Bcgs09 10 Program

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This is the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society 2009-10 Season Program completed on 9/8/09.

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  1. 1. Please show your support by doing business with our advertisers. Baltimore Classical Exceptional Individually Handcrafted Classical Guitars Guitar Society 2009-2010 Concert Season From Around the World GUITARS INTERNATIONAL Katona Twins BY ARRANGEMENT WITH ARMIN KELLY Saturday, October 3, 2009, at 8 p.m. 216.752.7502 Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall, www.guitarsint.com Cleveland, Ohio info@guitarsint.com Towson University Warm, Powerful, Brilliant & True Jason Vieaux Saturday, December 5, 2009 at 8 p.m. Galli Genius Strings Baltimore Museum of Art Distributed in North America by Guitars International 216.752.7502 www.guitarsint.com Cleveland, Ohio info@guitarsint.com Lukasz Kuropaczewski Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 8 p.m. Baltimore Museum of Art Manuel Barrueco Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 8 p.m. Harold J. Kaplan Concert Hall, Towson University The BCGS programs are supported by The Maryland State Arts Council, The City of Baltimore, The Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, The D’Addario Foundation for the Performing Arts, and Free Fall Baltimore which is made possible by a grant from Mayor Sheila Dixon and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and featuring young artists ChromaDuo & The Arts. Special thanks to Free Fall Baltimore media (Tracy Anne Smith & Rob MacDonald) sponsors: The Baltimore Sun, The Urbanite, Maryland Public Television, WBAL-TV, WJZ-TV, WMAR-TV, Sunday, February 7, 2010 at 3 p.m. WUTB-TV, WBFF-TV, CW-Baltimore, WYPR-FM, 92Q-FM, Magic 95.9-FM, WWIN-AM, WOLB-AM. An Die Musik BCGS • 4607 Maple Avenue • Baltimore, MD 21227 • (410) 247-5320 • www.bcgs.org
  2. 2. T Baltimore Classical Guitar Society BCGS Master Classes he BCGS is proud to bring classical guitar BCGS.org Visit us online at www.bcgs.org and sign up 2009-2010 Concert Season master classes to everyone! October is the month for three distinguished FREE master for our mailing list, become a member, buy a subscription, and make a donation. Professional classes. All three classes are open to per- members may post their information on a designated Katona Twins Lukasz Kuropaczewski formers and auditors. To attend, you have to register page, and all of the BCGS guitar events information is Saturday, October 9, 2009 at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 8 p.m. right at your fingertips. Harold J. Kaplan Hall, Towson University Baltimore Museum of Art on the BCGS web site. Go to BCGS.org – EVENTS – MASTER CLASSES. There you can click on the “The Hungarian Katona twins... are stunning: full of the flair, drama “A master technician which displays artistic maturity well beyond his years...” (Classical Guitar Magazine) registration form. All classes take place at Hope Share Your Music and passion.” (BBC Radio 3) Presbyterian Church. Last season, the Open Stage meetings were a huge Hungarian born Peter and Zoltán Katona make up the Katona Polish guitarist Łukasz Kuropaczewski has given recitals worldwide, success. Take advantage of a unique opportunity to Twins, a guitar duo which has given recitals throughout the including London, Berlin, Paris, Rejkjavik, Prague, Sofia, Minsk, the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York and the Concertgebouw in Risa Carlson • Sunday, October 11, 2009 play in front of a hand-clapping audience on world. The twins have won numerous prizes, both individually and together. In 1998 they won the Concert Artists Guild Amsterdam to name a few. He performs as guest artist every year at • 1 – 4 p.m. selected Saturday evenings at Hope Presbyterian Competition held in New York, and in 1997 they were winners at the most important music festivals, where he also works with Franco Platino • Sunday, October 18, 2009 Church in Baltimore. All levels of classical guitar the Young Concert Artist Trust auditions in London. prominent artists such as Igor Yuzefovich (assistant concertmaster of the Baltimore Symphony), Jan Stanienda, Martin Chalifour • 1 – 4 p.m. players are welcome to play, or, you can just come From the age of ten the twins have studied both individually (concertmaster of the Los Angeles Symphony), the musicians of Ray Chester • Sunday, October 25, 2009 to mingle and listen to others. and as a guitar duo in Budapest, Frankfurt, and at the Royal Concerto Avenna, the San Antonio Symphony, the Cleveland Academy of Music in London. During their studies they Symphony, and the Polish Radio National Symphony Orchestra. • 1 – 4 p.m. benefitted from classes with Julian Bream and John Williams. BCGS Ensemble The Katona Twins have been invited on numerous occasions Mr. Kuropaczewski was granted a full scholarship at the Peabody In addition, the BCGS will present the The BCGS ensemble is always welcoming new to record for the BBC and other international television and Conservatory where he studied with his mentor Manuel Barrueco in radio stations. the prestigious Artist Diploma program. He is now on the faculty of the following master classes: members! Composed of mostly