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Feb
01

The 4th season of classical concert series in the San Fernando Valley. The series aims to provide a forum for artists and musicians to share their musical passions with the community.

The February 25th show features Mike Perlowin (steel guitar) David Lee Ruest (violin/viola) and Taro Wayama (guitar).

The musicians will provide a wine and refreshment reception after the concert.

A suggested donation is set at $5-10.

Dec
28

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Here are guitarist Taro Wayama and violinist David Lee Ruest playing Café 1930 from Astor Piazzolla’s History of Tango, with Taro playing a fantastic 2007 Pepe Romero Jr. maple and cedar guitar.

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Oct
12

Local Music Evolution is in its third season in the San Fernando Valley. The series aims to provide a forum for artists and musicians to share their musical passions with the community.

The October 22nd show features Sun Jung Lee (violin), David Lee Ruest (violin & viola), Thomas Foster (guitar) and Taro Wayama (guitar).

The musicians will provide a wine and refreshment reception after the concert, and they are asking for a suggested donation of $5-10.

For the address to the event, please contact Taro Wayama.

Aug
24

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Here are Taro Wayama and David Lee Ruest playing Bordel 1900 from Astor Piazzola’s History of Tango. Taro plays a 2005 Pepe Romero cedar and CSA rosewood guitar. Also, check out Taro’s piece Inside Green for two guitars and violin.
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Jul
28

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We had guitarist/composer Taro Wayama come in to record some music include his piece Inside Green for two guitars and clarinet, alto flute or violin, performed here with David Lee Ruest on violin. Taro plays a 2007 Jose Marin Plazuelo ‘Bouchet’ model from Granada and Thomas Foster plays a 2004 Richard Howell from Australia.

You can get the sheet music for Inside Green here.

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Nov
10

Taro Wayama & David Lee Ruest will play in concert at Los Angeles Classical Guitars (LACG) in Pasadena, CA. The suggested donation amount for this event is $5-$10. The program will contain music by Lauridsen, Astor Piazzolla and Taro Wayama himself, with special guest Tom Foster joining the show.

Concert Venue:
1341 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91106

Visit the LACG event page or call 626.529.0147 for more information.

Jan
29

Concert in Topanga Canyon
Feb. 14 at 3pm & Feb. 15 at 4pm
122 North Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Topanga, CA 90290

Taro Wayama will be performing solo works by Bogdanovic, Villa-Lobos, and Dowland. With guest soprano Susannah Murray, the duo will perform the beautiful Aria by Villa-Lobos, Dowland favorites and more.

Admission is free!

Check out the Facebook event page.

Jan
29

Concert in Topanga Canyon
Feb. 14 at 3pm & Feb. 15 at 4pm
122 North Topanga Canyon Boulevard, Topanga, CA 90290

Taro Wayama will be performing solo works by Bogdanovic, Villa-Lobos, and Dowland. With guest soprano Susannah Murray, the duo will perform the beautiful Aria by Villa-Lobos, Dowland favorites and more.

Admission is free!

Check out the Facebook event page.

Nov
04

Concert Location:
Recital Hall (Room 106), Music Building
Los Angeles Valley College
5800 Fulton Ave.
Valley Glen, CA 91401

Southern California classical guitar ensemble Duo Ex Ovo (Thomas Foster and Taro Wayama) will make its welcome debut on the AGS Series. Committed to expanding the repertoire, the duo’s unique program this season includes works of Rodrigo, Lynn, Bogdanovic, Gershwin, Wayama, and arrangements of Japanese children’s songs. As a substantial part of their busy schedule, the duo works closely with the Los Angeles Public Library to promote interest in live music through popular series of concerts and lectures.

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

Apr
10

The 4th season of classical concert series in the San Fernando Valley. The series aims to provide a forum for artists and musicians to share their musical passions with the community. The April 22nd show features Ivan Dantes (violin), Tom Michael Kane (voice/guitar) and Taro Wayama (guitar).

The musicians will provide a wine and refreshment reception after the concert. We are asking for a suggested donation of $5-10.

For the address please inquire with Taro Wayama.