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Thu nov 29
2012
1:00 am

Carnegie Mellon Guitar Ensemble

where:
Mellon Institute Auditorium
4400 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213

Who:

James Ferla, Director

Cost:

Free

Details:

The Carnegie Mellon Guitar Ensemble will perform a wide variety of works, ranging from the baroque period to the 20th Century.

Program:

Enrique Granados' Spanish Dance No. 5 (Andaluza)
Ernesto Lecuona's Malaguena
Luis Bonfa's Black Orpheus
Astor Piazolla's Nightclub 1960

Additional repertoire will be added to this concert.

The Carnegie Mellon Guitar Ensemble is a classical guitar performance group open to music majors and non-majors by audition. Students present historically informed and creatively expressive performances of duos, trios, quartets, and larger ensemble music from every major style period. Four concerts a year are presented in one of the School of Music’s performance spaces. Additional performances include community outreach programs at Pittsburgh area schools, retirement communities, and museums. The Guitar Ensemble has also presented pre-concert performances for the Guitar Society of Fine Arts and the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society.