Davis Arts Center
1919 F Street, Davis, CA 95616
Michael Azevedo | firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 23, 2015
Davis, CA – Davis Arts Center’s 6th Annual Classical Guitar Concert Series continues with a performance by DuoSF on April 11 at 7 pm at 1919 F Street in Davis.
Dedicated to bringing accessible yet challenging music to audiences, DuoSF was formed in 2010 and is already becoming recognized as one of America’s most promising ensembles. Members Christopher Mallet and Robert Miller have performed around the world with appearances throughout North America, Asia, and Europe. Notable venues include the Lemmensinstituut in Belgium, the Fondation Universitaire in Brussels, the Jakarta International Music Festival in Indonesia, Kulas Hall at Oberlin Conservatory and Kilbourn Hall at Eastman School of Music.
Also devoted music educators, Mallet and Miller are the owners and directors of the California Conservatory of Guitar in Santa Clara, CA. Their debut album, Corta Jaca, with works from South America and Spain, was released in 2014.
At the Arts Center, the duo will perform a diverse program that includes classical works by Domenico Scarlatti, Radamés Gnattali and famed tango composer Astor Piazzolla, as well as modern compositions by Sergio Assad, Paulo Belinatti, Celso Machado and Lennon/McCartney.
Tickets are $15 general admission, $10 students and seniors, and $5 children 12 and under. Davis Arts Center members receive a 10% discount on tickets purchased in advance. Discount does not apply to children’s tickets. For more information on the series and to purchase tickets, visit www.davisartscenter.org/events/classical-guitar-concert-series/ or call 530-756-4100.
Davis Arts Center’s Classical Guitar Concert Series will continue with performances by Yuri Liberzon, yuriguitar.com, on May 2 and Tatiana Senderowicz on June 13; plus Matthew Grasso’s Annual Celebration of the 7-String Guitar on July 7.
The Davis Arts Center, located at 1919 F Street, is a gathering place for dynamic engagement with the arts. Through multidisciplinary classes and programs for the regional community, the Art Center inspires creative expression in people of all ages and fosters an environment for the arts to flourish.