With 9 diplomas from 7 countries, concerts at Carnegie Hall, etc. and dozens of internationally acclaimed CDs and books, Anthony received the Missouri Arts Award for Individual Artist in 2006. In 2009 he was chosen to launch the first classical guitar program at MU-Columbia. He worked and performed 27 years in the US and Europe (where he still lives part-time in a tiny French village with "500 people and 800 cows"). He is the only American to win first prize at the International Toscanini Competition in Italy as well as competitions in Hungary and France. All of Anthony's programs (and as a guest with local ensembles) can be as formal or casual as you need, with public outreach events for all ages to help with publicity.
2703 Mitchell Ave., St. Joseph, MO 64507-1641
$1,200 to $3,800
Solo guitar: one chair, no arms; Missouri Fables (duo): two chairs, no arms, 2, 110v electrical outlets; The Nova Project (ensemble): 10, 110v electrical outlets