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The Guitar's Story

From the royal courts of Europe, to streets of small villages, to concert stages around the world, the guitar expresses a profound musical language. Join accomplished classical guitarist and conductor Kevin Sherwin for The Guitar's Story. This concert performance will explore music from traditions of both folk and art music, ranging from kingly dances and operatic serenades to native folk traditions of South America and Spain.
There will be a Q&A after the concert.

Before seeing him live, you can enjoy more performances from Kevin Sherwin on his YouTube Channel.
 

When & Where:
Wednesday, Sep. 27th, 6:00–7:00 PM
   @ Ridgway Memorial
Saturday, Sep. 30th, 2:00–3:00 PM
   @ Mt. Washington

Who: All Ages*
*A parent or guardian must remain on library premises
with youth ages 15 and under.


About Kevin Sherwin:
Guitarist and conductor Kevin Sherwin infuses his active concert schedule with scholarly work in music performance practice. His extensive engagements as a guitarist include his debut at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; performances at the Great Music Series in San Diego, the Music without Borders Festival of Montreal, and the Yale University Art Gallery; and concert tours across cities such as Boston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles and states including Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Kentucky. Among his awards and honors, Mr. Sherwin has received awards from the American String Teachers Association, the Guitar Foundation of America, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and the National Foundation for the Advancement in the Arts. As a conductor, Mr. Sherwin is Associate Artistic Director of The American Baroque Orchestra (ABO) and is co-project director of the ABO Choral Festival and The American Romantics.

Celebrate classical guitar through the month of September with BCPL! Check out books and music or explore our Classical Guitar playlist on Spotify (a Spotify account is required for playlist access).
 


Registration is required for a select number of reserved seats. Additional seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Questions? Contact Patrick or Allison at 543-7675 ext. 5 or e-mail patrick@bcplib.org.

Wednesday, September 27th (6:00–7:00 PM)
    @ Ridgway Memorial Library in Shepherdsville

Saturday, September 30th (2:00–3:00 PM)
    @ Mt. Washington Branch Library
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