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Larry Green to present BYU faculty guitar recital

On Saturday, Feb. 2, Brigham Young University faculty artist Larry Green will present a solo recital full of the sounds of Latin American and Spanish guitar.

The concert will begin at 2:15 p.m. in the Museum of Art Auditorium. Admission is free.

Green will perform pieces by artists from Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil and Spain, including Antonio Lauro’s Valse Venezolano No. 3, Fernando Sor’s Introduction and Variations on a Theme by Mozart, op. 9, Astor Piazzolla’s “Verano Porteño (5)” and João Guimarães’ “Sons de Carilhões (Maxixe-Chôro).”

Green has extensive solo, orchestral and chamber performance experience. Since 1981, he has performed with the band he began with his wife, Robyn, which is now known as the Jerseystreet Band.

Green received his bachelor’s degree from BYU and his master’s degree from Arizona State University. His professional experience includes seven years of guitar instruction at various retail music establishments across Maryland, Idaho and Utah. He has taught at BYU since 1982.

For more information, call Larry Green at (801) 422-3275.

Writer: Marissa Ballantyne

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