Uros Baric, the editor of Virtual Guitar Orchestra has shared a sneak peek footage from the second video which soon will be published on the GSI YouTube Channel!

“Scient, Safe and Sane”, a new piece by Sergio Assad, will be quite different from “Kaleidokithara” which was presented in the first edition of VGO. This time, the piece is going to be a merger combining the worlds of fingerstyle and classical guitar. Sergio also added new instruments which are going to provide a more differentiated sound, namely bass guitar and drums. Uros shared with us that the second video will be even more exciting because it’s going to feature more advanced editing techniques. All of the orchestra spots were filled out before the deadline, and the quality of the submissions is even higher than the last time.

We’re very proud to be the host of this project and have it published on our YouTube channel. We’re are also thankful to Augustine Strings that became a co-sponsor of this event together with the GSI Foundation.

GSI Foundation has also donated $2,500 to support this project. We’re still raising funds to make the second and the third edition of VGO possible. Click on the link below if you’d like to donate to support VGO.

“Scient, Safe and Sane” video will feature the following guest artists:


Pavel Steidl, Jeremy Jouve, Pablo Villegas, Antigoni Goni, Fabio Zanon, Jason Vieaux, Adam Del Monte, Margarita Escarpa, Tilman Hoppstock, Fabio Lima, Kevin Callahan, Alexey Vianna, Irina Kulikova, Pablo Marquez, Xuefei Yang, Brian Head, Iliana Matos, David Tanenbaum, Duo Siqueira Lima, Marylise Florid


Andy Summers, Ralph Towner, Peppino D’Agostino, Romero Lubambo, Sylvain Luc, Antoine Boyer, Joe Robinson, Martin Taylor, Miroslav Tadic, Thomas Leeb

Benjamin Shepherd – Bass, Peter Erskine – Drums

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