San Francisco Guitar Quartet: Classical, Spanish, Jazz, and World Music
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The last date listed for San Francisco Guitar Quartet was Tuesday November 8, 2011 / 8:00pm.
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Berkeley Chamber Performances presents the San Francisco Guitar Quintet.
David Dueñas, Mark Simons, Patrick O’Connell, and Jon Mendle are four Bay Area guitarists performing an expansive and vibrant repertoire of Classical, Spanish, Jazz, and World music. Veteran performers of newly composed music as well as time-tested classics, the SFGQ’s programs offer a concert experience that is at once balanced, engaging, and delightfully diverse.
Founded in 1997, the San Francisco Guitar Quartet has established itself as an enduring presence in the guitar world through its ground-breaking concerts and recording. Grounded in tradition, they are committed proponents of new music, coalescing classical, world, and improvisatory musical traditions.