Scottish Fingerprints on World Music   2 comments

renaissance lute

Using the medium of classical guitar, renaissance lute, and voice, guitarist Samuel Lawson presents a concert-lecture of Scottish music which illustrates how composers around the world have paid tribute to the musical heritage of auld Scotland.

Samuel Lawson is a classical guitarist with the degree of Master of Music from Butler University in Indianapolis, IN. He has made his own way performing, teaching, and writing music in Indiana, South Carolina, and Pittsburgh, PA, and has toured with his wife and vocalist, Rebekah, through the south-eastern U.S., parts of California and the hostels of Scotland. Visit his Facebook page or his website for more information.

This free event is for ages 13 and up, and takes place on Thursday, June 9, from 6:00 – 8:30 PM.

Posted May 26, 2011 by GPAC Arts in Events

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2 responses to “Scottish Fingerprints on World Music

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  1. I am writing to ask permission to reprint this photograph in a prayerbook for my community (accompanying a poem by Rumi which contains the line “we are lutes…”) I am happy to include a credit line indicating who took the photograph and where it comes from. This is a nonprofit project. I hope you will say yes. Thanks for your consideration!

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