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2023-2024 Season

August 12, 4:00 PM - Join us for our monthly open stage for all classical guitarists and to welcome our incredible guest performer Sarah Badlissi, returning from Brussels after studying with Antigoni Goni. She will bring us a killer program of traditional works as well as her own arrangements.

Location: Company N' Tempo 

Admission: Free

September 23, 4:00 PM - Tedesco Duo

Tedesco Duo is a lively flute and guitar duo from New England comprised of Arielle Burke on flute and Catherine O'Kelly on guitar. They perform repertoire from all eras, with an emphasis on contemporary music.

Arielle and Catherine began performing together in 2011 as students at The Hartt School. Their first performance was of Sonatina for Flute and Guitar by Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco, which is what prompted them to name the ensemble "Tedesco Duo." They have since performed the works of composers such as Mauro Giuliani, Astor Piazzolla, Phillip Houghton, Libby Larsen, Roberto Sierra, and Máximo Diego Pujol.

Tedesco Duo has been praised for their communicative playing and for performing repertoire that is colorful and spirited.

Location: First Congregational Church, 355 Main St, Cromwell, CT 06416

Admission: Free

October 15, 9:00-7:00 PM - The Connecticut Guitar Guild is proud to present its first guitar festival! This one day event will be full of classes, workshops and performances. 

Location: Company N' Tempo/First Congregational Church, 355 Main St, Cromwell, CT 06416

Admission: Registration information here


November 4, 2023 - Suzuki Night 6:00 PM

Join us for the second annual Connecticut Suzuki student showcase. This event will feature students from various studios in the greater Hartford area and beyond. Suzuki students who are interested in participating should email us at with the instructor name, studio name (if different than instructor), and intended performance piece.

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February 3, 2024 - Luca Duo 4:00 PM

The Luca Duo is a lively voice and guitar duo featuring award winning Taiwanese soprano Meng-Chieh (Mavis) Hsieh and CGG Artistic Director Jaclyn Jones. Their upcoming program includes music from Brasil, Taiwan, Spain, and America and features operatic favorites, dances, folk songs, and newly commissioned works. 

Check out their website for more!



March 9, 2024 - Andrew Flory 4:00 PM

Andrew Flory is a classical guitarist and theorbo player based in Rochester, New York.. He is currently a Doctoral Candidate and Performer’s Certificate recipient at the Eastman School
of Music in Rochester. There he studies guitar with Naxos recording artist Dr. Nicholas Goluses and is also pursuing an Advanced Performer’s certificate in Early Music with world renowned
lutenist and historical performance practice expert Paul O’Dette.

In addition to guitar performances, Andrew plays theorbo as a member of the Collegium Musicum Baroque orchestra led by Paul O’Dette and Christel Thielmann and he performs every Sunday night at Christ
Church in Rochester with Schola Cantorum for their candlelight compline service. Andrew also performs solo theorbo works in his solo performances.


March 10, 2024 - Andrew Flory Masterclass 12:-00 - 2:00

Join us in welcoming Andrew Flory for a masterclass. It will take place from 12:00 - 2:00 PM at Company 'N Tempo in Cromwell, CT. Viewing the class is completely free. To inquire about performing, please email us.

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Aprl 27, 2025 - College Night, 5 PM UHart

CGG is proud to present its second annual college invitational night! This event will celebrate hardworking guitar students from some of New England's best guitar schools. Come for a night of networking and guitar performance, meet the guitarists of the next generation!

This event is FREE and will take place at the University of Hartford, Hartt School in room 21.

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May 4, 2024 - Thatcher Harrison 4:00 PM

Thatcher Harrison is a guitarist and a composer. As a composer, Thatcher tries to expand the boundaries of classical guitar repertoire through what he calls “classical fusion” composition: pieces based in classical composition and performance techniques, but with influences from other genres such as jazz music, rock music, fingerstyle guitar music, blues music, pop music, folk music, film score music, and world music. As a guitarist, Thatcher chooses to perform programs consisting primarily of his own compositions. Thatcher is currently working to establish his career as a concert artist, having performed concerts for Boston Classical Guitar Society, Austin Classical Guitar Society, Twents Gitaarfestival, Rhode Island Guitar Guild, Pleven Guitar Festival, Domaine Forget International Music Festival, The 21st Century Guitar Conference, and Boston Guitarfest. Thatcher Harrison is currently studying for his Bachelor of Music degree in Classical Guitar Performance at New England Conservatory with Eliot Fisk and Jérôme Mouffe, and he studies composition privately with Ian Wiese.


May 5, 2024 - Thatcher Harrison Masterclass 12:-00 - 2:00

Join us in welcoming Thatcher Harrison for a masterclass. It will take place from 12:00 - 2:00 PM at Company 'N Tempo in Cromwell, CT. Viewing the class is completely free. To inquire about performing, please email us.


May 19, 2024 - Connecticut Classical Guitar Ensemble, directed by Michael Stubblefield

Bring a picnic and enjoy a perfect Sunday afternoon in the company of this wonderful guitar ensemble that will perform a variety of genres.

Michael Stubblefield (b. 1989) is an American composer, guitarist, and music educator based in Hartford, Connecticut. Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, Michael began his higher education studies in music at Diablo Valley Community College, ultimately transferring to California State University, East Bay where he earned his Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music. Michael is also a graduate of The Hartt School at the University of Hartford with a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Music Composition and a minor in Music Theory.
Michael's interests outside of music include animals (especially exotic reptiles), reading, hiking, cooking, the San Francisco Giants and 49ers, and coffee. Michael is currently working throughout New England in a variety of music relation activities, as a composer, a private teacher in guitar, bass, piano, ukulele, voice, composition, and music theory, and at The Hartt School as an administrative assistant and tutor of music theory and music history. 2:00pm , Activity Shed, All tickets: $10.00. Please pre-register online : In the event of cold weather, the concert will take place in the Carriage House.

80 Whitehall Road, Litchfield, CT, United States, Connecticut 06759

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