Meeting June 2nd, 2015

THE PROGRAM

Jim Malachi and Sam Cooper – Waltz Across Texas by Billy Talmadge

Jim Malachi  – Kathy’s Song / The Boxer by  Simon and Garfunkel

Guitar ensemble – Bourree,  G.F. Handel 1685-1759 (No video available)

Jim Malachi and Sam Cooper – Red Haired Boy (Irish song)

Bill Graham – Adelita  by Francisco Tárrega and  Evocación  by José Luis Merlín

John Swinnerton – Staffordshire # 2 and Jazz # 1 by John Swinnerton

Grant Ruiz and Dan Fellman – Libertango  by Piazzolla,  Brazil by Ary Barrosa

Joe Thompson –  Prelude and Fugue in E minor by Joe Thompson

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Francie Buckley and ​Mark Williams are looking for someone who would like to play with them in a guitar ​trio, roughly intermediate level. francie@mind.net or mark.b.williams@charter.net.

As a membership-based organization, the JCGS relies on annual dues ($20) to continue operating. We encourage all people who attend meetings, either to play or to listen, to pay dues. If everybody who attended did so, we could generate at least $700-$800 annually before any other fundraising. We’re currently up to $400 for the year.

See the evolving new website (jeffersonguitars.org) for videos of performances of the last meetings. Over time, the website will also include additional information like ongoing gigs by members.

UPCOMING GIGS AND CONCERTS (Please send updates to fiddletime@aol.com.)

Nick Temple, former student of Joe Thompson, will perform his senior piano recital at the SOU Music Recital Hall on Friday, June 5, at 7:30 PM. Admission is free.

Tye Austin will play a classical guitar concert sponsored by the JCGS on Friday June 19th, 7:00 PM at Paschal Winery. Admission is $15 at the door. See him on Facebook.

Grant Ruiz, flamenco and classical guitarist, plays at Alchemy at the Winchester Inn, Ashlandnow Thursdays, 7:30 to 9:30 PM.Due Mandolini, Laurel and Milton Bloombaum, Saturday 6 to 8 PM at Julek’s Polish Kitchen, 160 N. Pacific Hwy. Talent. 541-897-4444.

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