An appointment not to be missed on April 25, 26 and 27, 2014
Montreal, January 20, 2014 -- The Montreal International Classical Guitar Festival and Competition will, once more, be the point of gathering for all guitar lovers. All of the events will be shared amongst the D.B. Clarke auditorium of Concordia University, as well as Bourgie Concert Hall of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.
Patrick Kearney, president and founder of the Festival, is proud of the 2014 edition. "Whether you are a neophyte or a specialist in the field of classical guitar, the weekend will have something for everyone. Here's a taste of what you'll find at Guitare Montreal during the course of the three days: The various rounds of the competitions, workshops, master classes, lectures and a vendors fair; where one can get the chance to see and even try some extremely beautiful handcrafted guitars," said Mr Kearney.
Founded in 2002, the Montreal International Classical Guitar Festival and Competition aims at helping young guitarists to express their talent and to maximize their skills, in addition to introducing this instrument to a wider audience. Over the years, the Festival stood out by its high quality and welcomes from year to year eminent guitarists, as well as emerging artists. In 2014, over $4,000 in prizes will be granted to competitors.
For more information and to consult the complete and detailed program of the festival, visit the following website http://guitaremontreal.com/2014/home/default-eng.php
. Depending on the location of the concerts, tickets are available at the door, by telephone at (514) 285.2000, option 4 (for the Bourgie Hall of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, at the ticketing of the Concordia University’s Oscar Peterson Hall and also via the “Admission Ticketmaster” at www.admission.com