The new season includes an all-star line-up of classical guitar artists:
October 12, 2019.
Andrea Gonzalez Caballero.
OperaWorld Magazine describes this young virtuoso as "the female voice of the Spanish guitar." Caballero is a laureate of multiple prestigious international guitar competitions, receiving First Prize and Special Prize at the "XL International Competition F. Sor" (Rome), and First Prize at the "XIII Alhambra International Guitar Competition" (Valencia). She was the youngest guitarist to receive the Alhambra first prize.
November 16, 2019.
Duo Melis. Spanish guitarist Susana Prieto and Greek guitarist Alexis Muzurakis have become one of the most sought-after guitar duos on the musical scene since their debut in 1999 at the International Guitar Festival of Volos (Greece). International critics and music lovers have praised Duo Melis' performances for their emotional intensity, virtuosity and ensemble unity.
February 8, 2020.
Raphaël Feuillâtre, a Parisian and winner of the 2018 Guitar Foundation of America competition. In addition to the GFA win, Feuillâtre took 1st prize in the International Guitar Jose Tomas Competition in Spain in 2017.
March 7, 2020.
Judicael Perroy, another outstanding French artist, who is currently Professor of Guitar at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He is a past laureate of the Guitar Foundation of America and other international competitions.
April 4, 2020.
Aaron Larget-Caplan is a graduate of the New England Conservatory. He has performed solo and chamber music throughout Europe, Russia and the USA. He teaches at the University of Massachusetts Boston and is acclaimed for his exceptional technical proficiency and artistic grace.
May 23, 2020.
Jérôme Mouffe, a Belgian by birth, who now teaches at the New England Conservatory. This will be a return performance by a virtuoso artist who played brilliantly in our series in 2008.