Marcin Dylla (BCGS)

  • Saturday, November 16, 2019
  • 8:00 PM
  • UMBC 1028 Hilltop Road Catonsville, MD 21250

Marcin Dylla

November 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

| $35 – $40 Buy Tickets

You can purchase individual tickets to our concert series but the seats will be assigned on July 1.  Donors and returning members get priority on seat selection – until June 30. After June 30, best seats are assigned on a first come, first served basis. All tickets are mailed in September.

 

Last time Dylla performed in Baltimore, he sold out!

“Dylla’s a world-class virtuoso (…) and the evening was a riveting display of guitar technique. But it wasn’t his pinpoint accuracy that dazzled, so much as his deeply felt, almost sensual poeticism. This was playing of almost Romantic-era passion — and it was impossible not to be moved by it.”

The Washington Post

Hailed by Washington Post as “among the most gifted guitarists on the planet” Polish guitarist, Marcin Dylla is a rare phenomenon in the recent history of Classical Guitar. Many music critics, connoisseurs, and music lovers certify that Marcin Dylla is among the world’s elite of classical guitar players. He has earned this position, among others, to the unparalleled number of awards including 19 First Prizes from 1996-2007 at the most prestigious international music competitions around the world. His last triumph was the Gold Medal of the ‘2007 Guitar Foundation of America International Competition’ in Los Angeles known as the most prestigious guitar contest in the world followed by tour of over 50 cities in North America, Mexico and Canada during 2008-09 season, live recital video recording for Mel Bay Publications and CD recording for Naxos that reached the Naxos ‘Top 10 Bestselling Albums’ in September 2008. His live recital DVD “Wawel Royal Castle at Dusk” was nominated for 2010 Fryderyk Award (equal to American Grammy) in the category of Solo Classical Music Album of the Year.

“’Incredible’ is a word used far too frequently these days, but the Polish guitarist Marcin Dylla restored the meaning of the word in an absolutely stunning concert.”

Herald Tribune

Philadelphia Classical Guitar Society
Address: 2038 Sansom street - Philadelphia, PA 19103
Phone: +1 (215) 567 2972
Email: info@phillyguitar.com 

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