If you don’t already love the guitar, you will after sampling the array of talents in A Classical Celebration.
ARIA award winning classical guitarist Slava Grigoryan, and internationally heralded pianist Konstantin Shamray join the Australian String Quartet for one evening.
A classical guitar masterclass spanning subgenres, from minimal Brazilian rock to traditional Flamenco melodies, this show provides an up-beat guitar performance that will have you mesmerised from start to finish.
Kaki King provides an electric performance like no other at the Adelaide Guitar Festival with her imaginative approach to what creative solo performances can be.
Typical of the Adelaide Guitar Festival, Beijing Guitar Duo and Marko Topchii is a cultural and musically diverse performance, bringing together an assortment of world-class songs from various countries, cultures and composers.
Do you love the sweet, sweet sounds of acoustic, full-bodied, twangy or harp-like guitar? This year’s Adelaide Guitar Festival’s fabulous precursor is going to massive, with the number of artists increasing by 40 percent compared to last year. There will be a whopping 220 gigs to play across South Australia and fans will be spoiled […]
U.S. blues guitarist Eric Steckel played to a small, but appreciative crowd at The Gov on Monday night. Unfortunately, being a Monday night, of a long weekend, when half of Adelaide had been in Melbourne for the grand final, this gig was far from packed, the way it would have been on a normal night. […]
Chris Thile, Paul Kowert, Noam Pikelny, Chris Eldridge, and Gabe Witcher, are The Punch Brothers.
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Christopher Hale’s Sylvan Coda Project promised flamenco infused jazz and a Sunday afternoon of cool, sultry sounds; happily, it did not disappoint. The show opened with Aloysius Leeson playing beautiful Spanish solo guitar before introducing his Quartet to the stage.
There was a quiet air of optimism ahead of the packed out opening to the Adelaide Guitar Festival with Spanish classical guitar maestro Pepe Romero and young upcoming Brazilian star Yamandu Costa. The involvement of the Adelaide Art Orchestra added another level of expectation and excitement.
“I’ve never heard such unbridled enthusiasm for such a lack-lustre key”. So said Guthrie Govan last night, after threatening to do several songs in G minor! This cheeky humour is all part of Govan’s charm, which he wove seamlessly into an amazing set of guitar virtuosity, in front of a sold-out house of admirers.
This year’s Guitar Festival is a delightful offering of some of the most impressive guitarists and performers in the world. Debashish Bhattacharya, is no exception with his reputation as a slide guitarist with an impressive instrumental arsenal proceeding him.
Tune in to this! The Adelaide International Guitar Festival kicks off tomorrow as more than 300 artists from classical to electric tune up, plug in, get down and rock out for one long weekend of glorious guitar.
GuitarART invites young artists to give their ideas on how they would paint, sculpt, embellish or mould an acoustic guitar into a work of art. Up to 10 finalists will be selected and then given the opportunity to bring their ideas to life with a guitar supplied by Allans Billy Hyde.
ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES THREE NEW CLASSICAL SHOWS FOR 2014 AND THE FINALISTS FOR THE CLASSICAL GUITAR COMPETITION Artistic Director Slava Grigoryan today announced three diverse and exciting new shows for this year’s Adelaide International Guitar Festival (AIGF) from July 17-20, 2014, presented by Adelaide Festival Centre.
This July, virtuoso guitarist and visionary composer Steve Vai returns to Adelaide when he embarks on a national headline theatre tour this July.
Last Friday night, two of the world’s greatest blues-rock bands of all time, Santana and the Steve Miller Band teamed up and brought their co-headline tour all the way from America to Adelaide’s Entertainment Centre.
Emerging Adelaide artists aged between 16 to 30 years are encouraged to submit their creative concepts outlining how they would transform a guitar into a work of GuitarART as part of an inaugural visual arts competition.
Ronnie Taheny is celebrating 20 years of going solo with the aptly named Score Tour at The Gov, February 4th 2012.