An Evening of Classical and Flamenco Guitar at Theatre on San Pedro Square
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The last date listed for Flamenco/Classical Guitar Concert Featuring Grisha Goryachev and Jerome Mouffe was Saturday September 11, 2010 / 8:00pm.
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Kick up your heels while a live combo plays at a glittering Jazz Age party setting the tone for this story of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald. Fitzgerald and his beautiful but troubled wife Zelda soon join the soiree in Farewell, Fitzgerald. Played by Kurt Gravenhorst, the author of The Great Gatsby then addresses his audience on his own while he muses about his sometimes glamorous, often complicated life, not to mention his hopes for a return to literary glory via the novel he's been working on. The evening concludes with a conversation among the audience, the show's star and composer Jeremy Harris. Written by Gravenhorst, Farewell, Fitzgerald is a production of The Tabard Theatre Company. Learn More
A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, guitarist Grigory Goryachev has been acclaimed the world over for his blinding virtuosity and extraordinary musical sensitivity. As a master of both flamenco and classical styles, he has created a new genre all his own and garnered praise from such guitar luminaries as Paco de Lucía, Christopher Parkening, and Eliot Fisk.
Goryachev's YouTube videos have collected more than 2 million views. He has recorded two CDs, Alma Flamenca and Homenaje a Sabicas. The track "Farruca" was featured in the film Duplicity.
Jérôme Mouffe has dazzled international audiences with his passionate and spontaneous playing. He has toured in various countries, including Spain, France, Italy, Austria, Germany, and the United States. Mouffe released his debut CD, Capriccio, in 2009 on the VGo Recordings label. The album features early 19th century virtuoso Italian music.
Mouffe has studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels and at the Mozarteum University of Salzburg. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the New England Conservatory in Boston, under the direction of Eliot Fisk.