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OETH JOHN

OETH JOHN

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John Oeth is a classical guitarist sought after for his ability to captivate audiences with his passionate musicianship, dynamic presence, and virtuosic technique. Having won multiple competitions throughout the United States, John brings his interpretations of unique repertoire to the stage.

The San Francisco Giants, NPR, the NCAA, and Intel are among the organizations that have enjoyed John’s performances. In 2018, he was honored to perform for United States Senator John McCain’s funeral service. He has recently performed in the concert series hosted by arts organizations including the Phoenix Guitar Society, the Paradise Valley Chamber Music Collective, Oh My Ears, and the Pinnacle Concert Series. Successful concerts for the Phoenix Center for the Arts, Music Instrument Museum, and the Arizona Mexico Consulate have built up John’s reputation for making sophisticated art music accessible to audiences of all musical backgrounds. This has led John to unique performance opportunities such as sharing a concert with Billboard Top 100 artist Jordin Sparks. In 2017, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey invited John to perform for the many U.S. governors and foreign dignitaries of the Western Governors Association.

In addition to his solo playing, John has been a part of outstanding performing ensembles. Alongside guitarist Andrew Lesley Smith, Petrichor Duo has given many notable concerts and premieres. As avid players of accessible new music, Petrichor Duo is a catalyst for new compositions for guitar duo. Composers such as Robert Springer, Kohei Kondo, and Zach Jones have written and dedicated works to Petrichor Duo. Their upcoming album Contemporary Works for Guitar Duo is set to be released in 2020.

John is an advocate of 21st-century guitar compositions as well as underperformed Renaissance lute and vihuela works. Compositions have been dedicated to him by international artists including Petrichor, a piece gifted by Japanese composer Kohei Kondo. He has premiered and released recording premieres of monumental works like the massive 21-movement Sketchbooks by Michael Karmon. This work is featured on his solo album, Sketches, which is a collection of works by contemporary composers in the genre of a sketch. John is completing his doctoral dissertation focusing on the lute works of Vincenzo Galilei, Galileo’s father. John’s latest album Fronimo consists of his solo guitar arrangements of Galilei’s 26 Ricercari in all of the Renaissance modes.

 www.johnoethguitar.com