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      International guitar festival

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    Beijing Guitar Duo, Gothenburg Combo, Marija Temo (Flamenco Artist),

    Robert Trent, RU Alumni Showcase.


    Workshops in Flamenco, studio techniques, songwriting, composing as

    well as traditional classical guitar masterclasses.





miễn phí tại đại học Radford 
hai giai nhân Meng Su va` Yameng Wang, The Beijing Guitar Duo, sẽ có
master classes,  guitar workshop cho classic, flamenco,  kĩ thuật studio, 
hòa âm, sáng tác nhạc .... miễn phí cho cả hai ngày ,
đồng thời với sự trợ giúp của các nghệ sĩ  guitar classic, flamenco ở trên... 
hai cô này rất xinh đẹp, rất dễ thương và rất sởi nởi ... :-)
Tango suite performed by Wang YaMeng & Su Meng







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Yameng Wang (China)

Born in Qingdao, China in 1981, Yameng Wang fell in love with the classical guitar at

a young age and began studying with the leading guitar professor in China, Chen Zhi, when she was 10 years old.



She became the youngest champion of the 36th Tokyo International Guitar Competition at the age of 12.

She went on to win second prize in the 28th Michele Pittaluga International Guitar Competition in Italy at

the age of 13, and at the age of 14 she was invited by Radio France to perform at the 27th Paris International Guitar Art Week.



Wang has given acclaimed recitals across the US, France, Holland, Germany, Italy, Germany, Britain, Austria,

Finland, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Australia, Japan, and Malaysia both as a soloist and in chamber

music setting. As a recipient of the Solomon H. Snyder Award, Wang did her New York debut at

Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall in April of 2010 with her duo partner Meng Su.


Her first album, Caprice was recorded when she was 16 years old. 

A Very Special Album was released in 1999, and in 2003 she contributed GHA's album, 

The Best of Classical Guitar. In 2005 Classic Guitar—Aquarelle, Un Sueño en la Floresta was released.

Her first duo recording, Maracaípe, with duo partner Meng Su, received a Latin GRAMMY nomination for

the featured work Maracaípe, written and dedicated to them by composer Sergio Assad.


Their second recording Bach to Tan Dun was released in October 2011.

After graduating from the Central Conservatory of Music of China in 2006 with a bachelor's degree,

Wang, a recipient of the Sylvia Friedberg Nachlas Endowed Scholarship, enrolled in the

Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore with a full scholarship. There, she finished her Master of

Music degree in 2008,  Graduate Performance Diploma in guitar in 2011, and she is currently

enrolled in the Chamber Music GPD program with Manuel Barrueco.

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