Wistariahurst – Classical Guitarist Michael Sheridan in Concert Text Size

Event takes place on October 13, 2013 at 2:00 PM until 4:00 PM
238 Cabot Street

Brooklyn-based, New York City guitarist Michael Sheridan will play at Wistariahurst Museum. He possesses extraordinary talent as a solo performer, with a wide repertoire that includes Spanish and classical guitar, Tango, Bossa Nova and South American-style pieces. He will be playing from his recently released album Prelude – a mix of classical  and jazz arrangements, ranging from Django Reinhardt’s Nuage and Montagne Sainte-Genevieve to Bach to music from Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos.  Sheridan has been largely influenced by French guitarist Roland Dyens, whose Berceuse Diurne and El Choclo appear on Prelude.

Self taught, Michael Sheridan has been playing since age 7 when he picked up a guitar. Years later he was guided by Phil de Fremery, an American classical guitarist who studied under Andrés Segovia and Oscar Ghiglia and now lives in Western Massachusetts. In his not-to-be-missed concert October 13, Michael Sheridan will charm the audience with his passionate, versatile and
diverse classical guitar playing. Tickets $10 general / $7 seniors & students

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