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Richard Gilewitz - Guitar and Gear Clinic


Tue 12 Nov 2013, 6:30pm–8:30pm

Where: Anthony Breed's College of Music, 206 Bazaar St., Maryborough

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: $25.00
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Richard Gilewitz, American's top clinician as well as performing artist, will present a two hour program with 2-45 minute sets, 20 min. break with a question and answer period in 2nd set and discussion/demonstrations about guitars, pickups, strings, amplification systems, and accessories. Prizes awarded and a good time is guaranteed.

For over three decades, American fingerstyle wizard Richard Gilewitz has fascinated listeners with 6 and 12-string finger gymnastics while spinning enchanting yarns of a seasoned raconteur. His signature playing style delivers a technical diversity of banjo style patterns and classical arpeggios with a rhythmic percussive approach, exploring the history of guitar with sounds of folk to Americana, the blues to the classical, ragtime to pop, and somewhere in between. In addition to his concert performances, his GillaCamp Guitar workshops, Meet the Artist seminars and Avenues for Success/Music in the Schools educational programs inspire players worldwide, providing opportunities for music lovers to hone their craft and young players to learn fingerstyle techniques and tips of the trade.