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Second Saturday Series

Second Saturday SeriesGlendale City Church Presents The Second Saturday concert on March 14 features classical guitarist, William Feasley presenting “Echoes of Goya” at 4 PM on our YouTube Channel.

Classical Guitarist, William Feasley presents “Echoes of Goya” for the Glendale City Second Saturday Series concert on March 14 at 4 PM.  The concert includes works by: Fernandiere, Sor, Granados, Lezcano, Ferraris, Rodrigo, Castelnuovo-Tedesco and de Lucia. A reception follows the concert. A free-will donation is accepted at the door.

Classical guitarist William Feasley was the first guitarist to be awarded the Peabody Conservatory’s coveted Artist Diploma. He has since been the recipient of numerous prizes and awards: a gold medal in the 1987 PanHellenic Guitar Competition in Athens, the 1990 and 1995 Baltimore Chamber Music Awards and a 1996 Governor’s Citation for Outstanding Achievements in the Arts in Maryland.
Selected to play for Andrés Segovia at the master’s historic last class at the University of Southern California in 1986, he was later featured on the CBS special, Eulogy of Segovia.
Recent tours have included Spain, the Caribbean, Greece, Serbia, Italy, Ecuador, New Zealand, Poland, Slovakia, Honduras, Peru, Bolivia, The Czech Republic, Slovenia, Bosnia, Australia, the United Kingdom, and Iceland.


Presenter / Producer: Second Saturday Series

Listed Categories
Music > Chamber Music


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Venue
Glendale City SDA Church
610 E California Ave
Glendale CA 91206

Regions:
North Hollywood / Burbank / Glendale


Performance Dates: 3/14/2020
Saturday, 03/14/2020

Performance Times
4 pm

Ticket Information:
A free-will donation will be received at the door

Websites:
Event Information

Social Media or other Links:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6zEXA-8F7CPOixLDWxGBA/featured


 

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