Date: 22nd March 2018
Time: 1pm
Venue: Curtis Auditorium, CIT Cork School of Music


performing music by Sor, Bach, Houghton and Theodorakis : The Curtis Auditorium, C.I.T.

Cork School of Music Thurs. March 22nd @ 1pm. 


Visit: :


“Goluses is masterly, a musician’s musician.” American Record Guide “Goluses produced an elegant sound. And the finales, taken dangerously fast, were accurate, transparent, and impressively articulated. Mr. Goluses gave persuasive, energetic readings.” The New York Times “Goluses reached the highest levels of instrumental virtuosity.” Generalanzeiber (Bonn, Germany) “Nicholas Goluses is a true American master.” Twentieth Century Guitar Nicholas Goluses is Professor of Guitar, founder and director of the guitar programs at the Eastman School of Music, where he is the recipient of the Eisenhart Award for Excellence in Teaching and is currently chair of the string department. Additionally, he has held the Andrés Segovia Faculty Chair at Manhattan School of Music where he received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree, and was the recipient of the Pablo Casals Award and the Faculty Award of Distinguished Merit. His students have won major competitions and professorships throughout the world. Nicholas was honored in 2017 as Musician of the Year by the MuPhiEpsilon. Nicholas Goluses’s concert tours as soloist, with orchestra, and as chamber musician have taken him across North America, South America, Europe, Australia, and the Far East to critical acclaim. His 2017-18 concert season was highlighted by a tour of 22 cities in China. He has recorded extensively for NAXOS, Albany Records, BMG, and his new CD for Linn Records was released this month. Committed to performing new music for the guitar, Goluses has given world première performances of over 100 works.

(B) Studio 315, CIT Cork School of Music, Thursday, March 22nd at 10.00 am : During his visit to the C.I.T. Cork School of Music, Nicholas Goluses will also be hosting a Guitar Masterclass in Studio 315 on Thursday, March the 22nd at 10.00AM.

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