In the latest All Strings Considered podcast Scott Wolf talks with John Dearman of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.

From Scott:

“Using a cappuccino to bribe John Dearman to stop by, he talked about his experiences as a member of the Grammy Award-winning ensemble, the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet. We had a great conversation about how they rehearse, the keys to their success and sheer staying power—the group is now in its third decade—their particular group dynamic, as well as his great suggestions on arranging and transcribing for guitar quartet.

Winter is the perfect time to listen to Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite, and with heat waves all over the U.S., it seems all the more appropriate to hear it from a guitar ensemble based in Los Angeles. Additionally, you’ll hear the L.A.G.Q. (John Dearman, Scott Tennant, William Kanengiser, and Matt Greif) play selections from their amazing version of El Amor Brujo, a Jobim medley from their recent release Brazil, and lot’s more.”

You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the ‘Media’ menu (at the top of our site) and choosing ‘podcast’ or you can subscribe or listen on iTunes by clicking here.


Both comments and pings are currently closed.

One Response to “All Strings Considered – LAGQ”

  1. Tom says:

    As no one has pointed out that this podcast is not on iTunes, I guess not many tried to follow the link. A pity – this is such a great series. (Access from the ‘Media’ menu works OK.)


Change language: