
    How can anyone but a Spaniard play flamenco?
    Great question

    • Kai says:

      He’s referring to the pieces he performs – he’s learned all of those by ear. I think we can cut him some slack for learning from the Martin book when he was ten.

  2. […] Guitar Salon Blog has put up several video interviews with Grisha Goryachev. The third part is linked. It covers Grisha’s development as flamenco guitarist and how/why […]


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