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Larry Green will present BYU guitar recital Nov. 3

Brigham Young University faculty artist and popular local musician Lawrence Green will present a guitar recital Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 p.m. in the Madsen Recital Hall.

Admission is free and the public is invited to attend.

Using a Latin theme, Green will perform such selections as “Sonatina Meridional” by Manuel Ponce, “Sons de Carilhões (Maxixe-Chôro)” by João Guimarães, “Valse Venezolano,” no. 3 by Antonio Lauro and “Sonata a la Espanola” by Joaquin Rodrigo.

Green received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music from BYU and Arizona State University, respectively. His professional experience includes seven years of guitar instruction at various retail music establishments across Maryland, Idaho and Utah. He has instructed guitar at BYU for 23 years.

Green has recorded several CDs, including “Kingsfold” by Tantara Records at BYU, “At the River” by Sanctus Records and “One More Summer” by PST Records. Green also plays with the Jerseystreet Band, originally known as Robyn and the Hired Hands, which he and his wife formed.

For more information, contact Lawrence Green at (801) 422-3275.

Writer: Brian Rust

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