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The SCI percussionist has announced a pair of Rhythmatronix gigs for early next month.
Friday marked 10 years since the electronic music pioneer passed away, watch a documentary on his life and clips from musicians demonstrating his impact on music.
About Fareed Haque
Guitar virtuoso Fareed Haque enjoys a career that spans the spectrum of musical styles. Moving easily between jazz and classical guitar, Fareed’s versatility has created a demand for him with prominent jazz and classical artists including Paquito D’Rivera, Dave Holland, Sting, Joe Henderson, Joe Zawinul, Javon Jackson, Cassandra Wilson, Kurt Elling, Lester Bowie, Arturo Sandoval, Robert Walter, Carl Denson, Medeski, Martin and Wood, Kahil el Zabar, Defunckt, Ramsey Lewis, Nigel Kennedy, Edgar Meyer, Robert Conant, , Stephen Stubbs, Frank Bungarten, members of the Vermeer Quartet and many symphony orchestras in the U.S. and abroad. He has performed all of the major guitar concertos, is an active transcriber of baroque as well as South American music and has had numerous modern works dedicated to him.
Born in 1963 to Pakistani father and Chilean mother, extensive travels, especially long stays in Spain, France, Iran, Pakistan and Chile, exposed Haque to different musics from a very early age. This natural eclecticism has become the hallmark of Fareed’s music. The 1981 Recipient of North Texas State University’s Jazz Guitar Scholarship, Haque spent a year studying with renowned jazz guitarist and pedagogue Jack Peterson. Fareed’s growing interest in the classical guitar led him to transfer to Northwestern University, where he completed his studies in classical guitar under David Buch, John Holmquist and Anne Waller.
The Disco Biscuits confirmed details of their New Year’s Run 2019 which will be the final concerts held at the PlayStation Theater in New York City.
The New Deal started rolling out Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 tour dates.
Phish issued a statement regarding the camping, parking and vending restrictions now in place at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park due to a plague outbreak.
Zero will return to the Bay Area for a performance in honor of the band’s 35th anniversary this fall.
The Del McCoury Band welcomed guitarist Billy Strings for a pair of songs on Friday at the Whimmydiddle Country Music Festival in Hamilton, Ohio.