Highly acclaimed Boston classical guitarist, John Muratore, has appeared extensively across the US, Canada, Europe and Russia and he came to DreamFarm to play gorgeous guitar music. We explore classical guitar repertoire that is touched by jazz idioms. It's fascinating to hear those sounds flowing from John's fingers. Listen to his show here.

Host of Live at DreamFarm Café Julie Lavender, welcomes musical guests, celebrating their original music and inviting fresh collaborations.  Roberto Cassan and John Muratore were featured artists in season 2.  You can listen to their radio show Here.

Favoritas features many of the most widely recognized and highly regarded compositions for guitar, featuring works by Tárrega, Torroba, Villa-Lobos, Pujol and more.

Shadow Box, a solo guitar CD features five contemporary classics by five composers whose styles transcend traditional classical idioms. Works by William Walton, Scott Wheeler, Frederic Hand and Astor Piazzolla.

Domenie, the exciting debut CD from the duo of John Muratore and Roberto Cassan, accordion, blurs the boundaries between classical, jazz, latin-american and folk genres, and features the music of Astor Piazzolla, Claude Debussy, Richard Galliano, Leo Brouwer, Roberto Cassan plus others.

Noël-A Classical Guitar Christmas, which as been named by CD Baby as one of the top selling Holiday-Classical albums of 2012, is a collection of new and traditional arrangements for solo guitar of carols, hymns and folk music that spans six centuries of musical tradition. The set includes a transcription Louis-Claude Daquin's brilliant Noël X (originally for organ) as well as music by Llobet, Barrios, Vince Guaraldi, Gene Bertoncini and J.S. Bach.

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Also available at iTunes.

"Allegro Energico" (homage to Dave Brubeck, from Trilogy by Frederic Hand

"Romantico" (from Cinco Piezas) by Astor Piazzolla

"Noël X" by Louis-Claude Daquin (transcribed by J. Muratore)

 

"Revirado" (duo w/Roberto Cassan) , by Astor Piazzolla