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Guitarist Mohit Dubey will perform at Mesa Public Library Thursday.

Mohit Dubey returns to Mesa Public Library for his annual summer concert, 7 p.m. Thursday in the Upstairs Rotunda.
Dubey is a young classical guitarist from Los Alamos. A student of Roberto Capocchi at New Mexico School for the Arts and Stephen Aron at Oberlin Conservatory, Dubey has played concerts across the world - from Santa Fe to Italy to Jordan to India – and has been a semifinalist in the Stroud All-Ohio Guitar Competition for three consecutive years.
As the son of Indian and German scientists, Mohit is excited about using music as a means of expression and storytelling across cultural differences and exploring the many ways the guitar has been used throughout the world and throughout history.
His program for the evening is entitled “Classical Guitar: Around the World and Through the Ages.” In the notes for the program, he writes “The classical guitar is more than just a piece of hollow wood and six strings, it is an instrument that traces a deep history stretching around the entire globe. The performance will carry listeners from Bach’s baroque Germany to Lauro’s modern Venezuela with many surprises in between. This hour-long show, followed by a question and answer session with the performer, will surely leave you relaxed by the sweet sound of the guitar and enchanted by its history.”

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