June 11, 2pm: Ozark Health Nursing & Rehab in Clinton
June 12, 10am: Indian Rock Village in Fairfield Bay
June 13, 10:30am: Shirley Senior Center
Ronald Radford is known internationally as the “American master of the Flamenco guitar.” He began his career as a student of the legendary Flamenco guitarist Carlos Montoya and studied classical guitar with Andres Segovia. He has traveled thousands of miles in Spain studying the music of the Spanish gypsies…and as we know, Flamenco music is commonly known as “Spanish gypsy music.”
Mr. Radford has performed at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Washington’s Kennedy Center, and at colleges and concert halls across the United States. His international tours have taken him to fifteen countries, from Australia to Switzerland and from Canada to Panama. He toured for State Department as a musical ambassador in Mexico, Guatemala and other Latin American countries. He appeared on network television on the “CBS Newcomers Show” and his exciting CD, “Viva Flamenco!”, and his DVD “Live Your Passion!” are available world-wide.
The North Central Arkansas Foundation for the Arts and Education (NCAFAE) is very pleased to sponsor this gifted artist along with the Mid America Arts Alliance and the National Endowment for the Arts. Mr. Radford will share not only his music of the Gypsy Flamenco guitar masters, but will also transport the audience to Spain through imagery, both musically and verbally.
There is no charge event; however, donations will be accepted at the site. Your generous support will benefit efforts to bring first rate artists, artistic displays and teaching opportunities to both the community as well as schools. We look forward to seeing you there!
NCAFAE (North Central AR Foundation for the Arts & Education) provides concerts & arts programs throughout the year to help enrich our communities. Your attendance is welcome and your support is greatly appreciated!