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May 2023

Olson & DeCari Duo

May 20, 2023, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

The Olson/De Cari Duo (Gioia De Cari, soprano, and John Olson, guitar), is dedicated to expanding the repertoire for classical guitar and voice, deriving inspiration from their eclectic backgrounds in both science and the arts. The Duo’s unique approach to song performance draws on Gioia’s expertise as both a classical singer and a theatre artist, ... Read more

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September 2023

Transcontinental Duo

September 9, 2023, 3:00 pm

The Transcontinental Duo, formed in 2000 by Igor Golger and Hiroko Kajimoto, performs in various styles, from baroque and classical to funk rock, even though both were students in a classical conservatory setting. They play music from official sources, as well as transcribing music from old phonograph recordings. Hiroko Kajimoto graduated from the Osaka College of ... Read more

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October 2023

Thatcher Harrison

October 14, 2023, 3:00 pm

Thatcher Harrison is a guitarist and a composer. As a guitarist, he plays everything from classical guitar to jazz guitar, to fingerstyle guitar, to popular/rock guitar. As a composer, he deftly combines influences from many genres of music to create pieces that satisfy both the heart and the mind. As a competitor, Thatcher Harrison has ... Read more

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November 2023

The Hampton Trio

November 18, 2023, 3:00 pm
The Hampton Trio

The Hampton Trio (Beverly Davis, Mark Davis, Robert Margo) comes to the Hingham Public Library to perform original music and arrangements from baroque to contemporary for an ensemble of classical guitar, mandolin, and mandola in G

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December 2023

John Muratore

December 9, 2023, 3:00 pm

Highly acclaimed classical guitarist John Muratore performs regularly as a solo recitalist, concerto soloist and chamber musician. As a solo artist he has appeared extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Europe and Russia. He has collaborated with numerous chamber ensembles including Emmanuel Music, the Spectrum Singers, Chorus Pro Musica, Alea III, Boston Musica Viva and ... Read more

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January 2024

Catherine O’Kelly

January 13, 3:00 pm

Classical guitarist Catherine O’Kelly is an active performer throughout New England, both as a soloist and as a chamber musician. She performs regularly as part of the concert series for The Shirley Meeting House in Shirley, MA.  In June 2020 she founded and directed the Online Guitar Festival, providing performance opportunities, master classes, composition classes, ... Read more

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February 2024

Ria Modak

February 10, 3:00 pm
Ria Modak

Ria Modak is a guitarist and composer from New York. She is a PhD student at Brown University, where she studies the history of jazz in India, and is a recent graduate of the dual degree program between Harvard College and the New England Conservatory, where she studied with Vijay Lyer, Esperanza Spalding, Eliot Fisk, and ... Read more

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March 2024

Michael Bester & Amanda Roeder

March 9, 3:00 pm
Amanda Roeder and Michael Bester

Amanda Roeder is a multi-instrumentalist and music educator, adjudicator, and performer. Since 2014 she has directed the choral ensembles and an award-winning a cappella program at Chelmsford High School in Chelmsford, MA. Michael Bester is an acoustic and electric guitarist, bassist, arranger, producer, and composer. In recent years, he has performed in the Bester Papineau ... Read more

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April 2024

Espanoleria, a voice and guitar concert

April 13, 3:00 pm

Fanny is a versatile artist and entrepreneur with a passion for classical singing, specializing in Spanish/Latino repertoire. Dave McLellan has performed in the U.S., South America, Great Britain, and Europe since 1976, including debut and chamber appearances in Jordan Hall, Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, and Wigmore Hall (London).

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May 2024

Providence Mandolin Orchestra

May 11, 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Providence Mandolin Orchestra

The original Providence Mandolin Orchestra was founded in 1911 by William Place Jr, one of the leading players of the era.  The modern version of the PMO dates from the early 1970s, when it was revived by Hibbard Perry, a former student of Place’s.  Since then the PMO, directed by Mark Davis, has become one of the ... Read more

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