Andrew Zohn, guitar
Air on a Ground Bass – Henry Purcell (1659-1695)
Sonata a la Espanola (1963) – Joaquin Rodrigo (1901-1999)
I. Allegro Assai
III. Tempo de Bolero
Guarania – Hector Ayala (1914-1990)
Gato e Malambos – Hector Ayala (1914-1990)
2 Toccate em ritmo – Radames Gnattali (1906-1988)
– intermission –
Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968)
Five Classic Rock Songs (arr. A. Zohn)
Riders on the Storm – The Doors
Color My World – Chicago
Changes – David Bowie
In My Life – The Beatles
Can’t Find My Way Home – Blind Faith
American guitarist Andrew Zohn is recognized internationally for his work as a performer, instructor, and composer. He has performed concerts on five continents as a soloist and chamber musician. In addition to extensive touring throughout the United States, recent performances include venues in China, Argentina, Italy, Egypt, Malaysia, Germany, and the Netherlands.
Since 1999, Dr. Zohn has served on the faculty of the Schwob School of Music (Columbus State University) in Georgia, where he directs the annual CSU Guitar Symposium. He has performed and taught at many of the world's most prestigious music festivals including the Festival of New Music (Central Conservatory of Music, China) the Guitar on the Mediterranean Guitar Festival (Italy), Sevilla Guitar Festival (Spain), Guitar Festival Changsha and Shenyang Festival (China), the Iserlohn Guitar Symposium (Germany), Borguitar Festival (Italy), the Guitar Foundation of America (USA), Festivale Emilia Romagna and Musica Ravenna (Italy), and GuitareMontreal (Canada).
Original compositions and transcriptions by Andrew Zohn are published through Les Productions d'Oz, Canada, Tuscany publications (Theodore Presser), and FJH Publications. His recordings for Clear Note and Centaur Records have received wide acclaim from American Record Guide, Classical Guitar Magazine, GuitArt Magazine, Soundboard, Guitarra Magazine, and Rosewood Review.
For more information on Andrew Zohn, please visit: Andrew Zohn, Schwob School of Music
This concert is made possible in part by friends and supporters of the Candlewood Farm Arts Foundation.