Classic Argentine Tango/Folklore Guitar Recital

Performer: Carlos Pavan
Live Zoom, April 22, 2021; 7:00 - 8:00 PM

+ recorded video shown on facebook April 23 - May 6, 2021; Runtime: 1 hour

Carlos Pavan will perform live, featuring Argentine Tango/Folklore Classical Guitar (traditional & contemporary) and will allow us to post the performance video for two weeks after. Argentine-born/Brooklyn (Park Slope) based concert guitarist & composer Carlos Pavan arrived in New York in 2000 to pursue musical studies. Since then, he's performed at well-renowned venues such as Lincoln Center, New York City Center, New England Conservatory Jordan Hall (Boston), Brooklyn Borough Hall, as well as internationally.

Bio:
Argentine born/Brooklyn (Park Slope) based concert guitarist & composer Carlos Pavan arrived to New York in 2000 to pursue musical studies with maestros Jorge Morel (classical guitar/composition) , Dave Smey ( Brooklyn Conservatory) and Pablo Ziegler (Astor Piazzolla's pianist). Since then, he's performed at well-renowned venues such as Lincoln Center, New York City Center, New England Conservatory Jordan Hall (Boston), Brooklyn Borough Hall, Merkin Hall at Kaufman Center, Philadelphia Museum, Connecticut Festival Guitars of the world, Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, Hudson River Museum, New England Guitar Society, Public Libraries all around USA and internationally in France, Ireland, Portugal and Japan. His second CD "Suite del Interior" (original compositions for guitar and string quartet) is a blend of argentine tango/folk dances, jazz harmonies and classical forms recorded with special guest PUBLIQuartet. When not performing he offers private guitar/composition lessons and is also an instructor at Noel Pointer Foundation. At the present he is the composer/guitarist/artistic director of the Park Slope Chamber Players with his 3rd album of originals works released by legendary Centaur Records.

Date:
Thursday Apr 22, 2021
Time:
7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM
Contact:
Event Coordinator    845-352-5700 x 244    adultclasses@finkelsteinlibrary.org
There are 92 spaces available.

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