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The Afghan Guitar Project

New York-based classical guitarist Colin Davin will be traveling to Kabul in June for his second visit this year to teach at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music. Among the many needs at the...


New laws allow instruments on airlines

After almost a decade of lobbying the US congress, the American Federation of Musicians has succeeded in getting legislation passed which allows instruments to be taken on US air carriers as carry-on baggage. Previously,...


Carlos Pérez plays for TEDx

A really wonderful performance from a great musician. Carlos talks (in Spanish) very eloquently about the guitar, its repertoire and the mix of elements in music from South America.  


Brouwer Tribute in New York

Yesterday I took the Metro North up from New York to sit in on two fantastic masterclasses at Yale University, one by Raffaella Smits and the other by Odair Assad. I was really struck...



FESTIVAL 21 RETURNS TO BOSTON Contact:  Frank Wallace, (917) 693-5603; SPONSOR Boston Classical Guitar Society WHO Rafael Aguirre [Spain], Olson/De Cari Duo [NYC], Maarten Stragier [Belgium], Nathan Kolosko, Jose Lezcano, BCGS Community Guitar...


Guitar News Aug 18 2010

Deutsche Grammophon Signs Classical Guitarist Miloš Karadaglic In an anemic classical music recording industry, its pretty big news that Mr Karadaglic has been signed by one of the most prominent labels in the biz....