Cañizares speaks exclusively to Guitar Magazine about his latest album, "Aranjuez, ma pensée & Preludio al atardecer," featuring works by Rodrigo.
Guitar Magazine's Artist of the Month for April 2021 is considered one of the greatest geniuses of Brazilian music. Yamandú Costa is a guitarist, composer, and arranger, and with his unique compositions and his seven-string guitar, he engages audiences at every concert and with every album.
Máximo Pujol talks to Guitar Magazine about the origins of tango and his Argentine Trio, with which he is achieving great success trying to reach audiences different from the usual ones.
Koen Claeys: “If an Audience Can Relate to the Music You Are Playing, and You Play It Well, You Have Done Your Job”
Koen Claeys discusses some of his thoughts on chamber music, commissioning new works, and reaching out to new audiences.
Guitar Magazine is grateful to Arturo Castro Nogueras for accepting the invitation to publish the first post on our blog. The Caribbean, for me personally, has been good to think with, my world was creolized from the start. —Stuart Hall Certainly, Jamaican/English cultural theorist Stuart Hall’s words greatly resonate with ...
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Tonar Music releases a coffee-table book called “No. 58, Manuel Barrueco, Robert Ruck, & a Guitar”, which tells the story of Barrueco’s legendary guitar No. 58 by Robert Ruck, which has become one of the most famous classical guitars in the world.