CANCELLED: ANA VIDOVIC’s CONCERT and FESTIVAL DAY (March 28, 29)
Dear PCGS community,
We regret to inform you that as a result of COVID-19 safeguard measures taken in the past few days by some of our venues (Mandel Theater – Drexel University) and out of an abundance of caution to safeguard our PCGS community across all ages, ALL PCGS 2020 FESTIVAL EVENTS ARE CANCELLED. This includes both the Ana Vidovic concert on March 28 and the full day Festival day on Sunday March 29.
We are working with venues to reschedule Ana’s concert and will get back to you very soon with a new date and venue (likely in the Fall 2020) and how we will proceed with pre-purchased tickets for this concert.
All the pre-purchased tickets for the Festival Day on Sunday will be reimbursed.
Should you have any questions or comments, please feel free to send emails to:
Kevin J. Cope - president "at" phillyguitar.com
Fabrizio Franco - treasurer "at" phillyguitar.com
These are exceptional times and we all ask for your patience, to be safe, and to look after one another.
PCGS Board of Directors.
Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society
The Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society is a community of guitar enthusiasts of all ages and accomplishments dedicated to encouraging the appreciation, study, and performance of classical guitar music in the Greater Philadelphia Region.
The Bill Viola Memorial Fund was established in 2018 to inspire underserved individuals in our community through musical experiences, music instruction, and music education. Bill Viola’s life as a teacher and musician in Philadelphia serves as the inspiration for this fund (Bill Viola see bio).
The cornerstone of the Bill Viola Memorial Fund is the education for under-resourced individual and communities in the Philadelphia area that are unable to provide high-quality music education, access to concerts, or assist in instrument acquisition for teaching classical guitar. Thus, the Bill Viola Memorial Fund is designed to improve the lives of our diverse community using the classical guitar as a catalyst, and Bill Viola’s love for music and teaching as an inspiration.