Sharon Isbin at McKenzie River Music on February 13th
Guitar Solos from Spain & Latin America
SHARON ISBIN, Classical Guitar
Monday, February 13
Free and open to the public.
McKenzie River Music
455 W 11th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
The Eugene Symphony and McKenzie River Music are honored to present internationally acclaimed classical guitarist Sharon Isbin for an evening of Guitar Solos from Spain and Latin America followed by a discussion with Ms. Isbin moderated by Eugene Symphony’s Executive Director Scott Freck. This event is free and open to the public.
Acclaimed for her extraordinary lyricism, technique and versatility, multiple GRAMMY Award winner Sharon Isbin has been hailed as “the pre-eminent guitarist of our time.” She is the winner of Guitar Player magazine’s “Best Classical Guitarist” award, and the Munich, Toronto and Madrid international competitions. She has appeared as soloist with over 170 orchestras and has given sold-out performances in the world’s finest halls. Read more about her career here: http://www.sharonisbin.com/biography.html
Sharon Isbin performs with the Eugene Symphony on February 16!
The Silva Concert Hall will sparkle with orchestral colors as we hear music by a modern American master, Christopher Rouse, including his dazzling guitar concerto Concert de Gaudi inspired by the architecture of Spanish visionary Antoni Gaudi. To play it, we welcome Sharon Isbin, the award-winning guitarist for whom it was written. $10 youth & student tickets available. BUY TICKETS
Master Class with Sharon Isbin
Sharon Isbin will conduct a public master class on Tuesday, February 14th at the Hult Center Studio from 4:00-5:30pm. Three guitarists will perform and receive public coaching time with Ms. Isbin. This is part of the Laura Avery Visiting Master series. Free and open to the public.
Please visit http://www.eugenesymphony.org/Education/Artist-Residencies/ for more details on guitarist Sharon Isbin and composer Christopher Rouse’s joint artist residency in Eugene.
Artist Residency activities are genersously sponsored by the Boekelheide Foundation and the Nils and Jewel Hult Endowment – Arts Foundation of Western Oregon Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.