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The 2014–2015 San Francisco Performances Guitar Series

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Once again, the five concerts in the San Francisco Performances (SFP) Guitar Series will be presented in conjunction with the Omni Foundation for the Performing Arts. All participating performers will be making return visits to San Francisco. All performances will be held at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church with one exception for a “very special event,” which will be held at the SFJAZZ Center. All recitals will be on Saturday evenings beginning at 7:30 p.m.; and program content will be announced at a later date. The specifics are as follows:

  1. November 15: The Beijing Guitar Duo of Meng Su and Yameng Wang, currently SFP Artists-in-Residence
  2. December 6: This will be the “very special event.” The performance will be given in celebration of Pepe Romero’s 70th birthday as part of a special 70th Birthday Tour. Pepe will be joined by the other three current members of The Romeros, Celin, Celino, and Lito.
  3. March 7: David Russell
  4. April 11: Eliot Fisk
  5. April 25: Marcin Dylla

Series tickets are now available for purchase, and the 2014–2015 season announcement can be found on the SFP home page. The Guitar Series has its own Web page from which subscriptions may be ordered. The Premium price is $210, and subscriptions are also selling for $200 and $125. The SFP home page also provides hyperlinks to PDF files of the Season Calendar and a “physical” subscription order form. Single tickets will go on sale August 4, at which time hyperlinks to the appropriate Web pages will be activated.

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