Hannah Murphy and Phil Goldenberg, Classical Guitar
March 31 @ 3:00 pm
Preservation New Jersey is pleased to welcome classical guitarists Hannah Murphy and Phil Goldenberg back for a Sunday matinee concert of classical guitar solos and duos. The program will be featuring works by Scarlatti, Mertz, Tarrega, and Poulenc.
Hannah Murphy is an active soloist and chamber music performer based in New York City. She holds a Master of Music degree in Classical Guitar Performance from Mannes School of Music where she studied with international concert artist Michael Newman. She achieved her Bachelor of Music degree in Classical Guitar Performance at Rowan University in New Jersey while studying with Joseph Mayes, famed student of Andres Segovia.
Hannah has recently been a featured performer at the Wilmington Classical Guitar Society, Lincoln Center, and the Raritan River Music Residency Program. She is also a passionate guitar teacher, with certification in the Suzuki Guitar Method.
Hannah Murphy plays a guitar made by David J. Pace and uses exclusively Augustine Guitar Strings.
Performing as a soloist, Phil Goldenberg has played in numerous festivals and recital halls across the United States. Most recently, Mr. Goldenberg won the first prize – Peter Segal Award in the 2018 Philadelphia Classical Guitar Competition. Judges remarked on his “considerable sense of drama and varied color and dynamic range,” as well as his sense of “pleasing calm, juxtaposed by moments of technical brilliance.” In 2015, Phil was a fellowship recipient at the Crown of the Continent guitar festival in Bigfork, Montana after winning first prize in the James Stroud Classical Guitar Competition. At that festival he gave solo concerts, workshops and collaborated with top musicians across all genres. Goldenberg was a prize winner at the 2012 Philadelphia Classical Guitar Competition, a prize he won while playing a guitar of his own construction. Phil has been a featured artist at the Bethlehem Guitar Festival, the Cleveland Classical Guitar Society, and the Woodbury Fall Arts Festival. After studying with Joseph Mayes, famed student of Andres Segovia, and graduating from Rowan University with a Bachelor of Music in guitar performance, Mr. Goldenberg went on to receive a Masters in guitar performance with honors from the Cleveland Institute of Music studying with Grammy winner Jason Vieaux.
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- $20 for General Admission
- $15 for Friends of the Sanctuary
- $5 for School and College students with ID
- $15 per person for Groups of 10 or more**
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**GROUP RATES (10 or more people). Group rates apply only to advance online sales and must be purchased in quantities of 10 or more within a single purchase. Group rate tickets cannot be purchased at the box office prior to the concert.
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