Guitarist brings art to life

By March 28, 2011

Inspired by the “John Buck: Iconography” exhibition, classical guitarist William Feasley will bring to life musical works by several American composers when he performs Sunday, April 10, at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. The concert runs from 3 to 4 p.m. in the museum auditorium at 216 O St.

Feasley will perform works by Peter Madlem, Robert Beaser, Carlos Jobim and Thelonius Monk, along with the world premiere of “Black Tango (Tango Negro)” by the Argentine composer Marcelo Ferraris.

His appearance is part of the museum’s classical concert series, which continues Sunday, May 22, with the Sacramento Saturday Club performing works by American Impressionist composer Charles Griffes to complement the American Impressionist exhibition.

Concerts highlight different musical periods, styles and instrumentation while complementing special exhibitions and the permanent collection of the Crocker.



Debbie Davis

Debbie Davis

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