The European-American Youth Guitar Orchestra is a dynamic group of 38 teenage guitarists from Stuttgart, Germany, Pasadena, Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez Valley. The Performance is open to the public and admission is free.
The European-American Youth Guitar Orchestra, Performs Saturday July 29, at 7:00 pm at First Baptist Church of Santa Barbara,(http://www.veronicasprings.org)
The 38 member orchestra is a collaboration of Stuttgarter Musikschule (Stuttgart, Germany), Pasadena Conservatory of Music and Song In My heart Guitar Studio in Santa Barbara and SYV.
Open to public.
The group is a collaboration of three music schools, Stuttgarter Musikschule (Stuttgart, Germany), Pasadena Conservatory of Music and Song In My Heart Studio as part of a musical and cultural exchange program.
Much of the music in their program was commissioned for them. Venezuelan composer, Alfonso Montes, wrote Bleu inspired by the gentle waves on the beach in Malibu where the two groups first met. Andrew York, Grammy winner, wrote Tribal Youngers with the mischievous nature of the musicians in mind. Alex Mansour wrote Concerto for Guitar Orchestra inspired by the flamenco and rock influences of Rodrigo y Gabriela.
The following day, Sunday July 30, the group will participate in the International Guitar Festival in Solvang with a number of performances throughout the city, Master classes and workshops. The festival will end with the full orchestra performance at 7:00 pm in the parish hall of Bethania Lutheran Church of Solvang (http://www.bethanialutheran.net)
This event is organized and sponsored by Song In My Heart Studio. To learn more about the event and registration please contact song In My Heart Studio at 805-245-1996 or visit www.simheart.com
Presenter / Producer: Song In My Heart Studio
Music > Classical
Event Phone: 805-245-1996
First Baptist Church of Santa Barbara
949 Veronica Springs Rd
Santa Barbara CA 93105
Ventura, Santa Barbara & San Luis Obispo
Performance Dates: 7/29/2017
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