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William Smith and Paul Witkamp

May 11 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

| $10

William Smith and Paul Witkamp play a duo acoustic guitar program.

Program:

William Smith (b. 1989) – Sonata a la Fernando Sor
Vivace
Moderato
Presto

Carlo Domeniconi (b. 1947) – Circus Music
The Argentine Knife Throwers
Spanish Riders on Greek Horses
The Wax Museum
The Duck Race
Plik, the Flea of the Andes
The Ural Magic Voice and the Don Cossacks
The Fire Brigade “On Ice”
The Yogi who Disappears through the Key Hole
The Orchestra Says Good-Bye

Astor Piazzola (1921-1992) – Libertango

Carlo Domeniconi – Prana

Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968) – Sonatina Canonica
Mosso, grazioso e leggero
Tempo di Siciliana (Andantino)
Fandango en rondeau

Manuel de Falla y Matheu (1876-1946) – Spanish Dance
From La Vida Breve

Bios:
William Smith is a guitarist, teacher, and composer in the Chicago area. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in music performance from Ball State University and Masters of Music Performance from DePaul University. William has taught guitar privately on the Northside of Chicago since 2014. Additionally he teaches, composes, and performs through Resonance – an educational program he co-founded in 2016.

Paul Witkamp grew up in rural Indiana and was first introduced to guitar in middle school. Though he received training, it wasn’t until pursuing his bachelor’s degree in recording technology that he was exposed to classical guitar. He continued his his studies at Ball State University and earned his masters in classical guitar performance. Currently, Paul teaches private classical guitar lessons for Sherwood Community School and Merit School of Music.

William and Paul have played together as a classical duo (among other projects) since they met at Ball State University while perusing their undergraduate degrees. They’ve performed a variety of works ranging from the early Renaissance to the freshly composed. They bring to their performance an eclectic program, dynamic energy, and subtle, yet tasteful notes of innocent bromance.

Details

Date:
May 11
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
$10

Venue

Narloch Piano Studio
4636 N Francisco Ave, Chicago, IL United States