Two free mandolin and guitar concerts at RWU

Posted 6/22/22

The American Mandolin & Guitar Summer School (AMGuSS) will present two concerts. On Tuesday, hear Marilynn Mair, mandolin, and Enigmatica, a plucked string ensemble, with music from Bach to …

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Two free mandolin and guitar concerts at RWU

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The American Mandolin & Guitar Summer School (AMGuSS) will present two concerts. On Tuesday, hear Marilynn Mair, mandolin, and Enigmatica, a plucked string ensemble, with music from Bach to Brazil and music from their new CDs. On Friday, July 1, Barry Mitterhof, mandolin and The American Mandolin & Guitar Orchestra will perform. Mitterhof, the AMGuSS guest artist, will play a solo mandolin set, followed by an orchestra of musicians from across the country with music from the Baroque to the 20th century.

WHAT: American Mandolin & Guitar Summer School concerts

WHERE: Mary Tefft White Cultural Center, Roger Williams University Library, 1 Old Ferry Road, Bristol

WHEN: Tuesday, June 28, at 7 p.m. and Friday, July 1, at 7 p.m.

COST: Free and open to the public, but space is limited.

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