The Mobius Trio is Robert Nance, Mason Fish and Matthew Holmes-Linder, who met while studying at the San Francisco Conservatory. Here they are performing Winton White’s arrangement of the second movement of Ravel’s string quartet in F Major on guitars by Robert Ruck, Tobias Berg and Greg Byers.

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2 Responses to “Mobius Trio plays Ravel”

  1. Ernesto Lunagómez is considered the most important guitarist-composer of his generation in Mexico, and has been recognized in national and international guitar competitions.

    His compositions have premiered in Thailand, Austria, Italy, Canada, Egypt, Spain, Indonesia, Brazil, Venezuela, and Mexico.

    Lunagómez currently chairs the department of guitar and harmonic instrument at the University of Veracruz, is Director of a children’s choir, and has presented their productions ”Flight of Hopes” and “Mixtli” at international guitar festivals in Venezuela, Brazil and Mexico. He also serves as a jury member in national and international competitions.

  2. Eric says:

    Bravo, Mobius Trio! I love Ravel’s String Quartet in F and this arrangement and the playing of this movement of it are both absolutely stellar! Thank you!


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