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To promote the classical guitar in the community

First Meeting of the Year, Sunday March 4th, featuring Jane Curry

Our next meeting will be held on Sunday March 4th 2018

At Thistle Hall

293 Cuba St, Te Aro, Wellington

The meeting will start at 4.15 and
finish at 6.30 pm.

Access to the meeting room is through an open door on the side of the building in Arthur Street. Then go upstairs to the first floor.


Featured performer:

We are most fortunate to have Jane Curry perform for us as our guest performer at our first meeting for 2018. This will certainly be beautiful and engaging music played with Jane’s usual wonderful skill and heart. Do not miss this performance.



Jane will play a programme of music by Spanish guitar composers Santiago de Murcia and Francisco Tarrega, and a set of transcriptions by Isaac Albeniz.

Born in the UK and now based in New Zealand, Jane is a member of the New Zealand Guitar Quartet and Archi d’Amore Zelanda.
She completed her Doctorate at the University of Arizona, USA and now balances solo and chamber music engagements with the coordination of the largest classical guitar programme in New Zealand at the New Zealand School of Music, Victoria University, Wellington.


A contemporary of J S Bach once complimented him on the wonderfulness of his organ playing. Bach humbly replied that as long as he played the right notes at the right time the instrument did the rest.




Clyde will start us off with an introduction simpler piece
for all in a group situation. Many thanks to Clyde for the contributions he makes
 to our group in this area.



We will continue with our ensemble this year as per usual.
At the moment Owen is checking out available resources. So for this first
meeting we will have a play through of the piece found at WCGS 2018 Music . However a booklet is
in the pipeline (printed copies $5 each)



As usual we will have time for members playing. Either
ensembles, duos or solos. And please, it does not  have to be “classical”  music that you perform.  Jazz , pop , folk. And also “own
compositions” are very welcome.


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