Monthly Archives: September 2010

Carlos Alberto Perez

The Embassy of Spain invites you to attend the concert performed by classical guitarist Carlos Alberto Pérez Sunday 3 October 2010, 11am Р12.30pm Carnival Stage РParkes Way Entrance to Floriade Commonwealth Park Program 

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Donate your used strings – The Second Strings Project

The Second Strings Project, started in 1999, is a campaign to collect and distribute used guitar strings to needy musicians throughout the world. This effort will help keep musical creativity alive in countries that might otherwise die.¬† Details about the … Continue reading

Posted in CCGS News

Lance Litchfield guitars

Brisbane-based, Australian luthier Lance Litchfield will be bringing some of his superb instruments to Canberra in October.¬† Guitar Society members and guests will have an opportunity to talk with Lance and listen to his guitars at our monthly meeting on … Continue reading

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ANU “Rhythm ‘n Blooms” free concerts at Floriade

Once again the ANU School of Music is presenting a series of concerts throughout Floriade every weekday at 12.30PM to 1.30PM on Stage 88 – a perfect way to spend the lunch hour.¬† The concerts take place between 11 Sep … Continue reading

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John Couch and Judith Hickel – CD available

For those of you who missed the recent Canberra concert¬† (and also for the lucky ones who enjoyed the excellent performance) by the renowned duo of New Zealand guitarist John Couch and Australian violinist Judith Hickel, you can get a … Continue reading

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COZMO in Concert – BACH to the FUTURE!

Enjoy a Saturday afternoon musical treat! A delightful concert featuring the beautiful works of popular Baroque composers Bach, Vivaldi, Corelli and Handel. Bach to the Future also includes works by Australian composers Robert Kay and Robert Schulz and popular melodies … Continue reading

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McDonalds Sydney Eisteddfod 2010 winners

Congratulations to Andrew Blanch and Victor Matthews for respective first prize wins in the Classical Guitar (open age) and Classical Guitar (12 and under) categories last month.¬†¬†¬† In addition, Victor received a “highly commended” mention in the 16 and under … Continue reading

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