Jeremy will be appearing Wednesday evening, July 8th at the Village Learning Place to perform music with soprano, Lisa Perry and flutist, Stephanie Ray. For information about the event and directions to the venue, follow this link: http://www.villagelearningplace.org/events/2nd-wednesday-the-search-for-earth-2-0/
Jeremy Lyons and Lisa Perry return to the War Memorial in Baltimore Maryland this Friday, June 19th to perform a concert of highly idiomatic and culturally diverse music for voice and guitar. The program contains traditional Italian music, Spanish folk songs and dances, the styles of American Jazz and Blues, and other music drawing on popular influences. The concert begins at 7:30 and includes refreshments.
For more details, follow the link to the War Memorial Arts Initiative: http://www.wmaibaltimore.org/#!popular-influences-619/cy6d
The performance at the Baltimore War Memorial on May 22nd has been postponed to Friday June 19th at 7:30. Due to conflicting events and limited space, the War Memorial Arts Initiative will present Soprano, Lisa Perry and Guitarist, Jeremy Lyons next month. Check back in June for a look at the program which promises classical compositions influenced by folk and popular styles from Europe and the Americas.
Jeremy will be giving a lecture recital featuring the music by Elliott Carter, George Rochberg, Steve Reich, and George Crumb. The event will be Sunday April 26 at 3:30 pm in Goodwin recital hall at the Peabody conservatory in Baltimore MD
Jeremy will be performing this Sunday March 29th at 5pm with Teatro Lirico of D.C. in a concert featuring some of the finest Baroque period music from Peru. The concert will take place at The Church of The Epiphany in Washington D.C.
Jeremy will be playing on Baroque guitar as a member of the ensemble and he will also be accompanying a flamenco dancer in a Fandango by Mathias Maestro.
For more information about the concert, click here to view Teatro Lirico’s website.
This Saturday, March 21st, is the Annual Guitar Day held by the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society.
Jeremy will be giving a lecture highlighting prominent 19th and 20th century American guitarists and guitar compositions.
For more information about the event, visit the BCGS at the following link: Baltimore Classical Guitar Society
Jeremy will be performing this week with Soprano, Lisa Perry at the War Memorial in Baltimore, MD. The concert will include works for voice and guitar by Joaquin Rodrigo, Fernando Sor, Manuel DeFalla, Francisco Tarrega, and Federico Garcia-Lorca.
For directions and more information about the War Memorial Arts Initiative, click here
Jeremy will be performing in a number of concerts over the next few weeks. Below is a tenative list of events, but be sure to check back on this website for more information as each event draws near.
February 22nd, Accompanying bassist Shawn Alger in a recital at University of Maryland
March 8th, Performing with Soprano, Lisa Perry, at the Baltimore War Memorial 101 North Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
March 21st, Jeremy will be giving a lecture concerning classical guitar in America for part of the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society Guitar Day
March 29th, Performing with Teatro Lirico of D.C. at the Church of the Epiphany in D.C.
April 26th, Jeremy will give a lecture recital concerning the works for guitar by Elliott Carter, George Rochberg, Steve Reich, and George Crumb at the Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore MD
May 1st and 2nd, Performing with the Peabody Renaissance Ensemble on the Baroque guitar, viola da gamba, and lute.
May 22nd, Performing with Soprano, Lisa Perry, at the Baltimore War Memorial 101 North Gay Street Baltimore MD 21202
On Sunday, January 11th 2015, Jeremy performed for a full house at the Settlement Music School in Philadelphia.
Thanks to everyone who came to enjoy a great program and supported the Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society.
Jeremy will be performing a solo concert at the Philadelphia Guitar Society on Sunday, January 11th 2015.
For location and other information, visit http://phillyguitar.org/
The program will feature favorites from the guitar repertoire and six preludes by Glenn Lyons.