Photo by: Megan Demit, Nahant Historical Society collections
Sunday, August 24, 2014, 4:00 PM
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Neal Fitzpatrick, Classical Guitar: From Spain to the New World
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Classical Guitar: From Spain to the New World
Sunday, August 24, 2014 (4:00 PM)
About the Performer
Neal Fitzpatrick is a Connecticut native. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree
from the Hartt School of Music and earned a Master of Music from the Yale
School of Music in 1998. He studied extensively with jazz great Sal Salvador
and world-renowned classical guitarist Sharon Isbin. He continued his studies at
Yale under another master and innovator of the guitar, Benjamin Verdery. While
at Yale he served as Mr. Verdery’s teaching assistant for one year. His awards
include the annual Applied Music Department Guitar Award for Excellence
-- a highly competitive award given at the end of each school year at the Hartt
School. He also was recipient of the Benjamin Jepson Award at Yale.
Mr. Fitzpatrick, an active soloist and chamber musician, has performed at diverse
venues such as Connecticut Classical Guitar Society, Aspen Music Festival, Bates
Recital Hall in Austin,TX, Palmetto Center for the Arts in San Antonio, TX and
at several Yale venues including Woolsey Hall, Sprague Hall, the Mellon Museum
of British Art and others.
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Prelude No.1 in e Minor
Prelude No.3 in a Minor
Prelude No.4 in e minor
Homage a Tarrega
Heitor Villa-Lobos (1887-1959)
Joaquin Turina (1882-1942)
Alberto C. Obregon (1889-1949)
Leo Brouwer (b. 1939)
Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909)
From Suite in D
Neal Fitzpatrick (b.1962)