Aleksi Glick (BM ’11, Guitar) released his debut solo album titled Guitar and Me in March 2022. The album features 13 original compositions across a variety of music styles, including jazz, R&B, folk, rock, and bossa nova. The album is available on Apple Music and YouTube Music.
Roberto Sierra’s Sonata para Guitarra, performed by guitarist faculty member Manuel Barrueco on his album Music from Cuba and Spain, Sierra: Sonata para Guitarra, received a Latin Grammy for “Best Classical Contemporary Composition.” The 22nd Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards took place on November 18, 2021.
Guitar Professor Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75 Guitar) was named Guitar Magazine’s “Artist of the Month” for October 2021. He graces the cover of their October edition, which features an interview with Barrueco about his projects, career milestones, and overall involvement in his work as a classical guitar artist. Guitar Magazine has extensively covered Barrueco’s life […]
Guitar instructor Thomas Viloteau recorded The Walls by Sergio Assad featuring Yo-Yo Ma, cello, and leading guitarists from around the world, including Meng Su (PC ’09, GPD ’11, MM ’16, AD ‘18, Guitar; GPD ’15, Chamber Ensemble), Ana Vidovic (AD ’07, Guitar), David Tanenbaum (’76, Guitar), and Berta Rojas (MM ’98, GPD ’00, Guitar). The piece premiered on YouTube […]
Guitar Professor Manuel Barrueco’s (BM ’75, Guitar) album Music from Cuba and Spain; Sierra: Sonata para Guitarra has been nominated for a Latin GRAMMY in the category of Best Classical Album. The album was released by Tonar Music and mastered by Recording Arts faculty Ed Tetreault. Barrueco was featured in a WJZ interview discussing his […]
Meng Su (PC ’09, GPD ’11, MM ’16, AD ‘18, Guitar; GPD ’15, Chamber Ensemble) has been endorsed by Swiss watch brand Enicar. The brand has been linked to motor sports like Formula One, soccer player Pelé, as well as diving, tennis, cycling, and boxing athletes.
Doctor of Musical Arts in Guitar candidate Andrew Marino will appear as a guest lecturer/performer at SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music, presenting his research titled Changing Viewpoints: The Evolution of Middle Eastern Style Influence on Guitar Works from the Nineteenth Century to Present-Day.
Andy Mitchell (BM ’96, MM ’98, Guitar) composed Linear Singularity, a composition about the growth of Artificial Intelligence as represented by music. The piece was dedicated to Matt Palmer, who performed the world premiere on March 6, 2021 through the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society.
Professor Manuel Barrueco (BM ’75, Guitar) is featured in the March/April 2021 issue of Acoustic Guitar. In the article, Barrueco talks about his new album Music from Cuba and Spain, Sierra: Sonata Para Guitarra.
Andrea González Caballero (GPD ’20, Guitar) co-wrote and performed on four tracks in the score for the feature film No Man’s Land.