Current Week's Edition of Classical Guitar Alive!
The Wimberly Classic, May 4th 2013
Spring 2013 CGA Community Outreach / Music in Medicine program
One of Classical Guitar Alive's main projects is its Community Outreach / Music in Medicine program, which presents classical music performances at no cost to audiences in hospitals, hospices, shelters and more. Our program is earning rave reviews from patients, their families, and staff at each venue. CGA's outreach performers include: Tony Morris, guitar, James Fenner, percussion, and Jennifer Bernard, oboe. Classical Guitar Alive will present 50 performances between February 8th-April 3rd. For schedule visit the News section.
Classical Guitar Alive welcomes a new major supporter, The Link Foundation!
Success at Classical Guitar Alive's 6th Annual Fundraiser event in Wimberley, Oct. 29, 2011. Thanks to everyone who attended, and also to the many who contributed even if they couldn't be there. This event raised more contributions than any other of our previous events! Thanks to everyone for their support.
In addition to the internationally-broadcast radio program, the Classical Guitar Alive nonprofit organization also hosts a community outreach program which presents classical music performances at no cost to audiences in hospitals, hospices, children's shelters, community centers, and schools. Read on for more information.
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Classical Guitar Alive host Tony Morris in Paraguay!
Classical Guitar Alive can now be heard at any time, anywhere in the world! Just subscribe to our podcast, courtesy of radio station CJSF in Vancouver, Canada. Cut 'n' paste this URL into the subscription page of your podcasting client program: http://cjsf.ca/pguide/grid/description.php?ID=116
In addition to the radio program, Classical Guitar Alive is a nonprofit organization that hosts an outreach program which presents concerts at no cost to under-served audiences in hospitals, hospices, and community centers, etc. Here is our schedule of most recent outreach performances.
Classical Guitar Alive welcomes 2 new radio stations: WBAA-FM at Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN and KTRL-FM at Tarleton State University in Stephenville, TX.
New Stations for Classical Guitar Alive! They air CGA Thursdays at 7:00pm:
In addition to the radio program, Classical Guitar Alive is a nonprofit organization that hosts an outreach program which presents concerts at no cost to under-served audiences in hospitals, hospices, and community centers, etc. Here is our December 2008 schedule of outreach performances.
MP3 UPDATE Listen to interviews with many of the world's foremost guitarist performers and composers.
Watch Tony Morris & Friends in concert movie trailer (c) 2005 length: 2:40 featuring Tony Morris, Renata Green, James Fenner, Jennifer Bourianoff. Filmed in concert at the Texas Governor's Mansion, Austin, (2002) with additional photography from their 2002 and 2004 performances at White House in Washington, D.C
Classical Guitar Alive is supported by the Kodosky Foundation, and Charles and Taako Parke, and The Link Foundation, ConocoPhillips, Silicon Laboratories, and is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Growth & Redevelopment Services Office/Cultural Arts Division believing an investment in the Arts is an investment in Austin’s future. Visit Austin at NowPlayingAustin.com.
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