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Afternoon Music Club: Classical Guitar Concert

Brad Rau Classical Guitarist

Afternoon Music Club: Classical Guitar Concert Brad Rau Classical Guitarist Tue, September 19, 1pm – 2pm $7 Dollars at the Door First United Methodist Church 865 South Main Street in Phoenixville, PA Afternoon Music Club is designed to spread an interest in good music in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania and vicinity and to give all possible encouragement and assistance to promising young artists. The club offers scholarship ($500) to a high school seniors entering West Chester’ Normal’s music program. Brad Rau has been performing music for over 20 years all over Boston, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, as a classical guitarist, rock guitarist, and rock drummer. Brad received a scholarship to attend New England Conservatory (NEC), and received a Master’s degree in 2015 with academic honors. At NEC, he studied classical guitar under Eliot Fisk who was the last pupil of Andres Segovia. Brad has performed in countless masterclasses with instructors including; Sharon Isbin, Andrew York and Jason Vieaux, all Grammy award winning guitarists. Brad’s personal learning methods have enabled him to surpass his competition memorizing over 8 hours of the most difficult repertoire for the classical guitar. Brad was a semi-finalist in the International Texas Guitar Competition of 2008. In addition to his performing career, Brad has mentored hundreds of students of all ages, styles and levels. Many of Brad’s students have gone on to develop their own music careers and teaching studios. Brad’s unique teaching style combines music, physics, philosophy and humor, making him a well-rounded instructor for a variety of students.

Date & Time

September 19, 2017

1:00PM - 2:00PM

More Info

Event Website

$7 Dollars at the Door

Performing Arts & Dance Phoenixville First United Methodist Church Avon Grove Kennett Square Chadds Ford Oxford Unionville Landenberg


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