Here’s Jennifer Kim, playing Barrios’ ‘Un Sueño en la Floresta’ on a Felipe Conde CE-4 cedar-top guitar.

At 17, Jennifer is making a serious name for herself in the classical guitar world. She began playing at the age of 8, studying with her father, and at 10 started studying with Jack Sanders. Since then she has won the 2015 Indiana International guitar Competition, Spotlight Awards Grand Prize, and has been a prize winner in the Parkening and GFA competitions. Jennifer also appeared on the NPR show, From the Top, and recently toured in Florida.

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16 Responses to “Jennifer Kim – Felipe Conde C4”

  1. tom says:

    Stretches? What stretches?! A great performance and a nice guitar.

  2. Nick Carracino says:

    She’s absolutely fabulous!!!

  3. rojarosguitar says:

    Very beautiful … the guitar is also very nice…

  4. Jose Ademir says:

    I like ,very good.Excelent

  5. sam halstead says:

    Whew!! Simply lovely !

  6. Elisabeth Beniers says:

    ¡Extraordinary! Most enjoyable.

  7. A beautiful child who plays well.

  8. Peter says:

    Wow! Very fluid. I wish I had a technique like that when I was her age. God bless her….her future is now.

  9. Ranger says:

    M Kim’s fingers are like ten tiny and gifted Ballerinas dancing in a field of strings. The sound quality is perfect, she is a gift to us all!

  10. Cheech says:

    Wow, I have to go practice

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  12. Bob Vasquez says:

    Very, very nice. That high C (20th fret) was great; I can only get a “thud”.

  13. Michael Rooney says:

    wonderful love the way she commands the upper registers really extraordinary to me bella

  14. tonino say. says:

    Only agels canproduce this kind of melodic sounds from sixs string ( fantastic wel done)

  15. Jay Rosenberg says:

    Heartfelt and impressive performance with beautiful tones!
    Then I look up the guitar: $2750! This must be the new Golden Age of guitarists and guitars.

  16. Gerald Wilson says:

    A beautiful performance of a brilliant composition. This is what music is really all about. I’ll be playing it several times a day for the next month or so. Blessings on you my dear.


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