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Live Show: Peter Janson with Aaron Larget-Caplan

Date: 
Sunday, April 2, 2017 - 6:00pm

On this special edition of Rhythms of the World,  we will be joined by Peter Janson, an award-winning contemporary fingerstyle acoustic guitarist, composer, and music educator. He along with guitarist, Aaron Larget-Caplan will present "A World of Guitar: virtuoso guitar music from six continents." Their music crosses genres and styles from Americana and Celtic, to classical and flamenco, to world-jazz-fusion. To reserve your seats for this unforgettable musical adventure, please email Karen Mungal at karen@wicn.org.

Peter has performed at the Montreal Jazz Festival, the Healdsburg Guitar Festival, the Argenta Acoustic Music Series in Little Rock, the WUMB Music Festival in Boston, and venues throughout North America. He has had three albums in the Top Five of the NAR radio charts and his recordings have over one-million BMI verified broadcasts across all media. His contemporary solo guitar music fuses jazz, classical, and world-folk styles, and blends passion, artistry, and technical mastery as he weaves songs about life and the heart. And it has earned him critical acclaim: “Acoustic Guitarists Astonish!” (The Orion News, Chico CA), “absolutely one of the best, heartfelt, acoustic players today” (Grammy winning producer, Chuck Ebert), “a gifted acoustic fingerstyle player” (Dirty Linen Magazine), and “a rare 10+” (Spirit of Change Magazine).

More at: http://www.peterjanson.com/

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