Month: September 2015

Jason Vieaux Sunday, October 18th, Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society

Sunday October 18, 2015
Philadelphia Museum of Art

Jason Vieaux “makes the single guitar seem like a body of instruments at work, an orchestra of sound” (Philadelphia Inquirer). In five previous PCMS engagements, he has demonstrated stirringly virtuosic playing, uncommon communicative gifts and strikingly imaginative programming. Ranging from Bach to bossa nova, his Sunday afternoon return to the Art Museum traverses five centuries of music from three continents.

Giuliani: Grande Overture
Bach: Suite in E Minor, BWV 996
Albéniz: Capricho Catalan and Torre Bermeja
SesslerRhapsody and Afterglow
Henze: Drei Tentos from Kammermusik
Jobim: A Felicidade (Arr.)
Ellington: In A Sentimental Mood
Bustamante: Misionera (w/ P. Metheny intro)

TICKETS: https://www.pcmsconcerts.org/cart

David Cohen’s 2011 interview w/Jason Vieaux

david cohen classical guitar philadelphia

Strictly Pharmaceutical by David Cohen: No prescription necessary

The Solo Instrumentalist contest is on at www.indi.com
With my iPhone I recorded a late night practice before the next days studio session for my soon to be completed 2nd album. I entered the video into the Solo Instrumentalist category. The composition is titled Strictly Pharmaceutical from a conversation I had. It is all in reference to my choice of remedies for allergy relief that are available.

Welcome to my online pharmacy.
Grab a cup of joe, sit back and check out my pharmaceuticals.  If your like my product please cast a vote.

Click:  Strictly Pharmaceutical

Strictly Pharmaceutical by David Cohen