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Classical Guitar Complete - The UK Association ...


JL: No, and actually I have a very happy association with Cleveland. It was one of the first places I ever performed in the United States, It was the last stop in my first tour. That concert was actually at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Funny thing is I actually bought my guitar in Cleveland.




Classical Guitar Complete - The UK Association ...



EGTA (UK) (Registered charity number 1125411) exists to improve the position of classical guitar teachers in the United Kingdom, and to provide a forum for UK classical guitar teachers to exchange views and participate in Continuing Professional Development activities.


Broadly speaking our operational aims are to continue to improve the standard of guitar teaching in the United Kingdom, to raise the status of the instrument, and to widen interest in classical guitar playing across the country.


We endeavour to achieve these goals through organising and supporting events around the UK; running an annual conference; providing advice and guidance to newly-qualified classical guitar teachers; campaigning for changes in curriculum and syllabus; advocating the inclusion of classical guitar teaching methods throughout UK music education; reaching out to our European colleagues for mutual support and solidarity.


A graduate of Jesus College, Cambridge, and Fellow of Trinity College of Music, London, Graham was formerly Head of Strings and professor of guitar at the City of Leeds College of Music and Tutor in Guitar to the Universities of Leeds and York. His publications include biographies of Andres Segovia, Joaquin Rodrigo and Gina Bachauer, books on guitar history, and aspects of musical form. An Advisory Editor and contributor to The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians and to The New Grove Dictionary of American Music and Musicians, he has been appointed as General Editor for a series of paperbacks on music for a leading American publisher. He has been an external examiner in guitar at the Royal Welsh College of Music, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, the Dublin Conservatoire, and the Leeds College of Music, and has been an adjudicator for international guitar competitions and music festivals in the USA, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Graham Wade is internationally acknowledged as one of the foremost writers on the classical guitar.


Jay Kacherski spent two years living in Mexico as a Fulbright Scholar and member of the guitar faculty at the Escuela Nacional de Música, the music conservatory for the National University of Mexico (UNAM) researching, performing, and promoting contemporary classical guitar music of Mexico. His guide and teacher for this work was the world-renowned Mexican guitarist Dr. Juan Carlos Laguna. Kacherski has since premiered and recorded many new works from Mexico and has created a complete catalog of Mexican guitar works with links to videos, audio, scores, and more that can be found at www.kacherskiguitar.com. His debut solo album Synthesis has been released on Frameworks Records and is comprised of all new works from Mexican composers of the 20th and 21st Centuries.


Andrea Cannon is a performer proficient in classical and jazz guitar. An alumna of Berklee College of Music, she studied Jazz Guitar Performance and also received an Outstanding Alumni Service Award. Post-Collegiate studies include Applied Performance in Classical Guitar with Robert Guthrie of Southern Methodist University.


Cannon directs Guitar Arts Pre-Collegiate Studio in Houston and is a jazz consultant to Spring Texas School District. She formerly directed applied guitar studies at Lone Star College-North Harris County. Her students have received awards for classical performance in competitions through Music Teachers National Association, Eastfield College, University of Texas-Dallas, the Brownsville Guitar Ensemble Festival, Houston Young Artists Concerts and the Guitar Foundation of America Ensemble Showcase. Jazz students have been selected to Region Jazz Ensemble and showcased twice at Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic.


Georgina graduated from UT-Tyler with a degree in Instrumental Music Education. Studying under Dr. Dan Kyzer, she formed the Classical Guitar Guild, a student-led club with the mission to help spread classical guitar across the East Texas region. She also performed at the 20th Annual Texas Guitar Competition along with her school quartet.


