On our next Fretworks broadcast, the exciting young Chinese guitarist Xuefei Yang will play music of Johann Sebastian Bach from her CD of Bach concertos arranged for guitar and string quartet.
On our next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 on Classical 101, we’ll have some musical warmth for a cold day with the Concierto del Sur, “Concerto of the South” by Mexican composer Manuel Ponce.
The first Fretworks broadcast for 2014 this Saturday evening at 7 also marks the one year anniversary of the show
The exciting young Chinese guitarist Xuefei Yang already has an international reputation for her fine sense of artistry and performing ability. She has been heard several times on Classical 101′s weekly program for music of the classical guitar, Fretworks, Saturday evenings at 7.
Join us Saturday evening at 7 p.m. for music of the classical guitar on Fretworks on Classical 101, with music ranging from Antonio Vivaldi and Nicolo Paganini, to Astor Piazzolla, Alexander Tansman and Stanley Myers.
This Saturday evening on Fretworks, we have music for a variety of instruments: solo guitar, lute accompanied by violin and cello, flute and guitar, and an English guitar concerto.
Our next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 on Classical 101 will include solo, trio, and concerto performances. This week’s program for music of the classical guitar will feature works from Spain, Italy, and Brazil.
Join us for music of the guitar, ranging from a famous English folk song, a late renaissance dance suite, a Spanish-inspired concerto, and a musical souvenir of Russia, all on the next Fretworks Saturday evening at 7 here on Classical 101.
The next Fretworks broadcast Saturday evening at 7 pm will have you humming opera tunes by Rossini, but there will be no voices. The Los Angeles Guitar Quartet andÂ Pepe Romero will be featured on this weeks program.
Fretworks, our weekly program for music for the classical guitar, will feature several unique arrangements for the next broadcast on Saturday evening at 7 pm here on Classical 101. Czech composer Antonin Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances have long been popular in their orchestral version, but we have one of them arranged for the Toulouse Mandolin Ensemble [...]