The Guitaromanie Podcast, hosted by Karl Wohlwend of Columbus Classical Guitar, features fascinating guests from all facets of the wide world of classical guitar, in casual conversations about their experiences and observations. Unusual experiences, careers, the new, the old…let’s explore!
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https://music.appstate.edu/faculty-staff/directory/dr-douglas-james (Douglas James) has been professor of guitar at Appalachian State University for over 25 years. He specializes in 19th Century guitar music, amongst other things. We have a lovely ch... more
My long-time friend and former duo partner, Brian Kozak talks about his experience as a working guitarist over the past 30 years in the Cleveland area. We were kids when we met, maybe we're a little wiser now.
I have listened to a few of these and was particularly interested in the interview with Christopher Berg as I was very good friends with him at Peabody. I enjoyed hearing Christopher after all these years and found him to be very thoughtful and informative. I would have enjoyed it even more except for the frequent outbursts of loud and goofy laughter from the interviewer. I hesitate to listen to these interviews anymore because of that. I had to make an exception for Chris.
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Guitaromanie launched 9 months ago and published 37 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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