Free Concert - Peter Sprague - Guitar
3:00 PM - Sunday, July 02, 2017
Peter Sprague (born October 11, 1955) is an American jazz guitarist, composer, musical arranger and musical transcriber, sound recording engineer, and music producer. In 1984 jazz critic Leonard Feather, in a review for the Los Angeles Times, called Sprague, "One of the emergent great guitarists." While he is highly conversant with many forms of both jazz and classical music, his own compositions and arrangements have often reflected a Latin flavor, though lately he has created and performed a number of pieces specifically for his "String Consort" group (featuring a string quartet of violins, viola, and cello) which range from classical- to American folk-originated explorations. He owns and operates SpragueLand Studios where he is studio recording engineer and often plays as one of the performing musicians. He also owns and has been producing for his own record label, SBE Records, since 1994. Although he lives in the North County region of San Diego, California and performs frequently in the San Diego and greater Southern California region, he has traveled to and performed in a number of international venues. He has one brother, jazz saxophonist Tripp Sprague, and one sister, Terry Sprague, who teaches dance as depicted on film and video.
The MTRP Foundation presents free concerts on scheduled Sundays and several Saturdays. All concerts begin at 3:00 p.m. All concerts begin at 3:00 p.m. in the Visitor Center Theater unless otherwise indicated. There are 93 seats in the theater and it is first come, first served. There are 93 seats in the Theater. Per the Fire Marshall of the San Diego Fire-Rescue Dept., everyone attending the concert must be seated. There are also two locations for wheelchairs. The theater is also equipped with a Telecoil system for the hearing impaired.
Concerts booked to date as of 05.26.2017
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Concert schedule subject to change.