William Jenks and Ian O'Sullivan Virtual Concert Tickets
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William Jenks and Ian O'Sullivan - Concert - Sunday, October 18, 2020 at 1 PM (Hawaii Time), 4:00 PM (PDT), 7:00 PM (EDT)
The final concert of the series will be presented to you aloha style from Hawaii on Sunday, October 18 at 4 PM (PDT) where U.S. Classic Guitar President William Jenks will perform with Hawaii based guitarist Ian O’Sullivan. William Jenks is a rare talent from a new generation of classical guitarists and has had an extensive performance career touring across Europe, Latin America, and the United States. Ian O’Sullivan is a classically-trained guitarist and composer from the North Shore of O’ahu. Well-versed in Hawaiian music and the ‘ukulele, in addition to the western classical repertoire, Ian has performed with guitar luminaries such as Benjamin Verdery, Andrew York, Carlos Barbosa-Lima, Scott Tennant and Martha Masters just to name a few. He has performed internationally as well as throughout the United States including Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall. In 2013 Ian released his first solo album “Born and Raised,” featuring his original compositions alongside music of fellow Hawaii composers. In 2016 he released his second album “Songs for the North Shore”- a set of original compositions written for specific places and stories from the North Shore of O‘ahu.