FRCC Music Professor to Present/Perform at International Convention of Guitarists

Kevin Garry, music faculty at Front Range Community College and a classical guitarist, has been selected as guest presenter/performer at the 2016 International Convention of the Guitar Federation of America (GFA) in June.

The GFA is the largest guitar convention in the world, featuring guest artists and presenters from around the globe.

Kevin Garry

Kevin Garry

Garry is one of two Coloradans selected from hundreds of international applicants. He will present the lecture/recital “Music for Guitar and String Quartet from the Late Modern Era,” discussing and performing works by composers from Brazil, Ukraine, Ghana, Mexico, Italy, Croatia and the United States.

This year’s convention is at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Tickets are $350 for the week, or $100 for the day of Garry’s presentation.

Garry has a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the University of Colorado, a master’s degree from Washington State University, a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington, and a bachelor’s degree from the Iowa Writer’s Workshop at the University of Iowa.


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John Feeley is director of public relations at Front Range Community College.