Greetings Guitar Enthusiasts,
We are pleased to announce that tickets to our first Fundraiser Dinner and Silent Auction are now on sale! We will be partnering with Speedway Masonic Lodge #500 to host a night with food, music, silent auction, and cash bar with proceeds benefitting the operating costs for the Indianapolis Society of the Classical Guitar and the Speedway Masonic Lodge #500. 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.
Tickets may be purchased at our concerts or at our secure online store here. We hope you will join us as we celebrate the guitar, have some fun, and look forward to the future of our organization!
Look forward to seeing you all there!
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.
Our Next Events:
Thursday, March 8, 2018
IUPUI Informatics and Communications Technology Complex
535 West Michigan Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202
$15 General Admission / $10 Students / Free for ISCG Members
Tickets available at the door or in our secure online store.
ISCG Dinner and Silent Auction Fundrasier
Saturday, April 7 2018
Doors open 6:00 / Silent Auction 6:30 / Dinner 7:30
Murat Shrine Egyptian Room, 510 North New Jersey Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
$30 per person
Tickets may be purchased at our concerts or in our secure online store.
Goran Krivokapić sets new standards with technical virtuosity and his characteristic interpretation of old and new repertoire, making him one of the leading guitarists of the new, international guitar scene.
He won his first international competition at the age of fourteen, and continued to win eighteen more, including two of the most prestigious guitar competitions – “Guitar Foundation of America” (GFA) in Montreal, Canada, and “Dr. Luis Sigall International Competition of Musical Performance” in Viña del Mar, Chile, both in 2004.
As a performer, lecturer and adjudicator Goran Krivokapić is a frequent guest at many international festivals such as Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Festival Internacional de Música y Danza de Granada, Kotor Art, Koblenz International Guitar Festival, Forum Gitarre Wien, Iserlohn International Guitar Festival, GFA International Guitar Convention, A Tempo Festival, Guitar Art Festival, Shenyang Guitar Festival and Daejon Guitar Festival.
His recordings and performances have been highly praised and featured in Classical Guitar Magazine (UK), Soundboard Magazine (USA), Akustik Gitarre, Neue Musikzeitung, (Germany), Gendai Guitar Magazine (Japan), Musica, Seicorde, Il Fronimo and La Stampa (Italy), Les Cahiers de la Guitare (France), Beeld and Die Burger (South Africa), Vijesti and Mobilart (Montenegro).
Goran Krivokapic’s musical focus is on the development of new works for classical guitar, mainly through making his own transcriptions from the baroque and classical works, and collaborating with contemporary composers such as Dusan Bogdanovic, Gerard Drozd and Queen Elizabeth Music Competition winner and Wim Wenders soundtrack composer Hendrik Hofmeyr. Drozd and Hofmeyr have dedicated several of their solo and chamber music works to him.
Born in 1979, Goran Krivokapic started his music education when he was eight with Mićo Poznanović at the Music School of Herceg Novi in Montenegro and furthered his studies at the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade in the class of Srdjan Tošić, graduating in 2000. He continued with Hubert Käppel and Roberto Aussel at the “Hochschule für Musik Köln” in Germany, where he graduated and received the “Konzertexamen” degree. He then pursued his master ’s degree at the Conservatorium Maastricht, the Netherlands, under the tutelage of Carlo Marchione.
He lives in Cologne with his wife and son.
For more info, visit Goran's website.