non-professional Ignacy Jan Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznan, Poland, and a guitarists, this unique group performs under the College House Music Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. Mr. Kuropaczewski has released five critically Katona Twins will teach a master class presented baton of distinguished guitarist and music Jason Vieaux acclaimed CDs. in collaboration with Towson University on Sunday, professor Ronald Pearl. Typically they perform at Saturday, December 5, 2009 at 8 p.m. October 4, 2009 at 11 a.m. Performers will be least twice a season. Rehearsals are weekly at Baltimore Museum of Art Manuel Barrueco students of Towson, however, the class is open to Loyola College; see bcgs.org, OPPORTUNITIES. “...among the elite of today’s classical guitarists.” Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 8 p.m. auditors for a $5 fee. To reserve a space, go to BCGS. (Gramophone) Harold J. Kaplan Hall, Towson University org – EVENTS – MASTER CLASSES. Volunteer “A major artist with remarkable musicianship and a world of Contribute to the BCGS by becoming a One of America’s leading guitarists, Jason Vieaux has earned a devoted international fan base. Recent performance technique... simply and consistently awesome.” (Los Angeles Times) Jason Vieaux will teach a master class around the volunteer! We are always looking for enthusiastic highlights include recitals for New York’s 92nd St. Y series and Grammy-nominated Mawnuel Barrueco is internationally recognized time of his performance with the BCGS in December guitar lovers to help out at concerts: usher, San Francisco’s OMNI Foundation for the Performing Arts, concertos with North American orchestras from coast to coast, as one of the most important guitarists of our time. His unique artistry of 2009. Exact date/time will be posted on BCGS.org. distribute programs, drive an artist, as well as has been continually described as that of a superb instrumentalist and a debut for the prestigious Nürtingen International Guitar a superior and elegant musician, possessing a seductive sound and photograph BCGS events. Please contact us by Festival in Germany, tours of Mexico, debuts in Brazil and Lukasz Kuropaczewski will teach a master class filling out the contact form on our web site if you uncommon lyrical gifts. His career has been dedicated to bringing the Poland, and triumphant returns as “series favorite” in Boston, guitar to the main musical centers of the world. During three decades around the time of his performance with the BCGS are interested in becoming more involved. Hartford, Cleveland, Knoxville, and St. Petersburg. of concertizing, his international tours have taken him to some of the most important musical centers in the world. in March of 2010. Exact date/time will be posted on His programs and collaborations for Music@Menlo, Strings Music Festival, Grand Teton, and Jupiter Chamber Players have BCGS.org. His recording catalogue includes over a dozen recordings for the EMI forged his reputation as a first-rate chamber musician. As a label. Recent CD releases include two recordings that feature the passionate advocate of new music, Mr. Vieaux has premiered Manuel Barrueco will teach a master class in music of Astor Piazzolla: Grammy-nominated “Solo Piazzolla” (2007) and new pieces by Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, José Luis Merlin, “Tango Sensations” (2008). “Sounds of the Americas” (2008) features collaboration with Towson University on Sunday, and Eric Sessler. Mr. Vieaux already has ten recordings to his music by composers Daugherty, Kernis, Frank and Sierra, and his latest credit and many more to come under his multi-record deal with release “Virtuoso Guitar Duos” with Franco Platino, is a collection of the April 25, 2010 at 11 a.m. Performers will be students Azica Records. repertoire’s most spectacular guitar duos. These recordings are part of of Towson, however, the class is open to auditors for a the exclusive “Manuel Barrueco Collection” on Tonar Music. $5 fee. To reserve a space, go to BCGS.org – EVENTS – MASTER CLASSES. ChromaDuo classical guitars, Tracy Anne Smith and Rob MacDonald (Tracy Anne Smith & Rob McDonald) unveil refreshing and innovative programs of new works by Young Talent Concert some of the most exciting composers of our time. As soloists, they have performed in Canada, USA, Mexico, Italy, France, Sunday, February 7, 2010 at 3 p.m. Germany, Spain, and England; as chamber musicians, they An Die Musik perform alongside CAGE Avant Garde Ensemble, soprano Jennifer Holbrook, Soundstreams, the Canadian Opera BCGS MiSSion S tateMent A dedicated new voice in the contemporary music world, Company, and the Madawaska String Quartet. Their program will The Baltimore Classical Guitar Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering the awareness and ChromaDuo is vigorously developing and presenting some of feature a piece for guitar duo commissioned by former Peabody appreciation of the classical guitar. We believe that the guitar is an accessible and versatile instrument that is uniquely today’s most evocative, lyrical, and exhilarating music. With two student Christopher William Pierce. capable of bringing classical music to everyone.

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