The Classical Guitar Summer School is an annual event organised in January by the Classical Guitar Society. It is arranged in graded classes and involves:
- Ensemble work
- Participation in a Guitar Orchestra
- Lecture recital
- Private tuition
Summer School 2013
Wed 9 – Sun 13 January, 2013
Ascham School Music Department
188 New South Head Road,
Tutors: Helen Sanderson (UK),
with Raffaele Agostino, Christopher Keane, Richard Charlton, Janet Agostino, Oliver Fartach-Naini, Simon Powis.
Fees: CGS members $245.
Non members $295.(includes Classical Guitar Society
membership to 30 June 2013)
2013 RURAL and REGIONAL CGS SUMMER SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS
With these scholarships the Society makes provision for promising and enthusiastic guitar students from regional or rural areas of Australia. Aimed primarily at pre-tertiary level guitarists and 1st year tertiary students, they cover the Summer School enrolment fee and the cost of billeting with a member of the Society from the evening of Tuesday 8/1/13 to the morning of Monday 14/1/2013. Only applicants over 18 years of age can be billeted due to NSW Child Protection Laws. The applicant should meet any travel costs to and from the Summer School.
These scholarships are made possible by the generosity of Alhambra Guitars.
Applications close on Friday, November 30, 2012. The successful applicants will be notified by Friday, December 7.
Click here to download and print the application form.
THURSDAY CONCERT: GUIVIO DUO in recital
3:20pm, Thursday January 10, 2013
Ascham School Music Dept.
188 New South Head Rd, Edgecliff Sydney
CGS Members and concession $15, Adults $20.
Free Admission for Summer School Participants
Talented Inner-West residents, Giuseppe Zangari and Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich joined forces 3 years ago to form Guivio Duo, Sydney’s premier guitar and violin ensemble.
Victoria enjoys being actively involved in Contemporary and Australian music, she works closely with many Australian composers to commission and help create new compositions, as well as regularly performing and recording new music.
Giuseppe studied with Gregory Pikler at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music and is known for his passionate performances of 19th century Italian guitar compositions. He holds teaching positions at both Sydney and Newcastle Conservatoria.