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Guitar in the Gallery

Past Performers

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Zane Foreshee, November 3, 2015

Vendim Thaqi, February 24, 2015

Jason Balish, April 1, 2014

Danielle Cumming, November 19, 2013

Matt Palmer, September 10, 2013

Andrew McEvoy, November 15, 2012

Danielle Cumming (guitar) and John Wesley Wright (voice), February 23, 2012

The Atlantic Guitar Quartet, October 27, 2011

Danielle Cumming, March 8, 2011 [video]

ChromaDuo, February 15, 2011

Jonathan Zwi, October 12, 2010

Jaan Rannik, March 23, 2010

ChromaDuo, March 5, 2009

Matt Dunlap, February 5, 2009

Mark Edwards, November 20, 2008

Zane Forshee, March 13, 2008


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Guitar in the Gallery has been made possible through the generous support of Colonel Donald Stegman of Ocean Pines MD.

Guitar Duo from Germany joins SU as Artists-in-Residence


The Aachen Guitar Duo join SU this Spring term, to teach, perform and work with students in a musical and cultural exchange, sponsored by the Department of Music, Theatre and Dance and the Fulton School.

The duo will perform a concert on Tuesday April 11, at 12:30pm in the Black Box Theatre, Fulton Hall, Salisbury University. Admission is free. For more information call 410-677-3269.

The Aachen Guitar Duo formed in 2013 while Julian Walter-Nußberger and Martin Friese were students at the esteemed Conservatory in Aachen, Germany (the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz). Since then their performances have earned them top prizes at such competitions as the International Guitar Festival Gevelsberg where they were invited back to perform the opening concert the following year. They were recently selected to be the soloists for "Concerto Breve", a work for two guitars and orchestra by Annette Kruisbrink at the guitar festival speGTRa.

Julian Walter-Nußberger was born in Frechen, Germany near Cologne and began playing the guitar at the age of 5. During his youth he won several first place prizes in national competitions as a solo player, with his guitar duo and quartet. In 2012 Julian finished his Bachelor of Science in Physics, won the Accordate Youth Guitar Competition and began his Bachelor’s degree in Music in Aachen with Hans-Werner Huppertz. Last September Julian completed his degree, playing his Bachelor concert together with Martin Friese.

Martin Friese started playing the guitar at the age of 14 after several years of studying piano. From 2009 to 2016 he studied at the Conservatory in Aachen with Hans-Werner Huppertz and recently graduated with a Master's degree. In addition to classical guitar he plays jazz and pop, and in ensembles with voice, violin, guitar quartet and a contemporary music ensemble.

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