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has multiple degrees in classical guitar performance, including from the Juilliard School of Music. He is the author of several books, including Guitar Music of the 16th Century and Gospel Favorites for Classical Guitar. He recently completed a recording of works written for him, All We Know Is Now, and has recorded six albums in the last two years with prominent Dutch composer Chiel Meijering.
Keith teaches guitar full-time at Wall High School in New Jersey and is a member of Fellowship of Quakers in the Arts. As winner of the Artists International Competition, Keith gave his Carnegie Recital Hall debut in 1992.
More at www.keithcalmes.com
2 p.m. — Pre-Concert reception
hot cider, refreshments, CD sales, holiday craft tables
Benefit donation for Brandywine Peace Community
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Performing with Keith will be one of his students, Dean Maola (above), a freshman at Strath Haven High School. Dean has studied with Keith since the age of six.