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Classical Guitar at Algonquin Social Club.  Can NOT bring outside drink or food

Classical Guitar at Algonquin Social Club. Can NOT bring outside drink or food

Back Bay East, Boston

Fri, July 8, 2016 7:00 PM, EDT

13 of 35 spots still available
Drinking policy
Don't bring your own drinks
Toilet with a slash through it
No bathroom at this event

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


This is a concert venue rented by the host for TWO HOURS, please treat the place with respect. The host is a club member, and if there are other musician who wants to play this venue, please just contact the host.

Info about the club: http://www.algonquinclub.com/web/pages/lobby

Please come and enjoy some classical music at this historical social club of 130 years. It is normally closed off to the public because it has its own restaurant and bar and meeting space for club member. Because of this, please do NOT bring any outside food or drink.


How to get here?
The Algonquin Club is located 3 blocks, about 0.4 mile, 8 minute walk from the MBTA Green Line, Copley Square Stop

Parking: Metered Street parking is available.

===Please join us on Friday evening, July 7, 2016 as we welcome Washington, DC-area guitarist Charles Mokotoff back to Boston for an intimate recital at the Algonquin Club, 217 Commonwealth Avenue, Boston at 7 PM.

The recital will feature favorite guitar works of Albeniz, Solis, Morel, O' Carolan, York, Bustamente and others.

Prior to settling in the Washington, DC area in 1991, Mr. Mokotoff made his home in New England where he was widely recognized as an active guitarist and lutenist. During that period his career culminated with two Far East tours and a well-received New York City debut at Carnegie Hall in 1987. Solo and ensemble recitals over the past few seasons have centered around the Mid-Atlantic states, but include performances in Chicago, Philadelphia, and most recently two performances at the Lincoln Center Performing Arts Library in New York City.

Classical Guitar Magazine (U.K.) has called his playing, “truly monumental” as well as “engaging and rhapsodic”. ClassicalGuitarMusic.org has written that his playing shows “a mix of strong tone, pianistic at times, but also capable of beautiful legato phrasing and a natural feel for forward movement." Earlier in his career, Mr. Mokotoff was described by the New York Times as “exceptional among debutantes...a thoughtful, gentlemanly artist, technically fastidious and able to coax a range of sounds from his instrument.”

Hearing impaired most of his life, Charles Mokotoff is an outspoken proponent of making music with hearing loss. For more information, please see the website: http://www.charlesmokotoff.com.

What's the music?

Charles Mokotoff Classical Guitar

Music of, Morel, Cardoso, Sainz de la Maza, O'Carolan, Moore, Albeniz, Rodrigo and York


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