Listeners who tune in to the Back Bay Guitar Trio may find themselves switching from Jimi Hendrix to such
classical guitar giants as Andres Segovia and Julian Bream. All three musicians bring varied backgrounds to a musical experience that is classical but not conventional.
The album, is a delight to listen to for both guitar-heads and classical enthusiasts alike; the
technical ability and airtight arrangements are enough to make the album a worthwhile listen, but the music is played with an artful delicacy that transcends usual fare. Astor Piazzola's L'Evasion, shows
both the trio's formidable technical chops and eclectic taste, and segues into a beautiful transcription of Brahms' Intermezzo in A major.
Berklee College of Music
"The Back Bay Guitar Trio can conjure a sweet choir of angels or rip into the strings with the percussive fervor of a jazz drummer."
The Boston Globe
"The Back Bay Guitar Trio doesn't just play classical music; they recreate it with energy, spirit, humor and abounding talent. This is Bach, Mozart and Gershwin
like you've never heard them before. Just one of the musicians would have rendered me slack jawed and happy, but three? The guitars literally sang and danced with one another, as the audience grinned and
swayed in the seats. Top-notch performance! Can't wait for the return concert."
Director of Programming, Duxbury Free Library
our most successful concert performers, The Back Bay Guitar Trio consistently delivers performances that surprise and delight. With impeccable taste in program selection and a sensitivity and skill in
execution that comes straight from their love of the material and high regard for one another's substantial talents, The Back Bay Guitar Trio make a strong and lasting connection with their audience. A
Gore Place, Concert in the Carriage House
"Back Bay Guitar Trio concerts are a delightful musical experience. Three superb musicians deliver a dynamic performance, every time."
Hingham Library Sunday Sounds Special Concerts
George Ward, Series Director