** This concert has been canceled due to severe weather on Friday, February 8th. Please stay tuned for a possible make-up date **Classical Guitarist and String Quartet to Perform Free Concert at St. Chrysostom’s Church
(QUINCY) Aaron Larget-Caplan, one of the Boston area’s most active classical guitarists, will present a free concert at 7:30 pm on Friday, Feb. 8 as part of the St. Chrysostom’s Church Concert Series. Larget-Caplan will be joined by a string a quartet in a concert of chamber and solo music by J.S. Bach, Elliott Carter, and others. Children and families are welcome. St. Chrysostom’s Episcopal Church is located at 1 Linden St (corner of Hancock St.) The church is fully accessible.
Born in Oklahoma and raised in Colorado, Aaron Larget-Caplan began playing classical guitar at age 16, giving his debut at the Tabor Opera House soon after. Since then he has premiered over four-dozen solo compositions, founded the New Lullaby Project and Greater Boston House Concerts, and begun ¡Con Fuego! – a classical Spanish music and flamenco dance ensemble. He gives regular recitals throughout the country and is a concerto soloist, performing Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez repeatedly. He is also a sought after chamber musician, performing works by Stravinksy, Villa-Lobos, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Piazzolla, Takemitsu, Shankar and more. He has released two solo CDs, including New Lullaby, about which Fanfare Magazine wrote “his playing catches every nuance of the music”. He is a faculty member at the Boston Conservatory at the University of Massachusetts-Boston.