Guitar through the Ages
Where does the guitar we know and love come from? Unlike the piano and violin, it’s been around in different shapes and sizes, belonging equally to wandering folk musicians and to formal classical concert halls.
The guitar grew up in the courts of Europe, lived through the Rennaisance and Industrial ages, and finally came into its own in the mid 1800s.
From the Kithara of ancient Egypt, to the minstrels and their lutes, to French ‘Sun King’ Louis XIV used the guitar to serenade women, to salons of Europe, folk music all the way until the 20th century when it got electric, Veda Aggarwal will take you through the journey of the guitar in time.
Sunday, March 23rd
The Cultural Centre, Pune
Plot No. 20 Survey 20/2/B and 20/3/B
Behind Bharat Gas
Koregaon Park Annexe / Mundhwa
+91 20 3047 2948
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