Greetings Guitar Enthusiasts,
We are pleased to announce our Second Annual Fundraiser Dinner and Silent Auction event will be on Saturday, April 13 at the Murat Shrine! We will be hosting a night of food, live music, silent auction, and cash bar with proceeds benefitting the operating costs for the Indianapolis Society of the Classical Guitar. All money raised will directly fund our concert series, workshops, masterclasses, and other events in order to support our mission of bringing world class classical guitar to central Indiana.
We hope you will join us as we celebrate the guitar, have some fun, and look forward to the future of our organization! Tickets are available at any of our concerts or through our online store. More details to the right in our "Upcoming Events" section.
And don't forget that our 2018/2019 concert series marches on with our next visiting artist, Aleksanar Hadzi-Djordjevic on March 7.
Aleksandar was born in Belgrade, Serbia. He made his debut in 1980 at the age of 16, performing Joaquín Rodrigo’s “Concierto de Aranjuez” with Zagreb Symphonists and Uroš Lajovic at the Lisinski Concert Hall. In 1984, he won the first place at International Guitar Competition in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic. He studied guitar at the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague with prof. Štěpán Rak and prof. Martin Mysliveček and graduated with distinction in 1987.
Aleksandar Hadži-Đorđević ‘s prolific and versatile career has been flowing equally successful in two directions – as a guitar pedagogue and as a concert performer. He has taught guitar at several Music schools in Belgrade. Many of his pupils have won highest prizes at guitar competitions and some of them are now accomplished artists and professors of guitar at universities of Europe and USA.
He has built a prominent career as a solo artist, performing in Serbia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Cyprus, Bulgaria, Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also, as a chamber musician, performing in a duo with his colleague prof. Srđan Tošić. His performances were praised by the critics for his “beautiful, colorful tone, musicality and intuition that is seldom heard” (Политика, February 2005). Aleksandar Hadži-Đorđević received his PhD degree at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade in June 2015. He is Assistant professor of Guitar at University of Arts in Belgrade, Faculty of Music.
Tickets available at the event or in our online store.
We look forward to seeing you there!
John Alvarado, President
Indianapolis Society of the Classical Guitar
President: John Alvarado
Vice President: Brett Terrell
Treasurer: John Cazares
Secretary: Tom Fowler
The ISCG is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization.
Your tax-deductible donation will be greatly beneficial in promoting and sustaining our efforts.
Please visit the ISCG store to make a donation.
Rovshan Mamedkuliev Concert
Thursday, April 11, 2019
Time: 7:30 pm
$15 General Admission / $10 Students / Free for ISCG Members
Tickets available at the door or you may purchase in advance by clicking here.
ISCG Dinner and Silent Auction Fundraiser
Saturday, April 13, 2019
Time: Doors open 6:00/ Silent Auction 6:30/ Dinner 7:30
Location: Murat Shrine Arabian Room, 510 North New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Tickets available at our concerts or by clicking here.
Photos from the 2018 Silent Auction and Dinner Fundraiser