Anthony Mazzella Live at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre
June 13th, 2015 at 7:00 pm
If you are a fan of guitar music and amazing musical talent you will not want to miss internationally acclaimed guitar virtuoso Anthony Mazzella this coming weekend! On June 13th he will be performing live at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre in Sedona, Arizona. Tickets for this special musical journey are only $15 per person and can be purchased by clicking here or calling 928-282-1177. As an added bonus to the evening photographer extraordinaire Ted Grussing will be projecting his original fine art photography as a backdrop.This is a theater concert setting, so come experience a musical and visual journey without distraction.
If you are a guest of the Best Western PLUS Inn of Sedona and wish to attend this event, take advantage of our Complimentary “About Town” Shuttle that will drop you off and pick you up at the event venue. For More information on this event please visit the Sedona International Film Festival.
More about Anthony Mazzella
Anthony Mazzella is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso of the guitar who began his performance career as a concert guitarist in New York City. He quickly built up a strong following performing in most every live music club in Manhattan including: The Bitter End, CBGB’s, Cat Club, Cafe Wah, Birdland etc. Mazzella then landed a headlining spot at the BLUE NOTE NYC just one year after street performing in front of it and spent the following years touring colleges & universities all over the USA. He then went on to performing on stages all over the world as a solo artist and as the concert guitarist for world music master Omar Faruk Tekbilek.
Mazzella began studying music on the violin at age five. He then proceeded to learn the rudiments of music on piano until falling in love with the guitar at age thirteen. Throughout his adolescence he studied with several private guitar teachers, but Mazzella attributes the greater part of his education to ear training. His influences are many, but none more profound than the music and techniques of guitar masters such as Michael Hedges, Pat Metheny, Carlos Montoya, Pepe Romero, William Ackerman, Eddie Van Halen, Andres Segovia and countless others. In the nineties Anthony shared his musical insights by teaching at Knopf Music (where he once took guitar lessons), as a private instructor, and at the Long Island School for Music and Arts. Mazzella was also one of the few chosen understudies of world-renowned guitar master Stanley Jordan. Visit Anthony Mazzella on Facebook