May 23, 2021
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David Newsam grew up in Connecticut where he was a student of Robert Shaw. He is a
BCGS Virtual Concert: David Newsam
Sunday, May 23, 2021
The Hingham Public Library and the Boston Classical Guitar Society are pleased to offer this season's concert series in a virtual way!
Registration for this program has closed. If you had previously registered, you have been emailed the Zoom information.
David performs solo and group engagements throughout New England. He has performed in concerts and clinics with many noted musicians. Recent concert appearances include performances at Berklee College of Music, Longy School of Music, Dartmouth and St. Anselm Colleges, The House of Blues and the Boston Hatch Shell.
graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston where he studied with Jim Kelly, Larry
Baione and William Leavitt. David also completed his studies in the Modern American
Music program at Longy School of Music where he studied with Thom Noren and
David currently works as an assistant professor in the guitar department at Berklee
where he has taught since 1989. He is also employed as a senior lecturer in music at
Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH where he teaches guitar and jazz improvisation.
David created the jazz guitar program at the University of New Hampshire where he
teaches, directs the UNH Jazz Guitar Ensemble and coaches jazz ensembles.
The Hingham Library and the Boston Classical Guitar Society gratefully acknowledge the support of Coastal Heritage Bank for this season's concert series.
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