You are Invited to the GVIDO Clinic at Thomas Metzler Violin Shop.
We are honored to team up with Thomas Metzler to bring GVIDO closer to you! There will be a hands-on session for those who wish to experience GVIDO in-person! We welcome you to give GVIDO a try!
7 PM, December 12 (Wednesday), 2018
Thomas Metzler Violin Shop
604 S Central Ave, Glendale, CA 91204
We are GVIDO, world’s first dual-screen digital music score device.
Our goal is to enhance musicians’ performance and we want you to experience it in person.
The event will include
• Mini concert by Juhee Jeon & Eunjin Lim
• Clinic session by Marek Szpakiewicz exploring the latest technology and features for music sheet reading
• Exclusive promotion for all attendees
We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, December 12, 2018, from 7 PM.
Registration will close once capacity is reached so RSVP Early!
About Marek Szpakiewicz
Polish-born cellist Marek Szpakiewicz has been described by Yo-Yo Ma as an artist whose “energy, motivation, earnestness and generosity of spirit are evident through his work.” Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Corigliano stated, “(Szpakiewicz’s) performance of my ‘Fancy on a Bach Air’ is absolutely gorgeous.”
Szpakiewicz currently teaches cello and chamber music at Azusa Pacific University, where he serves as Director of String Studies and Chamber Music. He is also on the faculties of Idyllwild Arts Academy Summer Program and Montecito International Music Festival. His students have won top prizes at numerous international and national competitions, including International Cello Competition in Chile, the American Protégé International Piano and Strings Competition, among others. In addition, his former students have been accepted by such schools as Juilliard School, Peabody Conservatory, New England Conservatory, Manhattan School of Music, and USC Thornton School of Music.
He has also contributed his talent to film orchestration as a collaborator with Polish composer Jan A.P. Kaczmarek. Among the scores he has worked on, the music for the critically acclaimed movie “Finding Neverland,” received the 77th Academy Award for Best Original Score in 2005.