Kevin performed this weekend at a beautiful wedding venue- Both outdoor grounds and large interior site. 


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 The Barn at Perona Farms

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Kevin Shannon

New Jersey-Regional Manager


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Published in Blog
Friday, 23 January 2015 13:45


Originally from New Jersey, Kevin has spent the past decade actively performing hundreds of concerts 
all over the East coast, including performances at the Baltimore Classical Guitar Society, New York’s Sony
Wonder Technology Lab, and performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Kevin performs
on various instruments including classical guitar, baroque guitar, lute, ukulele, and multiple percussion instruments. Kevin has performed with dozens of different ensembles including the award winning Atlantic Guitar Quartet,
which he founded and is currently performing with. He has also performed with the 1 East Guitar Quartet, the
Peabody Renaissance Ensemble, The Peabody Consort, Divisio, Heavens Noyse, the New York Baroque Dance
Company, the American University Chamber Singers and the Peabody Camerata. Kevin received his Bachelors degree in classical guitar performance from West Chester University.
He went on to receive his Masters degree and Graduate Performance Diploma from the prestigious Peabody Institute
of the Johns Hopkins University, where he served as the graduate assistant to professor Julian Gray, and received
multiple scholarships and awards. He currently resides in New Jersey with his wife and two children, and maintains
an active teaching studio and performance schedule.


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Published in New Jersey Muscians
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 18:42


Max received his Master of Music Degree from the Yale School of Music where he studied
with Benjamin Verdery. Max is also a graduate of the Peabody Institute of Johns
Hopkins University in Baltimore where he earned both a Bachelors of Music and a
Graduate Performance Degree in the studio of Manuel Barrueco.

Max has received awards in the Appalachian State Guitar Competition, Montreal Guitar
Festival and Competition, Sierra Nevada Guitar Competition, and was awarded First
Prize in the Middle Tennessee State University Guitar Festival and Competition. In
2010, he made his Carnegie Hall debut performing a new work by Samuel Adams. Max
performs throughout the United States and abroad including recent performances of the
Villa-Lobos Concerto with the Bay-Atlantic Symphony in New Jersey and the Panama
National Symphony. While maintaining his classical repertoire, Max enjoys collaborating
with other musicians and composers in a wide variety of styles, from the avant-garde to
popular music.

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