Classical guitarist Aaron Larget-Caplan is that rare musician that can deliver both virtuosic fireworks and poetic reflection, often integrated into a single interpretation. G. Acosta of the Washington Post writes, “Aaron is a unique talent not to be missed.”
Born in Oklahoma and raised in Colorado, Aaron began playing classical guitar at age 16, giving his debut at the Tabor Opera House soon after. Since then he has premiered over four-dozen solo compositions, founded the New Lullaby Project and Greater Boston House Concerts, and begun ¡Con Fuego! – a classical Spanish music and flamenco dance ensemble. He gives regular recitals throughout the country and is a concerto soloist, performing Joaquin Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez repeatedly. He is also a sought after chamber musician, performing works by Stravinksy, Villa-Lobos, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Piazzolla, Takemitsu, Shankar and more.
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