Taso Comanescu is just finishing his Master’s degree at USC where he studies with Scott Tennant and Adam Del Monte (he did his undergrad work with Christopher Parkening). He also plays with guitarist Mak Grgic and in an Italian folk band with the tenor Charles Castronovo. He stopped by to shoot some videos and we recorded him playing Bach’s Bouree BWV1006a on the new Gabriel Lodi guitar and and two Irish Hornpipes arranged by David Russell on the new Otto Rauch guitar. Check out Taso’s website at www.TasoGuitar.com.

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6 Responses to “Taso Comanescu at GSI”

  1. jim perrotti says:

    Fantastic playing!!!

  2. Tom says:

    On the evidence of the nice playing and these recordings, an impressive body to the sound of the Lodi.

  3. Buzz in Wheeling says:

    Absolutely fabulous playing! may you have a long and very successful career. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Taso says:

    Thank you everybody!

  5. Andy says:

    Very good playing. I’m impressed.

  6. Andy says:

    Very good playing. I’m impressed. I started 7 yars ago with the guitar.


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