Throughout the academic year, the VCU Guitar Series presents outstanding classical and flamenco guitarists in concerts and master classes.
Guest artists featured in this series are widely recognized throughout the U.S. and around the world. Past performers have included British guitarist Simon Dinnigan, flamenco guitarists Paco de Malaga and Richard Marlow, the Alexandria Guitar Quartet, William Kanengiser, Larry Snitzler, Dennis Koster, Lily Afshar, the Lafayette Trio, and Italian guitarists Lorenzo Micheli and Aldo Minella.
Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 4 p.m.
Sonia Vlahcevic Concert Hall
W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts
Denver Walker graduated Cum Laude with her Bachelor in Music Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2013. At VCU she was awarded the Jesus Silva Merit Scholarship. Denver studied with David Toussaint, John Patykula and Charlie Moeser. Denver currently is pursuing a Master’s degree in Music Performance at Shenandoah Conservatory where she studies with renowned pedagogue and artist, Julian Gray. At Shenandoah, Denver earned a competitive assistantship. Outside of school Denver performs in the Winchester and Richmond areas and teaches Skype/FaceTime lessons. She will graduate in spring of 2017.
Nathan Mills received his Master’s degree in classical guitar performance from East Carolina University. Prior to that, he graduated with a Bachelor in Music Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University, where he was awarded the Jesús Silva Merit Scholarship for guitar. Nathan currently teaches and performs throughout the Richmond area. His latest project is performing and teaching his own arrangements on his new site, BeyondTheGuitar.com. His arrangements combine the beauty of the classical guitar with music rarely heard on the instrument, using movie, TV and video game soundtracks as source material.
$15 general admission, $10 students
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