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Guitar Department Recital

Venue

Sol Joseph Recital Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Reservation

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Departments

Collaborators

Hyejung Baik, flute
Gabriela Linares and Megan Mateosky, mezzo-sopranos
Caleb Alexander, tenor

Program

George Frideric Handel (1685–1759)
Recorder Sonata in C Major, HWV 365
     II. Larghetto
     IV. Allegro
Maximo Diego Pujol (b. 1957)
San Telmo
     from Suite “Buenos Aires”
Hyejung Baik, flute
Juan Samacá, guitar

Sérgio Assad (b. 1952)
Canção
Mario To and Viah Yang, guitar

Manuel Ponce (1882–1948)
Estrellita
Gabriela Linares, mezzo-soprano
Jonathan Shanley, guitar

John Lennon (1940-1980) / Paul McCartney (b. 1942)
arr. Leo Brouwer

She’s Leaving Home
Caleb Alexander and Pavle Gavriloc, guitar

Gyan Riley (b. 1977)
The Landloper
SFCM Guitar Ensemble
David Tanenbaum, conductor

-Intermission-

Juan Acosta (1890–1968)
No lo dudes
David Falacko and Jonathan Shanley, guitar

Carlos Gardel (1890–1935)
El día que me quieras
Megan Mateosky, mezzo-soprano
Juan Samaca, guitar

Sérgio Assad
The Enchanted Island
Samuel Liang, Liam Ashwill, and Juri Yun, guitar

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) / Paul Simon (b. 1941)
arr. Alexander Dunn

O Haupt and American Tune
Caleb Alexander, tenor
David Tanenbaum, conductor
SFCM Guitar Ensemble

About SFCM’s Guitar Department

Study guitar in the heart of one of the country’s most active classical guitar scenes. SFCM produces some of the most successful and influential classical guitarists in the world. Spearheaded by renowned faculty and complemented by visiting artists such as Marcin Dylla, the department honors the tradition of the classical guitar while cultivating innovation. The Harris Guitar Collection, housed at SFCM, gives students a chance to see—and play—some of the most extraordinary guitars of the last two centuries.

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