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Adam Levin
April 1, 2016
8:00 PM

 

 

 

 
 

 

Prez Sez  2015-16

Dear Triangle Guitar Society Members and Friends,

 

Happy late summer everyone!

 

Folks, this is the time of year when everyone’s membership is due so print the Membership Form and mail in your dues in today.

 

Our new board member Chris Adkins and past Board member Dave Belcher were both raving about the finest player at this summer’s Eastern Carolina University Guitar Festival: Adam Kossler. We are very excited to present him in recital Sept. 26th, just five weeks from today. See related articles about him and his upcoming program below.

 

Our first Salon Recital will be a double billing featuring two soloists: Chris Adkins and Dave Belcher. Chris Adkins is a native North Carolinian (Hillsborough) and he just finished his Doctorate in Performance from my Alma Mater, Florida State University. Chris is a fine performer and an excellent addition to our Board. Dave Belcher is preparing for graduate school in guitar and also is a fine performer, as many of you will remember from his impressive performance of Giuliani’s Rossiniana, Opus 119, at the 2014 TGS Benefit Recital. We will firm up this date soon, so stay tuned.

 

We are very pleased to present Adam Levin performing an all new, mostly Spanish program April 1 (new date).

 

We have not yet firmed up the show for the second Salon concert but it will most likely be in late April.

 

Salomé Sandoval McNutt has offered to perform in our 2016 TGS Benefit Recital in late May. She may even perform with her Lute or Baroque Guitar.

 

Visit www.triangleguitar.org to see photos from our concerts from last year thanks to Michael Chua, our resident photographer.

 

So folks, we have $1,965 in our account right now and we usually have at least $3,000 at this time of year, so please consider sending in a bit more and mail your annual dues in today. Please do know that your support and participation at our events are vital for keeping this non-profit afloat!

 

Cheers,

 

Randy Reed

TGS Prez

 

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