Greetings Guitar Enthusiasts
Thank you to all who attended Rupert Boyd's concert. It was a great effort to get him here due to all the cancelled flights and weather related delays, but it was well worth the effort.
We want to take a moment to thank everyone who attended our concerts this season, especially our dedicated members. It is your membership and ticket fees that allow us continue to bring world class classical guitar to Indianapolis.
Sadly, that is it for our visiting artist series this season. We will begin booking our next season soon so keep an eye out this spring for the announcement.
In the meantime, we still have our annual spring open stage coming up as well. See the details to the right. Bring your guitar and play us something you have been working in. Or just come and listen and support your fellow guitarist. We look forward to seeing you there.
President, Indianapolis Society of the Classical Guitar
ISCG on the Radio
ISCG President John Alvarado recently spoke with Sharon Gamble on WFYI's The Art of the Matter to discuss the 2014-2015 season. If you missed the interview you can catch it at the link below! Our spot begins around the 13 minute mark.
Our Next Event:
ISCG Open Stage
Date: Sunday, April 26 2015
Location: Circle Unitarian Universalist Church
1818 w. 57th St.
Cost: Free and open to all
Guitar Raffle Winner Has Been Drawn!
The winner of our 2014-2015 Guitar Raffle has been drawn. A HUGE thanks to Cordoba Guitars form their generous donation in support of the Indianapolis Society of the Classical Guitar.
Cordoba Guitars has donated us a new GK Studio Negra classical guitar. We will be selling tickets for the guitar at our concerts throughout the 2014-2015 season. We will draw a winner at the final concert of the year in March, 2015. Tickets will be $10 each and you may purchase as many as you like. All proceeds go to support the operating costs of the ISCG.
The Cordoba GK Studio Negra model features a solid European Spruce top but with Indian rosewood back and sides to bring out a full bass and robust tone. The contrasting maple binding and black ebony tuners add to this guitars' overall beauty. A Fishman Presys Blend pickup comes installed, making this guitar a perfect gigging instrument. You can read more about the guitar at Cordoba’s website here.