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Stuart Green received his M. M. in classical guitar performance from the University of Redlands. His mentor was Terry Graves; a founding member of the internationally acclaimed Falla Guitar Trio. Stuart has studied additionally with Kenton Youngstrom, John Holmquist, Dusan Bogdanovic, and also performed for Christopher Parkening in a 1994 master class.

Recently, Stuart released his first CD entitled Recuerdo Triste. This CD presents the world premier recording of guitar music by Spanish composer Trinidad Huerta (1803-1874). Additionally in 2001, Stuart was invited to speak on a panel with some of the most renowned classical guitar educators in th
e world. This panel was hosted by Fredrick Noad at the La Guitarra California Festival in San Luis Obispo.

Currently, Stuart is teaching the classical guitar at California State University, San Bernardino and the University of Redlands. He directs the Cal State guitar ensemble and also presents solo recitals. His instruments are two guitars made by American luthier Paul Jacobson (Missouri) in 1989 and 1990.

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Bryan Stewart
Bryan Stewart

Bryan has been playing trumpet for many years. He was a standout musician throughout his early days in junior and senior high school. He attended both the Stan Kenton Jazz Clinic and Arrowbear Music Camp (So. Calif.) to supplement his work in school. After high school, Bryan attended Long Beach State University, San Diego State University, Imperial Valley College, and Arizona Western College (in that order). At each of these schools, he held the jazz chair in the Jazz 1 Ensemble. Bryan has also played in the Dixieland group Sand City Six, in Southern California, as well as the jazz combos Jazzworks, Jazzmen and Yuma Jazz Company in Yuma, Az.

He credits much of his success to his high school band director and trumpet teacher, Jimmie Cannon. Mr. Cannon has taught many successful musicians, including jazz greats Pharoh Sanders and Walter Beasly.

Bryan is a freelance musician available to play in any ensemble setting. He is currently a member of Arizona Western College Jazz Ensemble.

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