|Live at Laman Featuring Michael Carenbauer and Friends|
Event Type: Adult Program|
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 8:00 PM
Join us for a special Live at Laman concert featuring guitarist Michael Carenbauer. Carenbauer will be joined by bassist Bill Huntington, as well as Lucas Murray and Lukas Waire on guitar.Library: William F. Laman Public Library Map to the Main Library
Tradition and technology happily coexist in the music of guitarist Michael Carenbauer. His repertoire ranges from Bach to contemporary American music. He began playing guitar at age 19 while attending Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine. He received a performance degree in Jazz Guitar from Berklee College in Boston, where he studied with jazz great Pat Metheny, and a Masters of Music in Classical Guitar from the University of South Florida. He is currently Professor of Music and director of Guitar Studies at the University of Arkansas/Little Rock. Michael has performed internationally in Italy, France, Austria, Mexico, Canada, and Hong Kong. His original compositions and arrangements for the guitar and guitar synthesizer were featured at the Chitarra 98 Festival in Montreal. He is the recipient of numerous grants and awards for music performance, composition, and education, including a Faculty Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Arkansas/Little Rock and a Fellowship for Music Composition from the Arkansas Arts Council. His progressive use of technology in teaching was acknowledged with the first place award in the University of Arkansas at Little Rock's first Teaching with Technology fair.
Bill Huntington is a New Orleans expatriate with 60 plus years of experience performing with many of the finest musicians from that city and beyond. He has shared the stage and recorded with Ellis Marsalis, Al Hirt, Steve Masakowski, Bennie Wallace, Dr. John and many others. Bill is also a fine guitarist and was professor of jazz at Loyola University and the University of New Orleans. His legacy as an educator is legendary and many of today's modern masters of the bass were his students.
Location: Lecture Hall
Contact: Debra Wood
Contact Number: 501-771-1995 x105
Presenter: Debra S. Wood