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Córdoba’s F7 Paco is a Versatile, Fun-to-Play Guitar


by Adam Perlmutter I’m not necessarily a flamenco guitarist, but when I play some basic rasgueados and golpes on Córdoba’s F7 Paco, the sound is unmistakably Iberian. What’s more, the guitar’s cedar soundboard and rosewood back and sides—as opposed to the more common choices of cedar and cypress or sycamore—seem to give it a warm, [...]


Vintage Footage of An Andrés Segovia Master Class

Andres Segovia Master Class

  Vintage video of a master class offered by classical guitar virtuoso Andrés Segovia.


With ‘Rincones de España’ Angel Romero Pays Homage to his Friend and Mentor, Joaquín Rodrigo


[Editor’s Note: Angel Romero is the youngest son of legendary guitarist Celedonio Romero, who, along with Angel’s brothers Pepe and Celin, formed the widely admired Los Romeros guitar quartet in 1960, three years after the family emigrated from Spain to America. He continued playing with Los Romeros until 1990, when he was replaced by Celin’s [...]

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U.S. Nonprofit Brings Classical Guitar to New Audiences


Three top young guitarists—Americans Adam Levin and Matthew Rohde, and Australian Scott Borg—have banded together to form the Kithara Project, a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that aims to bring classical guitar to underserved communities. “The mission is to bring the magic of the guitar through partnerships, performances, workshops, and residencies to communities in the U.S. and [...]


Classical Guitarist and NAXOS Recording Artist Adam Levin Discusses Career Highlights


[Editor's Note: This article originally appeared in the August 2013 issue of Classical Guitar magazine.] Interviewed by Guy Traviss Your introduction to the guitar was marked by a very solid work ethic. How did you come to play the instrument and what drove you to work at it so much? I came to the guitar through my [...]


David Russell, Xuefei Yang, and Milos Karadaglic Reflect on the ‘Concierto de Aranjuez’


On its 75th anniversary, three master guitarists reflect on JoaquÍn Rodrigo’s popular masterpiece To get inside the Concierto de Aranjuez from the player’s perspective, I interviewed three guitarists who have added their unique interpretations to the canon of recorded versions: David Russell’s 1997 take (for Telarc) was cut with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by [...]

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