February 16, 2020 at 10:00 am
John Carroll University
1 John Carroll Blvd.
University Heights, OH
The masterclass will take place in the Lombardo Student Center at JCU in the Murphy Room (Room 38A). This event is free and open to the public to attend as an audience member. Please join us!
Interested in playing for the Beijing Guitar Duo in this class? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up! Please include 1 or 2 videos of your playing in the email. There is a $40 fee to play, and only a limited number of spots available.
Composed of guitarists Meng Su and Yameng Wang, the Beijing Guitar Duo has performed around the world in halls such as Concertgebouw, Palau de Musica, Tchaikovsky Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the National Theatre in Beijing. This season has taken them to concert tours in Canada, the United States, Australia, Europe, and China. The duo regularly collaborates with orchestras, in ensemble with flutist Marina Piccinini, and with their mentor Manuel Barrueco, touring in Europe, Australia and the United States. In addition to concertizing, the members of the duo share a love for teaching which brings them to major conservatories in the world for masterclasses and to judge competitions.
We invite you to attend the Beijing Guitar Duo in Concert on 2/15/20. Click here for more information!
To reach the Murphy room you can either enter from the main entrance at Warrensville Circle (once you pass the guard gate follow the road to the right and all the way down until it dead ends at the Belvoir lot) or from the Belvoir Rd entrance which leads right into the Belvoir lot. After parking in the Belvoir lot, you’ll enter the building closest to Belvoir Rd (which will say Student Center or Natatorium). If you enter from the door that faces the parking lot, do not take the first set of stairs, but follow the hallway to your left (pass racketball and basketball courts) until it dead ends at another set of stairs. Go down one short flight of stairs, look slightly left, and you will see a ramp that goes up. Walk up that ramp, and you’ll find the Murphy room in that hallway on the right side.