This performance is free, but tickets are required. Limited seating (maximum of 10) is available due to COVID-19 restrictions. A livestream will be available (link below). Face coverings are required at all times for in-person audiences.
Aaron Larget-Caplan presents a concert of contemporary music for guitar and guitar+electronics.
Aaron Larget-Caplan is a riveting artist”, writes the Washington Post, and the Boston Musical Intelligencer says he has “astounding technical proficiency and artistic delicacy”. Aaron Larget-Caplan is an international recording and touring guitarist, who connects with audiences with Bernstein-esque ease. Aaron has premiered over 80 compositions, many written for him, and Edition Peters and Stone Records publish his groundbreaking arrangements and recording of the music of John Cage. He has four critically acclaimed solo discs, and he is on faculty at University of Massachusetts Boston and formerly Boston Conservatory. In 2019 Aaron received an award from the Société Académique Arts-Sciences-Lettres of Paris, France for his trailblazing work in music. In 2020 he was Musician in Residence at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity to continue his exploration of John Cage on Guitar. Read more at www.ALCGuitar.com.
Audiences and Tickets
Tickets are required to attend any recital in person. You must pre-register for a ticket at the link provided (eTix) prior to the event. Only 10 (ten) tickets will be made available for each recital or concert.
Seating for concert patrons in Tew Recital Hall will be limited due to social distancing measures. In order to maximize potential audiences and stay connected with families, all recital events will be live streamed via CVPA Live.
In an effort to reduce contact, recital programs will be made available online (PDF) for those who would prefer to view them on a tablet or smartphone. Ten (10) printed copies will be provided to the recital presenter for archival purposes.