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Roberto Capocchi, guitarist: News

Guitar Games ® Training in Santa Fe - September 26, 2006

Bruce Dunlap is offering a weekend workshop. Not to be missed by ANY guitarist! October 7th and 8th.

http://www.gigsantafe.com/calendar.html

New MP3: Sevilla - September 15, 2006

I've added a recent live performace of Isaac Alneniz's "Sevilla" to the MP3 page. Check it out.

Theorbo concert - September 15, 2006

Don't miss this chance to hear theorbo virtuoso Pablo Champion, September 28 at GiG. We're spliting the bill. Details in the calendar.

Zoe in Berklee - September 6, 2006

My friend and student, a local legend in the making, just got into the Berklee School of Music. Zoe's a very talented songwriter.

Santa Fe Waldorf High School changes music program - August 30, 2006

Due to structural changes in the music program, they won't be affering a guitar class at Waldorf anymore. I'll miss the kids' sense of humor, and our donnuts / pizza parties. theorbist Pablo Champion will be teaching a great new basic musicianship calss.

Thank you Sol Cafe - August 30, 2006

I'd like to thank the owners and wonderful staff at Sol cafe for a great year of Friday evening music. We're taking a break from those performances while the cafe goes through some changes. Stay posted.

Ellen's website - August 7, 2006

Violinist Ellen Chavez de Leitner is seting up her new website, www.chavezdeleitner.com. It soon will have some samples of her new CD.

Tree House Pastry Shop and Cafe - July 29, 2006

My friend Maria Bustamante-Bernal finally opened her restaurant. It's to die for. Check it out: www.treehousepastry.com

New CDs: - July 19, 2006

Carlos Perez, great guitarist from Chile, just released the first of a series of CDs dedicated to the music of Antonio Lauro.

Composer Father Jose Maria Blanch's music is featured in a release due August featuring the composer at the piano, soprano Cecilia Letner, and violinist Ellen Chavez de Leitner. They'll be traveling to Spain soon to promote the recording.

The Patio is Open! - May 13, 2006

Summer's here in Santa Fe! Sol Cafe, on 802 Canyon Road, my regular Friday evening gig, has opened the marvelous front pation. Come enjoy the sunset, the food, the music, and the company.

Come back soon, I'll be posting new MP3s at least once a week - May 10, 2006

I finally got around getting the MP3s for a couple of recent performances: a February solo show at GiG and a March Duo Guadalupe concert for the Los Alamos Art Comission. I'll be posting them gradually, so keep coming back for more music!

New MP3s - May 10, 2006

Check out some new recordings on the MP3 pages. The are all live recordings from recent performancers.

Guilherme Vincens and Brian DeLay - March 26, 2006

Don't miss two fantastic upcoming guitar performances at GiG (GiG - 1808 Second Street
Price: Suggested Donation $10-$15)

Wednesday, April 5th, 2006
Guilherme Vincens - Classical Guitarist
8PM
Brazilian guitar virtuoso, Guilherme Vincens, in a special performance of works by the Spanish Maestro Joquain Rodrigo as well as Brazilian standards and other classical masterpieces.

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2006
Brian Delay, Classical Guitar
8PM
Brian is Santa Fe's guitarman. You can hear him in the Chamber Music Festival, the Opera, ProMusica, Serenata Santa Fe, Taos Chamber Group. This is a rare op0ortunity to hear him solo, so don't miss it!

Triple guitar houseconcert - February 23, 2006

On Sunday March 26, I'll be performing in a triple bill with Rico Stover and Daniel Weston. Rico is the schollar who edited all the Barrios publications, and Daniel is a fine classical player with a sensitive Spanish touch. Details in the calendar.

New Guitar Recital Series - December 29, 2005

The Los Alamos Guitar Council will be offering a new guitar recital series in 2006, thanks to the efforts of Dr. Greg Schneider.
The venue is the Fuller Lodge.
Greg is a fine guitarist, with whom I played The Beggar's Opera for the Santa Fe Opera, and I hope he'll be playing there soon.

Jazz from the past... - December 29, 2005

I've recently heard from two cool jazz musicians I had not heard from in years: Conrado Paulino, with whom I studied in the mid 80s (www.conradopaulino.com.br/) and Joe Weinberg, who studied with me at the University of Arizona in the mid-90s. Conrado's in Sao Paulo, Joe's in Boston. Check them out!

New SOULSTICE website - November 29, 2005

SOULSTICE, the best party band in New Mexico has a new website: http://soulsticesantafe.com These guys will get EVERYBODY on the dance floor.

Christmas Eve at the Compound - November 29, 2005

Fancy. Very Fancy. Chef/Owner Mark Kiffin is the James Beard Foundation's "Best Chef of the Southwest 2005"

Please call (505) 982-4353 for reservations.

http://www.compoundrestaurant.com

$200.000.00 in cd sales donated to Red Cross - October 29, 2005

Thank you all who bought our CD at CDBABY.COM recently. Combined sales of all the musicians enrolled in the effort, plus the donation of CDBABY's handling fees, amounted to more than $200.000.00 to the Red Cross's relief effort.

Back from the GFA - October 29, 2005

Steve Aron put toghether the best GFA in years. The level of playing was tremendous, and the concerts were varied and outstanding. Jerome Ducharme won the competition. I'll be trying to bring him, Dominic Frasca, and Duo46 to play in Santa Fe this year.

Roland Dyens birthday at Gig - October 15, 2005

Phenomenal guitarists Michael Lich, Benjamin Silva, and Joseph V. Williams II celebrate the birthday of their favorite guitarist/composer, Tunisian/French Roland Dyens, playing a lot of his music on his birthday, October 19, 8PM at GiG, 1808 Second Street, Santa Fe, as part of Classical Wednesdays. A special thanks to Joe Williams, who has been very generous with his time helping me prepare for the GFA.

Classical Wednesdays at GiG - October 15, 2005

I've been drafted as the curator for Classical Wednesdays at GiG. Gig is a small stat-of-the-art performance space featuring live music five times a week. If you'd like to perform there, let me know. Check out www.gigsantafe.com.

More Sol - October 15, 2005

Sol Cafe has extended their musical offering through December, so we're adding nine more solo guitar performances. It's a small room, so reservatons are a good idea. I play whatever I feel like, from the Bach Chaconne to Walton Bagatelles. All accoustic. Check out the Calendar for dates.

New MP3s - September 18, 2005

Two new live recordings: Manuel de Falla's Duermete Nino from Siete Canciones de Espana and Sir William Walton's Bagatelle 5 in the MP3 page.

Tickets for sale - September 13, 2005

Duo Guadalupe performs four Paganini sonatas and two Carulli Serenades on October 7th at the historic Santuario de Chimayo in Northern New Mexico. Seating is very limited and tickets are only available in advance. Details in the Calendar.
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