ART FARM AT SERENBE PRESENTS GUITAR WEEKEND

Speakeysie News Desk

Atlanta-April 8, 2022


The Art Farm at Serenbe is offering a sensory cinematic experience under the stars with a screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1927 silent film, “The Lodger” on May 21st.

The classic thriller will be shown outside in the Serenbe Pavillion while the score is masterfully played by a live cellist and guitar quartet.
The film will be introduced by Austin Classical Guitar Composer in Residence Joseph V. Williams II, who created the original score. Cellist Bion Tsang joins Great Necks Guitar Trio, Adam Levin, Matthew Rohde, and Scott Borg, and Columbus State University’s professor of guitar, Andrew Zohn for a truly incomparable musical moment that mustn’t be missed. Tickets – click here

There will be a “VIP Meet the Artist” event with cocktails and appetizers the evening before the screening on Friday, May 20.
The musicians and composer Joseph V Williams II will mingle with the crowd before the Great Necks perform selections from their newly released album, Impressions of Spain, on Navona Records. Together with Bion Tsang and Andrew Zohn, they will also give a preview of The Lodger.
Get tickets – click here

Guitar Weekend will also see a performance by the winner of Art Farms Virtual Guitar Competition on May 21st.

Classical guitarists aged 16 years and older are invited to participate in a virtual guitar competition where the winner will receive $5000 plus domestic round-trip airfare to Serenbe and accommodations for the weekend of May 20-22, 2022.

Competitors are encouraged to be creative and novel in their interpretation of two contrasting works with a duration no longer than 12 minutes.
Submissions are due by midnight on Friday, April 22, 2022. Results will be announced via social media on Friday, May 6, 2022.

For more information on the competition click here. Guitar Competition

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