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May 12 Student Guitar Show at MSC Southeast in Red Wing showcases the sights and sounds of students' newly-built instruments

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May 12 Student Guitar Show at MSC Southeast in Red Wing showcases the sights and sounds of students' newly-built instruments

Guitar built by studentSTUDENT GUITAR SHOW
Minnesota State College Southeast, Red Wing campus
Thursday, May 12, 2022
1 pm to 4 pm
308 Pioneer Road, Red Wing, MN

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The annual Student Guitar Show at Minnesota State College Southeast in Red Wing will showcase a bumper crop of new guitars built by the college's first- and second- year guitar students.  Flat top acoustic guitars, archtop guitars, electric guitars, and mandolins will be on display and played in concert by professional musicians.

The Student Guitar Show is an exhilarating experience for anyone who loves handcrafted musical instruments, but most of all, it's a thrill for the students who race right up until the last day to finish their instruments on time. The event takes place at MSC Southeast (308 Pioneer Road, Red Wing, MN) on Thursday, May 12, 2022 from 1 to 4 pm.

The Guitar Repair & Building (first year) and Guitar Development & Production (second year) diplomas at MSC Southeast are unique full year accredited college-level programs that draw students from all over the United States. First year students learn all aspects of acoustic and electric guitar repair before starting their own guitar builds. In the second-year program, students learn advanced techniques including elaborate inlay and more sophisticated finishing processes.

Admission is free and open to the public - please join us!

About the Musicians

Mike Cramer

Guitarist Mike Cramer is a music major from the University of Northern Iowa. His award-winning flatpicking technique has earned him championship titles in both the Minnesota State Fair Flatpicking Competition and Wisconsin's Upper-Midwest Flatpicking Contest. A fluid and powerful guitarist, Mike is as comfortable playing jazz standards as he is playing Bill Monroe's bluegrass instrumentals. He plays guitar in The Barley Jacks.

Phil Heywood

Fingerstyle guitarist Phil Heywood has been based in Minneapolis-St. Paul since the mid-1980s, performing locally and regionally while also establishing himself in the greater guitar and acoustic music world. In 1986 he won the National Fingerpicking Championship, and followed up in 1987 by winning the American Fingerstyle Guitar Festival Competition. He plays with a bluesy swing and tone, lyricism, and groove.

 


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