Music of Brian Schober, Francine Trester, and more, with Aaron Larget-Caplan, May 13

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Music of Brian Schober, Francine Trester, and more, with Aaron Larget-Caplan, May 13
Submitted by ACA on 2021-05-13T22:30:00

The Jacob Edwards Library presents an online recital by classical guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan. Free and open to the public via Zoom. 

May 13, 2021 06:30 PM EST

Program:

PROGRAM:
TWO PIECES by J.S. Bach
THREE NEW LULLABIES by Ricardo Odriozola, Francine Trester, and Brian Schober*
THREE PIECES BY Agustin Barrios
LAMENT* for Guitar BY Luis Javier Obregon
DOWN WITH THOSE GUITARS by Alejandro Rutty
VERANO PORTENO by Astor Piazzolla
*world premiere


Registration at this link is required. Watching instructions will be sent upon registration.

*This program is Sponsored by The Southbridge Cultural Council. The Southbridge Cultural Council is a local agency funded by Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.

“Aaron Larget-Caplan is a riveting artist”, writes the Washington Post, and the Boston Musical Intelligencer says he has “astounding technical proficiency and artistic delicacy”. Aaron Larget-Caplan is an international recording and touring guitarist, who connects with audiences with Bernstein-esque ease. Aaron has premiered over 80 compositions, many written for him, and Edition Peters and Stone Records publish his groundbreaking arrangements and recording of the music of John Cage. He has six critically acclaimed solo albums with a sixth coming in spring 2021. A multi-volume anthology of scores featuring works written for his New Lullaby Project is published by the American Composers Alliance beginning in 2021. Aaron received an award from the Société Académique Arts-Sciences-Lettres of Paris, France for his trailblazing work in music, and was Musician in Residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Aaron is on faculty at University of Massachusetts Boston. He plays Hannabach strings exclusively.