Classical Guitarist Paul Galbraith Comes to 92nd Street Y
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The last date listed for Paul Galbraith was Saturday March 10, 2012 / 8:00pm.
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The concert was wonderful. Paul Galbraith is truly amazing. At times his guitar sounded almost like a piano because there were several melodies occurring at the same time. I bought one of his CDs which I am enjoying almost as much as the concert...continued
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“Magnificently played, thoughtful and majestic performances.” —_Gramophone _
Benjamin Verdery of Yale University will give a pre-concert talk at 7:00pm.
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