Guitar Society opens with Vidovic recital

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September 12, 2002|By Tim Smith

The Baltimore Classical Guitar Society opens its season with a recital by Croatian-born Ana Vidovic, first-prize winner at the 1998 International Francisco Tarrega Competition in Spain and several other competitions. Currently studying at the Peabody Institute, Vidovic also has five CDs behind her and a sizable list of concert credits. Her recital is at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Baltimore Museum of Art, Museum Drive at N. Charles and 31st streets. Tickets are $25. Call 410-247-5320.

The season continues in November with an appearance by Hungarian brothers Peter and Zoltan Katona - the Katona Twins Guitar Duo. December will bring the society's popular annual benefit concert featuring the 25-member Baltimore Classical Guitar Orchestra, as well as soloists and smaller ensembles.

Noted guitarist Ronald Pearl will give a recital in February, and the series closes in April with a recital by Scott Tenant, a founding member of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet.

For more information, call 410-247-5320 or visit www.bcgs.org.

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