Friday, February 21 2014, 7:30pm.
Kenyon Hall, 7904 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98126. The venue includes a wonderful intermission show on Wurlizer organ with root beer floats and popcorn. Cost $5-12. www.kenyonhall.org
Classical guitarist Meredith Connie returns to Kenyon Hall to celebrate the release of her second CD, the Latin influenced Sol Y Sombras (Sun and Shadow). The program features a variety of music with solo guitar works and chamber pieces for the combination of cello and guitar, trumpet and guitar, and guitar duo. Works include tangos from Argentina and music influenced by South American folk music, as well as two world premieres for the combination of Trumpet and Guitar. Performers are: Chris Worswick Cello; George Steward Trumpet, Omar Oyarzabal Guitar.
Here is a preview featuring a cello and guitar duet, La Diversion, which will also be on the CD, Sol Y Sombras.
Meredith is now teaching lessons for young children from ages 3 and up, using the Suzuki method. Her home studio is in West Seattle.Lessons using this method are recommended for children starting to explore the guitar from ages 3 to 6.
Dr Suzuki developed a method that creates an environment where the child is eager to learn and learns music the same way they learn language, as part of the everyday fabric of life.
We just completed a student recital in West Seattle, here is a student in the Suzuki program, Miles Fann, playing Go Tell Aunt Rhody:
Upcoming concerts I am playing are:
Saturday December 7th, 7pm.
Seattle Mennonite Church, 3120 NE 125th St, Seattle, 98125
The event supports Northwest Harvest with a food drive. The suggested donation for admission is $10 or $8 with the donation of a non-perishable food item for Northwest Harvest.
In a rare opportunity to hear the Guiliani Guitar concerto No. 2, I will be playing the first movement with the Pierce College String Orchestra at the Puyallup campus of Pierce College:
Monday December 9th, 7:30pm
AAH Auditorium, Pierce College, Puyallup campus, 1601 39th Avenue SE Puyallup, Washington 98374
Admission is free.
I am currently working towards a CD of Latin American music for solo and chamber ensembles, in the meantime here is a video of one of the featured tracks:
More animals from the book “In the Wild” by David Elliott
Am happy to say I am now working on recording a suite of solo guitar pieces by Eduardo Martin, some of which were performed at the last concert:
Please join me and guest Chris Worswick at our upcoming concerts of Spanish and Latin Music.
Thursday May 30th, Noon, at Daniel’s Recital Hall (Corner of 5th and Columbia)
Saturday June 1st, 7:30pm, Queen Anne Christian Church (1316 3rd Ave W Seattle, WA 98119)
Here’s a preview:
Based on the book of the same name by children’s poet David Elliott, I’ve begun writing character pieces to describe all the different animals. Here’s a video of the first seven animals:
First Thursday Seattle downtown artwalk in a gallery at 117 South Main St, Pioneer Square, Integrus Architecture Gallery, 6:30pm.
An artwalk performance next week for Valentines day will be in West Seattle at the Nature Consortium.
Latin American music including Tangos….. so we all can have a rose between our teeth!