Live! From Somewhere: Nolan Juaire Performs a Classical Guitar Piece in Isolation | KCET
Live! From Somewhere: Nolan Juaire Performs a Classical Guitar Piece in Isolation
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Live! From Somewhere is a series of performances by students, alumni, and faculty, of USC Thornton, live from… somewhere!
Title: Live! From Somewhere: Nolan Juaire performs "Felicidade"
Presented by: USC Thornton
Originally Published: March 16, 2020
Performed by: Nolan Juaire
Sophomore Nolan Juaire is a Classical Guitar major at USC Thornton. As part of his student employment, he works in RHM 112, the office of Ramo Hall, where he often rehearses at night. That's where he recorded “Felicidade” by Antônio Carlos Jobim, an arrangement by Roland Dyens.
About the Series
As venues around the world went dark, USC Thornton launched a series of performances by students, alumni, and faculty, live from… somewhere. Living rooms, offices, back patios, garages — wherever they may be.
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USC Thornton School of Music brings together a stellar faculty chosen from a broad spectrum of the music profession and musically gifted students from around the globe.
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