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ARGENTINE CHAPMAN STICK PLAYER GUILLERMO CIDES IN CONCERT AT THE SHELDONΚ

Guillermo Cides Brings Unique Latin Sound to The Sheldon CONCERT: Guillermo Cides WHEN: Sunday, September 30 at 3p.m. WHERE: The Sheldon Concert Hall TICKETS: Single tickets are $20 orchestra/ $15 balcony and are available through MetroTix at 534-1111 or on The Sheldon’s website at "http://www.sheldonconcerthall.org". INFORMATION: For more information, call The Sheldon at 533-9900 during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or the Hispanic Arts Council at 863-0570. The Hispanic Arts Council of St. Louis and The Sheldon present Guillermo Cides, Sunday, September 30 at 3 p.m. in the perfect acoustics of The Sheldon Concert Hall. One of the world’s top Chapman Stick players, Cides performance closes the 2nd Annual Great Midwest Guitar Show.A pioneer as a soloist in the art of the Chapman Stick, Guillermo Cides’ style has been described as progressive symphonic rock, combining the sounds of jazz, rock, classical and Latin music. A rare instrument with very few players, the Chapman Stick is, according to Cides, “spiritually a cousin of the guitar.” Similar in logic to a piano, the stick consists of 10 strings over a fingerboard separated into two groups of five, one set for higher, melodic sounds and one set for lower, percussive sounds. A native of Argentina, Cides is known for the emotion behind his playing and the virtuosity of his performances. There is no written music for the stick or any way to transcribe its sounds, allowing Cides to compose his own songs and interpret the works of other stick players like Egberto Gismonte and Emmett Chapman, Argentinean guitarist Astor Piazzolla, and J. S. Bach. Cides has three albums to his credit and also teaches. He directs the Center of Stick performers in Argentina and has created an ensemble of stick players to accompany him on stage. He now resides in Spain where he performs, composes and has established a second center for stick players. Proceeds of this concert will benefit the Hispanic Community Program of the Hispanic Arts Council. Located in the heart of Grand Center, The Sheldon receives assistance from the NEA, MAC, RAC and A&E. Welcomed by KDHX St. Louis Community Radio.

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