Become a Member & Order Tickets
As a member of the Minnesota Guitar Society, you receive ticket discounts on all MGS-sponsored events, a year's subscription to the Guitarist and the opportunity to place free classifieds in each issue.
You'll find the ticket and membership information and order form in the July-August 2014 issue of the Guitarist.
Call 612-677-1151 to order Sundin Hall series tickets by phone. Or order online.
Local musicians offering great music, free to the public - See the Local Series page for details. Concerts are on Saturdays at 2 p.m., are free and open to the public at Hosmer Library located at 347 E. 36th St., Minneapolis, 55408.
Kyle Fosburgh and Christoph Bruhn, American Primitive Fingerstyle
Reuben Ristrom and Joan Griffith, jazz and samba
Maja Radovanlija, classical
Daniel Volovets, classical and flamenco
OpenStage is a structured but informal way for guitarists of any level to experience the joy of playing for each other. Go to the OpenStage page for more information.
All meeting are on Sundays from 2-4 p.m.
September 14, 2014
October 12, 2014
November 9, 2014
December 14, 2014
January 11, 2015
February 8, 2015
March 8, 2015
April 12, 2015
May 10, 2015
OpenStage meets at The Underground Music Cafe in Falcon Heights. It's the same place but a new venue.
Consider joining the Classical Guitar Meetup to get together informally and play with other classical guitarists. All levels welcome.
Read the Latest Guitarist Newsletter
Past issues of Guitarist newsletter are available on the Newsletter page.
Check Out the Guitar Community Calendar
The community calendar has information on guitar events in our region. You can see or post events on the calendar
Saturday, February 21, 8pm, Sundin Hall
In their January 1997 issue, the editors of GUITAR PLAYER magazine voted Miroslav Tadic one of the world's thirty most radical and individual guitarists. Tadic completed his formal education in the United States after studying in Italy and his native Yugoslavia. He has performed and recorded in a wide variety of settings and musical styles, ranging from music of the Baroque and Classical periods to blues, jazz, and rock. Tadic's performing and recording credits include projects with Terry Riley, the Los Angeles Opera with Placido Domingo, London Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte- Carlo, MDR Leipzig Symphony Orchestra, among others. He is frequently heard in Europe, Japan, North and South America. In recent years Tadic has concentrated on developing an approach to improvisation which combines and juxtaposes musical material drawn from many diverse sources, including Baroque, European classical and North Indian classical music, Eastern European folk traditions, blues, jazz, and rock. He is noted for his pioneering work in applying the elements of classical and flamenco techniques to the electric guitar.
Read more about Miroslav Tadic in the current issue of the Guitarist.
Get the MGS Fernandosaur T-Shirt
The Minnesota Guitar Society Fernandosaur t-shirt is a great gift for guitarists. Who wouldn't love a guitar playing dinosaur? You can order them directly from the MGS. Order here or pick one up at an MGS concert.
Win a Jose Ramirez Classical Guitar and Other Prizes in the MGS Raffle: Tickets only $5.
A 1983 Jose Ramirez classical guitar (see appraisal); Brazilian Rosewood and Cedar; one owner guitar in exceptional condition; the soundboard protection plates will be professionally removed free of charge if requested.
Second Prize (3 available):
MGS 2015-2016 season tickets ($120 value).
Third Prize (6 available):
MGS t-shirts ($20 value).
Tickets are $5 each (checks payable to MGS).
Drawing will take place at the Classical Guitarathon - May 30, 2015.
Buy tickets here or at an MGS concert. Purchased tickets will be entered into the raffle drawing and receipts will be e-mailed to ticket purchaser. Winners need not be present at the drawing to win.
All proceeds from this raffle go to benefit the
Minnesota Guitar Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit.
MGS board members and immediate family are ineligible to win.
(click on the photos for larger images of the Ramirez guitar)
Saturday, Mar. 28, 2015, 8:00 pm—Sundin Hall
Jérémy Jouve had his musical training in France, studying with distinguished guitarists including Eric Franceries, Alberto Ponce, and Roland Dyens. He is a graduate of the Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and of the Paris Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in guitar and chamber music. He was selected to pursue further studies with László Hadady, principal oboist of the Ensemble Intercontemporain. At the age of ten he played a Vivaldi concerto with the Orchestre de Chambéry, going on to win various national prizes. Based in Paris, he embarked on an international career, with awards including first prize in the International Competition of the Guitar Foundation of America (Mexico, 2003) and in the Tychy International Guitar Competition (Poland, 2002). His new CD, second volume of Rodrigo solo works for guitar (Naxos 8.572984), came out in June 2013. His duo album with flute, recorded for Reference recording at Skywalker Studios of San Francisco in 2012, is officially nominated at Grammy Awards 2014.
Buy Sundin Tickets Online
Tickets purchased online more than 10 days in advance will be mailed to the purchaser; all others will be held at the box office. All sales are final.
2014-2015 Sundin Hall Concert Series At a Glance
Diego Figueiredo, Fri 9/26/2014
Gohar Vardanyan, Sat 10/25/2014
Flamenco Guitarathon, Fri 11/14/2014
Anton Baranov, Sat 12/6/2014.
Quaternaglia, Sat 1/24/2015
Miroslav Tadic, Sat 2/21/2015
Jérémy Jouve, Sat 3/28/2015
Antigoni Goni, Fri 4/17/2015
Classical Guitarathon, Sat 5/30/2015
See more details about the performers on the Concerts page
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