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Thank you to the wonderful performers, teachers, conductors, composers and luthiers of the SU Guitar Festival, 2009-2016

Zane Forshee, D.J. Sparr, Troy King, Larry Snitzler, Peter Fletcher, Risa Carlson, Robert Trent, Thomas Kirchhoff, Javier Calderon, Robert Baker, Doug Seth, Christopher Braddock, Zoe Johnstone-Stewart, Michael Newman and Laura Oltman, Daniel Boring, David Pace, Kevin Cope, Jason Balish, Amadeus Duo, Dale Kavanagh, Alessio Olivieri, Matt Palmer, Vendim Thaqi, Colin Davin, Ian Wardenski, Jerry Tabor, Keith Calmes, Bradley Colten and Heather Holden, Jennifer Trowbridge, Michael Byle, Chris English, Duane Large, Louise Anderson, Duo Three-Fifty, Mike Kirkpatrick, The Zen Monkeys and Friends: Colleen Clark, Suzanna Mallow, Becca Doughty, Quinn Parsley, Alex Cooper.

And thank you to the students and studio teachers in Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Washington DC for participating over the years!

The SU Guitar Festival is currently on hiatus, but please check back for future events.

Ongoing projects in the SU Guitar world include:

Pinehurst Guitar Club:

SU Guitar Majors are working with students at Pinehurst Elementary in a weekly after-school club for 5th Graders. Half and three-quarter size guitars have been provided by the SU Department of Music, Theatre and Dance.


Visiting Artist in Residence Program:

The Aachen Guitar Duo (Julian Nussberger and Martin Friese) from Germany are in residence at SU this term, working with students, performing and teaching.

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