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Shenandoah Guitar Festival: Andrew York + Colin Davin
06.14.24 | Armstrong Concert Hall
Shenandoah Guitar Festival
Andrew York + Colin Davin

Friday, June 14, 2024 at 7:00 p.m.
Armstrong Concert Hall
Shenandoah Conservatory

Colin Davin, guitar
Vals Venezolano No. 2 (“Andreina”)
Vals Venezolano No. 3 (“Natalia”)

Antonio Lauro (1917–1986)

Alma Llanera

Pedro Elías Gutiérrez (1870–1954)
arr. Alirio Diaz

Etude No. 2

Ida Presti (1924–1967)


Lisanella Gentili (fl. 1920s)

Abendlied from Bardenklänge, op. 13

Johann Kaspar Mertz (1806–1856)

You Broke It, You Bought It

Timo Andres (b. 1985)

Karlyn Viña, percussion

Koyunbaba, op. 19


Carlo Domeniconi (b. 1947)

Andrew York, guitar
From Medieval to Present

Poem no. 4
Veil of Gray
Imaginary March
Blues for J.D.

Andrew York (b. 1958)

Hall of Forgotten Rooms

Andrew York (b. 1958)


Andrew York (b. 1958)


Andrew York (b. 1958)

The Dancer

Andrew York (b. 1958)

Shenandoah Guitar Festival
June 14–16, 2024 | Armstrong Hall

Shenandoah Conservatory will host its inaugural Shenandoah Guitar Festival, from Friday, June 14, through Sunday, June 16, 2024 in Armstrong Hall. Under the direction of Associate Professor of Guitar and Director of Guitar Studio Colin Davin, the festival brings together some of the most compelling artists on the classical and acoustic guitar scenes today. Over the course of three days, participants and audiences can enjoy world-class concerts, engaging masterclasses and workshops, and a student/participant guitar ensemble led by Shenandoah alumna Kami Rowan ’90, ’10 (M.M. in Performance, D.M.A. in Performance), who also serves as director of the U.S. Guitar Orchestra and Charles A. Dana Professor of Music at Guilford College.

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Give Now to Support the Shenandoah Guitar Festival

The Shenandoah Conservatory Guitar Studio is raising money to support the first ever Shenandoah Guitar Festival. Founded in 2024, funds will go toward supporting concerts, masterclasses, workshops, production costs, and marketing materials.

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Accessibility & Reminders

Wheelchair accessible restrooms are available across the courtyard in Gregory Hall (approximately 100 feet from the Armstrong Concert Hall lobby). Please notify house management for assistance.

Patrons are requested to silence cell phones and other electronic devices during performances. The taking of photographs and the use of recording equipment are not permitted during performances.