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THE NEW LORD OF THE STRING - Los Angeles Time Philippe Bertaud is referred by Los Angeles Times as “the New Lord of the Strings” gifted by “a percussive brand of guitarist wizardry” according to Jazziz Magazine. Philippe Bertaud's multi-faceted career is a testament to his continual search for new ways to achieve artistic growth and renewal. Carried on by his versatility Philippe always evolves his expression according to his artistic aims and eclectic tastes, which directs him toward international development as an outstanding guitar performer, talented composer, and recognized master guitar teacher

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Philippe Bertaud Wowed Audiences at D’Addario & Alhambra’s Classical Guitar Concert Series at Carnegie Hall

Philippe Bertaud Wowed Audiences at D’Addario & Alhambra’s Classical Guitar Concert Series at Carnegie Hall

October 28, 2010 Saw an Incredible Performance from D’Addario Endorsees Philippe Bertaud and Cem Duruöz Complemented by 2010 Koblenz Classical Guitar Competition Winner, Rafael Aguirre Miñarro FARMINGDALE, NY, November 8, 2010 – The reinstatement of the D’Addario Music Foundation’s Classical Guitar Concert Series after 20 years proved to be a huge success. On Thursday, October 28, ...

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Released: 2004


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