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2018 Annual Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society Members Concert

Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 3:00pm
Settlement Music School,
416 Queen St, Philadelphia, PA

Acknowledging and appreciating the artists that live in our vicinity is essential to ensuring the longevity of all fields of the arts. The arts flourish not just in distant havens such as Paris, New York, or Tokyo, but also in the homes of our neighbors in Philadelphia. Our talented membership includes guitar builders, composers, instructors, professional performers, and college professors. This annual concert is our homage to the many talented members of the Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society.

Featuring: Dulcet Guitar Duo (Caroline Ck & Alex Pollock), Kevin J. Cope,

Peter Delaplane, Tachyonmetry (Brian Pearson), and the PCGS Concert Ensemble.

You are invited to join us for the concert and stay for our post concert Holiday Party where you can meet other members and local artists and celebrate the holiday season.

A raffle to win a beautiful guitar by Kremona will be available at this event. $5/one ticket | $20/five tickets

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Musician/Guitarist Peter Delaplane has been performing and teaching music in the Philadelphia and surrounding area for 20 years. He earned a degree in English Literature from Kenyon College and B.M. and M.M. degrees in classical guitar performance from the Boyer College Of Music at Temple University. He also studied with Sharon Isbin at The Aspen Music School. He is the founder and musical director of The Rock Garden, a summer music program for aspiring musicians of all ages (www.rockgardenmusic.org).
The PCGS Concert Ensemble, under the direction of Kathleen Mayes, is an auditioned, professional-level, performing guitar ensemble. The Concert Ensemble specializes in performing exciting and colorful works composed or arranged for multiple guitars. It is committed to providing a valuable ensemble experience for guitarists of diverse backgrounds, while maintaining musical excellence. The Concert Ensemble holds multiple concerts throughout the community in an effort to promote an appreciation for and expand the audience base of classical guitar music.