A lot of pluck: gui­tarist Roberto Capoc­chi

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From Thurs­day, June 18, to Sun­day, June 21, the New Mex­ico Clas­si­cal Gui­tar Fes­ti­val will at­tract plucky mu­si­cians to the state for four days of mas­ter classes, lec­tures, con­certs, and en­sem­ble work­shops at Keller Hall at the Uni­ver­sity of New Mex­ico in Al­bu­querque (in­for­ma­tion on public events can be found at www.un­mtick­ets.com). The fes­ti­val’s open­ing-night recital will be en­trusted to Roberto Capoc­chi, a Brazil-born gui­tarist who has be­come a pil­lar of Santa Fe’s mu­si­cal com­mu­nity since es­tab­lish­ing him­self here in 2000. He gives lo­cals a fore­taste by of­fer­ing his pro­gram at 7:30 p.m. on Fri­day, June 12, at Gig Per­for­mance Space (1808 Sec­ond St.). The recital in­cludes suites for solo gui­tar by Cuban com­poser Leo Brouwer (El De­camerón ne­gro from 1981), the Bri­tish Wil­liam Wal­ton (Five Bagatelles from 1971), and the Paraguayan Agustín Bar­rios (La cat­e­dral from 1921). Tick­ets are $20 at the door; visit gigsantafe.com. — J.M.K.

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