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Sep
11

nocturne

Here’s Matthew Fish playing Johannes Möller’s Nocturne on a lovely 2015 Mark Usherovich guitar in cedar and Indian rosewood. Matthew has released a CD of Möller’s guitar music entitled ‘From Her Source to the Sea’ which you can check out at his website.

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Jul
04

Matthew-Fish

Here’s Matthew Fish playing Tobin Roye’s Pandorian Suite on a gorgeous 1961 Hermann Hauser II which was played but also meticulously preserved over 5 decades. It is a beautiful example of the work of one of the last century’s great luthiers.

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Dec
29

It’s been another amazing year for guitar music over here at GSI and as the year wraps up we’d like to take a moment to thank all of the amazing musicians who have lent us their time and talent to create the great videos we publish every week. We obviously couldn’t do any of it without them and we are extremely grateful for the music and for the friends we’ve made over the years in our quest to record every guitar we can get our hands on! So here, in more or less reverse order of appearance, are the artists who have shared their talent with us this year:

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Apr
03

Location:
Trinity Episcopal Church
200 Island Ave.
Reno, Nevada 89501

For info and registration details, visit: www.cgwest.org

Guest Artists include: Duo Siqueria Lima, Sedona Farber, Matthew Fish

*Classical Guitar Competitions with Total $5000.00 Prizes
Adult and Youth Competitions

*Masterclass with Duo Siqueira Lima

All Concerts free to public and Donations are Requested!

Apr
03

Location:
Trinity Episcopal Church
200 Island Ave.
Reno, Nevada 89501

For info and registration details, visit: www.cgwest.org

Guest Artists include: Duo Siqueria Lima, Sedona Farber, Matthew Fish

*Classical Guitar Competitions with Total $5000.00 Prizes
Adult and Youth Competitions

*Masterclass with Duo Siqueira Lima

All Concerts free to public and Donations are Requested!

Feb
14

Los-Ramirez

Here’s a great and very in-depth interview with Amalia Ramirez from Roseta Magazine, the magazine of the Spanish Guitar Society. Javier Suárez-Pajares discusses the history of Ramirez, Amalia’s personal involvement in some rough transitions during the 1980’s, and her vision for the future of the Ramirez brand. You can click here to read the article in Spanish, or continue to read the full article in translation below.

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May
02

• Festival Dates: July 21-22, 2016, Reno, Nevada
• Additional performances: June 25, Carson City, July 10, Reno
• Featuring Grammy Winner Andrew York
• All Concerts Free, Donations Requested!
• See www.cgwest.org for complete info and online registration.

Grammy Winner Andrew York
Thursday, July 21, 7:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada

Duo SF
Thursday, July 21, 1:15pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada

Philip Manwell and Larry Aynesmith
Friday, July 22, 12:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada
Featuring renowned keyboardist Philip Manwell on the Casavant pipe organ, Larry Aynesmith on Classical Guitar, with a performance of the Vivaldi Concerto in D and other works.

Adult Competition Finals
Friday, July 22, 2:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada
The public is welcome to this exciting competitive event.


The competition is one of the most exciting parts of this festival, and CGWest is very proud to host one of the few guitar competitions on the West Coast. The competition is open to classical guitarists of any age and skill level. For competition rules and registration, please visit www.cgwest.org, and for ay questions, please email Matthew Fish.

May
02

• Festival Dates: July 21-22, 2016, Reno, Nevada
• Additional performances: June 25, Carson City, July 10, Reno
• Featuring Grammy Winner Andrew York
• All Concerts Free, Donations Requested!
• See www.cgwest.org for complete info and online registration.

Grammy Winner Andrew York
Thursday, July 21, 7:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada

Duo SF
Thursday, July 21, 1:15pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada

Philip Manwell and Larry Aynesmith
Friday, July 22, 12:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada
Featuring renowned keyboardist Philip Manwell on the Casavant pipe organ, Larry Aynesmith on Classical Guitar, with a performance of the Vivaldi Concerto in D and other works.

Adult Competition Finals
Friday, July 22, 2:00pm, Trinity Episcopal Church, Reno, Nevada
The public is welcome to this exciting competitive event.


The competition is one of the most exciting parts of this festival, and CGWest is very proud to host one of the few guitar competitions on the West Coast. The competition is open to classical guitarists of any age and skill level. For competition rules and registration, please visit www.cgwest.org, and for ay questions, please email Matthew Fish.

Dec
03

isbinblog

Acclaimed for her extraordinary lyricism, technique and versatility, multiple GRAMMY Award winner Sharon Isbin has been hailed as “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time”. She is the winner of Guitar Player magazine’s “Best Classical Guitarist” award, and the Toronto and Madrid Queen Sofia competitions, and was the first guitarist ever to win the Munich Competition. She has appeared as soloist with over 170 orchestras and has given sold-out performances in the world’s finest halls, including New York’s Carnegie and Avery Fisher Halls, Boston’s Symphony Hall, Washington D.C.’s Kennedy Center, London’s Barbican and Wigmore Halls, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, Paris’ Châtelet, Vienna’s Musikverein, Munich’s Herkulessaal, Madrid’s Teatro Real and many others. She has served as Artistic Director/Soloist of festivals she created for Carnegie Hall, the Ordway Music Theatre (St. Paul), New York’s 92nd Street Y, and the acclaimed national radio series Guitarjam. A frequent guest on NPR’s All Things Considered and Garrison Keillor’s A Prairie Home Companion, she has been profiled on television throughout the world, including CBS Sunday Morning and A&E. She was a featured guest on Showtime Television’s hit series The L Word, and a soloist on the GRAMMY nominated soundtrack of Martin Scorsese’s Academy Award-winning The Departed.

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Nov
23

starobinblog

David Starobin is the dedicatee of more than 350 new works which he has performed throughout the world, collaborating with ensembles including the New York Philharmonic, the National, Houston, San Francisco, Saint Louis, and BBC symphony orchestras, the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Danish Radio Orchestra, the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra and the Emerson and Guarneri quartets.

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