Isaac Engel is a classical guitarist from Oregon, currently active as a teacher, performer, and composer. At fifteen, he fell in love with the sound of the Spanish guitar and has pursued his passion to play guitar ever since. He plays Latin, Spanish, modern, and baroque music and his dream is to help people experience the beauties and the possibilities of life. Recent highlights include presenting the Great Music of the Guitar concert in Salem, performing in the McNary Theatre production of Mary Poppins, teaching and accompanying at the Corban Theatre Camp, and playing at regional wineries and corporate events. He is currently serving as a board member for the Corvallis Guitar Society. You can read more about him at isaacengelmusic.com


We offer classical guitarists the chance to perform in front of a small, supportive audience of likeminded guitarists. The goal is to gain vital performance experience and receive constructive feedback from a pool of musicians just like you.


Summerfield developed a close relationship with Barney Kessel, resulting in his presenting the guitarist in concert and master classes,[13] publishing three volumes of guitar solos, and writing the Kessel's authorized biography.[14] In 1976 Summerfield and two friends founded the Guitar Appreciation Society of North East England. This society presented classical, jazz, and flamenco guitarists in concert in the Newcastle-upon-Tyne area.[15]


Summerfield promoted many concerts, including an annual classical guitar series at the Wigmore Hall in London.[18][19] Starting in 1984, these concerts featured guitarists from different countries.[20][21] From 1991 Summerfield helped organize, with the Edward James Foundation, the first twenty annual international classical guitar festivals at West Dean College in West Sussex, UK.[22]


Born in Montenegro in 1983, Karadaglić first started playing the guitar at the age of eight and at 16 successfully applied for a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music. He was appointed a Fellow of the Academy in 2015. In 2016, BBC Music Magazine included him amongst six of the greatest classical guitarists of the last century.


Gramophone magazine praised Yang as one of the leading innovators of her generation for continuing to build the guitar repertoire, while Classic FM named her one of the 100 top classical musicians of our time.


Kenji Herbert is an internationally active guitarist, composer and educator. An alumnus of Berklee College of Music (summa cum laude, 2011), where he studied under Mick Goodrick and David Tronzo, he was an inaugural member of its honor program, the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. In the past, Kenji has held workshops at such institutions as the Conservatorio Puerto Rico, Koyo Conservatories in Kobe; Nagoya and the National Taiwan University of Arts. He has over 10 years teaching experience as a private instructor on both classical and electric guitar, as well as in the areas of improvisation and music theory. Kenji offers in-home guitar lessons all across NYC including New Jersey and Manhattan.


Kevin LutkeKnown for jazz and blues guitar but has been playing mostly classical guitar for the last 5 or 6 years, and writing a lot of solo pieces for the instrument. Studio in Wyckoff (Bergen County).


Leon MuhudinovExperienced and dedicated guitar lessons in studio or privately at your home. Students of all ages and levels. Many students participate in school and community settings while others perform regularly with various groups and projects, and continue to pursue their musical education, career, and passion. Posture, Technique, Sight Reading Notation/Tablature, Repertoire, Interpretation, Improvisation, Theory, Ear Training/Transcription, Composition are some areas covered. Emphasis on classical guitar technique; other styles include acoustic, fingerstyle, world and ethnic, folk, blues, and rock.


I specialize in classical guitar instruction and enjoy working with students of all levels and ages. Students can study with me in 3 locations. My home studio in Maplewood, NJ. At Rutgers Mason Gross School of the Arts Extension Division for those interested in intensive study with performance opportunities. And at Rutgers-Newark for students seeking a degree as a music major in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media.


If you are a qualified classical or flamenco guitar teacher in or near New Jersey and would like to be listed, please send your contact information and a brief statement of your qualifications, teaching arrangements, location, and anything else you would want a prospective student to know about you to njguitarsociety@yahoo.com.


Classical Guitar Review An online publication dedicated to the classical guitar with a range of articles, reviews, player profiles and other resources. Laurindo Almeida This is a link to the NEW and OFFICIAL Laurindo Almeida Web Site. Five time Grammy Award winner, Laurindo Almeida, now offers a web site of his many accomplishments over the years. Music, CD's, Books, Links and a lot of memories. Owned and operated by his wife Didi Almeida (Soprano Deltra Eamon). Lots of music and memories. Check this one out, you won't be sorry. 041b061a72


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