A Solo Classical Guitar Evening with Phung Tuan Vu
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The last date listed for Classical Guitarist Phung Tuan Vu was Sunday December 9, 2007 / 7:00pm.
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Phung Tuan Vu began playing the guitar at the age of eight. He made his first appearance at the age of 12 and debut concert at the age of 15 playing the complete Bach Cello Suite No. 3 and Giuliani’s Guitar Quintet with the Saigon String Quartet. Phung Tuan Vu taught guitar and harmony at HCM City Conservatory of Music from 1990 until he immigrated to the United States in 2003. He gave his U.S. debut concert at San Jose’s Le Petit Trianon Theatre in 2004. He has released one solo CD and his compositions for guitar have been published by Mel Bay in CD/books titled Exotic Guitar and _Melodies of the Far East for Guitar. _
Phung Tuan Vu’s concert at De Anza College will include music from Europe, South America and Vietnam, featuring the works of Santorsola, Villa-Lobos, Paganini and J.S. Bach.
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The purpose of the South Bay Guitar Society is to promote classical and related guitar music to people of all cultures, ages, abilities and economic means in the South Bay. The Society fulfills its purpose by offering culturally diverse performances and guitar music education to the public, and by providing performance opportunities to professional and amateur musicians.