Dr. Daniel Bolshoy - Classical Guitar Masterclass

Dr. Daniel Bolshoy - Classical Guitar Masterclass
Wednesday, 13 December 2017, 14:30
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Dr. Daniel Bolshoy - Head of the guitar program at the faculty of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music - The University of Georgia 

Daniel Bolshoy has recently been appointed to the faculty of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music where he directs the guitar program.

One of Canada’s leading concert artists, he has performed as a soloist with over sixty orchestras internationally including the Mexico City Philharmonic, Israel Chamber, Volgograd Symphony (Russia), and the symphony orchestras of New Mexico, Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Kingston, Victoria, Okanagan, Saskatoon, Nova Scotia, as well as the Manitoba Chamber Orchestra, the Ottawa Chamber, and many others.

An avid chamber musician, he has performed at numerous chamber music festival and concert series throughout North America, Europe, Russia, Asia and the Middle East. Daniel Bolshoy appears on seven commercial recordings and two documentary films on the Bravo! TV network. His recordings and live performances are often broadcast on CBC Radio, NPR and various classical music stations. He has recently completed a tour of concerts and master classes in China, including a residency at the Beijing central conservatory.

Daniel Bolshoy has adjudicated many international music competitions, including the Guitar Foundation of America, Guitar-Gems festival in Israel, the Tabula Rasa festival in Russia, and the National Finals of the Canadian Federation of Music Festivals. Dr. Bolshoy holds a D.M. Degree from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. His students have won awards in competitions, and scholarships to leading Universities and Conservatories, including awards in the Federation of Canadian Music Festival, The Northwest, The Guitar Foundation of America, the Parkening, and the Alessandria (Italy) International Guitar competitions.

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Improving the technique and the interpretation of the classical guitar

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