Scott Kritzer, Classical Guitar
Date: September 25 2004 Location: - Agnes Flanagan Chapel
Romance and the Guitar
Saturday, September 25, 8 p.m.
Agnes Flanagan Chapel
Tickets $15 general, $10 seniors: $5 LC at door.
Lewis & Clark College community free with advance tickets at the College Bookstore.
Tickets also available at Tickets West, 800 992-8499
Performance Workshop for all instruments with Scott Kritzer
Sunday, October 3, 4 p.m.
Consult Performance Workshop for further information and registration.
Internationally known classical guitarist Scott Kritzer performs a number of his favorites from Spain, Brazil, Cuba, Italy, as well as works by Bach, for this performance in Agnes Flanagan Chapel.. For over two decades Kritzer, who teaches guitar at Lewis & Clark College and privately, has performed around the world–Carnegie Hall, New York City; The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., London’s Wigmore Hall, San Francisco, Frankfurt , Sapporo, and Los Angeles. Purchase your tickets early for this extraordinary concert:
“Scott Kritzer is a guitarist in the best modern American mold, clean and accurate in technique with a rare musical sensitivity” Colin Cooper, The Classical Guitar, London
“Scott Kritzer, an intelligent and self-assured musician with a sure technique and a musical sensitivity, created an inner life in his playing of Bach and proved himself a versatile manipulator of timbre from the steely twang of the Falla to the muted warmth in the Mozart. A thinking and caring musician.” Bernard Holland, The New York Times
Kritzer will also be performing a guitar Master Class on Sunday, October 3 at 4 p.m. in Evans Auditorium. An unlimited number of auditor spots are open. Five guitarists will be chosen to perform. Kritzer is a highly sought after teacher of the classical guitar. Past students have won regional, national and international guitar competitions and have attended such notable musical institutions as the Royal College in London, The Julliard School in New York and at Kritzer’s alma mater, the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
For additional information on voice and guitar performance, consult the
Chvatal- Kritzer Duo