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Jul
17

Alex_Nocturne

Here’s more of Alexander Milovanov, this time playing Regondi’s Nocturne Opus 19 on a fantastic new Jose Ramirez 1a C650. You can check out the rest of Alexander’s videos here.

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Jul
12

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Here’s more of Alexander Milovanov, this time with a virtuoso performance of Giulio Regondi’s Introduction et Caprice, Op. 23, played on a Manuel Contreras N-2 classical guitar in spruce and ziricote. The N-2 is the top of the Contreras line before reaching the 1a and Double Top models.

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May
26

Alex_Chaconne

Here’s Alexander Milovanov playing Bach’s Chaconne from the Violin Partita in d minor – a guitar classic if ever there was one, and Alex does a fantastic job with it. He’s playing a new Jose Ramirez 1a C650 in spruce.

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May
10

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Here’s Alexander Milovanov playing Villa-Lobos Etude 12 on a fantastic 2016 Luis Fernandez de Corodoba spruce and walnut classical made with absolutely stunning materials and classic design.

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Mar
15

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Here’s Alexander Milovanov playing Bach’s Prelude in E Major, BWV 1006a, on a beautiful 2015 Christopher Dean cedar and Indian rosewood guitar, which features a ‘Bouchet brace’ and has the fast response we often associate with a spruce-top.

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Mar
07

AlexM_Etude-No.-7

Here’s Alexander Milovanov playing Villa-Lobos’ Etude No. 7 on an absolutely gorgeous 1995 Edmund Blochinger spruce and CSA rosewood guitar that seems perfectly suited for a fast piece like this. We have more videos of Alexander coming up, so stay tuned…

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Feb
18

Robert Schumann ‘Träumerei’ from Kinderszenen’                              Giulio Regondi ‘Themes from ‘Don Giovani’
Luigi Legnani ‘Terremoto con variazioni’                                    Luigi Moretti ‘Gran Sonata, Op. 11’
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Dec
08

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Here’s Alexander Milovanov with another virtuoso performance – Luigi Moretti’s Gran Sonata, Opus 11 played on a beautiful 1985 David Rubio guitar previously owned by Graham Wade and Mark Ashford.

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Sep
28

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Alexander Milovanov was back in town and he brought in a showstopper of a piece – Luigi Legnani’s Terremoto con Variazioni, which he played on a fantastic 2014 Jose Vigil cedar-top. Alexander is originally from Belarus and has had an impressive career already. He is currently pursuing his DMA at the University of Texas at Austin, under Adam Holzman.

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Apr
05

CONCERT LOCATION:
RECITAL HALL (ROOM 106), MUSIC BUILDING
LOS ANGELES VALLEY COLLEGE
5800 FULTON AVE.
VALLEY GLEN, CA 91401

The entrance to the Recital Hall is is from the hallway of the Music Building. Ticket sales begin 30 minutes prior to the performance.

The Music Building at Los Angeles Valley College, Valley Glen, is located in the northwest corner of the campus, at the corner of Fulton Avenue and Oxnard Street. Ample parking is available in Lot B, to the north of the Music Building. Please do not park in Lot C or the Faculty/Staff lot. One may enter Lot B from either Fulton Avenue, just south of Oxnard Street, or from Oxnard Street by turning into Campus Drive. Parking is free during the concert.

$20 General Admission, $15 Students and Seniors, $10 AGS members and LAVC students.

For more information about events at LAVC, check out the LAVC Music Calendar and LAVC and AGS Concert Series.


*This is to notify  of a change of artist for the LAVC Guitar Series concert on April 16, 2016. Due to entirely unforeseen circumstances, the originally-scheduled artist, Eleftheria Kotzia, is not able to carry out her tour this Spring. Be assured, she will be re-scheduled in a future season. For our upcoming concert, the remarkable young guitarist Alexander Milovanov has graciously agreed to come to Los Angeles on short notice. The performance will feature the Ten Etudes of Guilio Regondi as part of a varied and exciting program. We look forward to seeing you on April 16!