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Matthew Montfort and Shenshen Zhang at Old St. Hilary's

Venue: Old St. Hilary's Landmark
201 Esperanza
Tiburon, Cal 94920
Phone: 415-435-1853
Dates: Apr 14th, 2024
Times: 4pm-6pm
Cost: $20-35
Matthew Montfort and Shenshen Zhang at Old St. Hilary's
Guitar and Pipa Improvisations and Compositions

This collaboration between Matthew Montfort and Shenshen Zhang showcases the beautiful tone colors of the Chinese pipa and scalloped fretboard guitar in traditional and contemporary arrangements. The leader of the world music group Ancient Future, Matthew Montfort, an award-winning guitarist, is a pioneer of the scalloped fretboard guitar (an instrument combining qualities of the South Indian vina and the steel string guitar). Classically trained pipa virtuoso from Wenzhou, China, Shenshen Zhang has been recognized in Asia and America for her exquisite tonal qualities and delicate lyric interpretations. Using her expressive musical abilities to preserve the heritage of Chinese music, Shenshen is at the same time exploring the musical legacies of other cultures through her original compositions and improvisation through pipa.

Presented by: Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society with generous support from The Tiburon Heritage & Arts Commission and The Belvedere Land Company.

Tickets $25, general & 20, seniors/youths: advance purchase available at the Landmarks Office, and Ticketleap.com: https://www.ticketleap.events/tickets/belvedere-tiburon-landmarks-society/montfort-zhang

Tickets available at the door (if not sold out) will be $30 & $25, starting at 3:30 p.m.

There is no parking at Old St. Hilary’s. Please park at the Boardwalk Shopping Center, 1550 Tiburon Blvd. and take a shuttle to the concert. Shuttle service begins at 3:30 p.m. in front of Rustic Bakery. Handicapped parking is available at Old St. Hilary’s.

More info: www.landmarkssociety.com, 415-435-1853

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