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concert review - 1 On Sunday April, 18 the Philadelphia...

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1 On Sunday April, 18 the Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society performed a music festival at the Settlement Music School on Queens Street in Philadelphia that featured many concert events throughout the day. Two of the perhaps most notable performances were delivered by the Jeremy Lyons Concert and the PCGS Orchestra in Presser Hall. Jeremy Lyons, an incredibly talented and impeccably trained classical musician, performed a solo of Bach’s “Sonata in A minor BWV 1003” and Dionisio Aguado’s classical “Rondo Op.2 No.2.” The second concert featured the PCGS Orchestra. The PCGS Orchestra is a classical guitar ensemble consisting of seven members that includes a competition soloist. The orchestra played two works by renowned composers as well as two contemporary classical pieces, one of which is an original work composed and played by a member of the orchestra. The two famous works were of the Baroque style, being “Water Music” by G.F. Handel and “Concerto in D, II Largo” by Antonio Vivaldi.
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course MUSI 100 taught by Professor Weirdguy during the Spring '10 term at La Salle.

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