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Maria Zemantauski
Maria Zemantauski

Preview: flamenco guitar in Lowville

Here's a sure cure for cabin fever -- live flamenco guitar, percussion and dance! The Black River Valley Concert Series and Lewis County Historical Society are sponsoring an evening of flamenco music with guitarist Maria Zemantauski and friends. Maria is one of the world's few heralded female flamenco guitarists, and one of even fewer female flamenco composers. She has performed in Spain and across the US. Todd Moe talks with her about Saturday night's concert in Lowville.  Go to full article

Open Studio (full program)

Debut broadcast of NCPR's new monthly regional arts program. Todd Moe hosts. Live music with Piquant; an Adirondack arts activist takes lessons to Russia; hooked picture rugs that detail life along the St. Lawrence River; new music from flamenco guitarist Maria Zemantauksi; Vermont poet David Budbill on tour with jazz musicians Hamid Drake and William Parker, and much more.  Go to full article

Visiting Artist: Flamenco Guitarist Maria Zemantauski Returns to St. Lawrence University

Albany Guitarist and composer Maria Zemantauski is one of the only female touring guitarists in flamenco. She is a visiting artist at St. Lawrence University this week. Joined in the studio by percussionist Tony Dumas, singer Caroline Isachsen and dancer Katita Milazzo, Zemantauski shared music and conversation with Todd Moe. They will give a concert Saturday, March 26, at St. Lawrence University in Canton.  Go to full article

Flamenco Guitarist Maria Zemantauski

The power and emotion of flamenco guitar--guitarist Maria Zemantauski live in the studio for music and conversation. She talks with Todd Moe about about her life-long love affair with the guitar and the world of flamenco. She performed in concert with dancer Rebeca Byam at St. Lawrence University in Canton November 2.  Go to full article

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