Scott Tennant plays elegant recital for Baltimore Classical Guitar Society
Sorry to be late with this, but I did want to make note of the recital by Scott Tennant presented over the weekend by the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society, one of the region's most productive cultural resources. It was nice to see a good turnout at the BMA for the event, even nicer to hear such elegant playing.
Tennant, a founding member of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, offered a wide-ranging program. Highlights included a
gracefully articulated, subtly embellished Sylvius Leopold Weiss sonata, and colorful accounts of pieces by Moreno-Torroba and Leo Brouwer. Tennant also achieved considerable eloquence in the Lamento by Johan Jakob Froberger.
Throughout, the guitarist's lyrical, rhythmically nuanced style produced engaging results, nowhere more so than in his encore, which, thanks to good ol' reliable YouTube, I can give you a taste of here: