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John Alvarado has been performing classical and flamenco guitar in the Indianapolis area since moving here in 2004. His performances have included appearances at the Indianapolis Art Center, Eiteljorg Museum, Indiana History Center, Butler University, The Chatterbox, Indianapolis Art Center, IUPUI, and the University of Indianapolis.
In 2008 he was awarded the prestigious Innovative Artist award from Indiana University for his work. In 2013 he was awarded a Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship by
I perform classical and flamenco guitar music. While I perform a wide range of repertoire, my focus is on the classical music of Spain and Latin America as well as flamenco music. The range of my repertoire allows me to perform in a wide range of settings from formal concerts and recitals, to background music for events, weddings, and parties.
Pricing is determined by the type of event, location, and time. Please contact me for a quote.
Bachelor of Music – Performance (DePaul University, Chicago); Master of Music – Performance (Arizona State University, Tempe)
Indiana Society of the Classical Guitar (President); Guitar Foundation of America; American String Teachers Association
Creative Renewal Arts Fellowship, Arts Council of Indianapolis (2013); Innovative Artist Award, Indiana University (2008)
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