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Sharon Isbin q&a with Guitar Girl

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Sharon Isbin's name is synonymous with classical guitar, and while it is the style for which she is best known, her repertoire extends into a remarkable network of artists and projects, from symphonic maestros to the hierarchy of rock and roll. An award-winning virtuoso, she has performed as a soloist with over 170 orchestras around the world, appeared on television programs, performed at the White House, and was the subject of Sharon Isbin: Troubadour, an hour-long documentary about her life and work that aired on over 200 PBS stations.

Her catalogue includes close to 30 recordings, including her latest, Alma Espanola, for which she partnered with internationally renowned opera singer Isabel Leonard for a first-of-its-kind art song project. The album's producer, David Frost, has been nominated for a 2018 Grammy Award as Producer of the Year, Classical.  Photo by J. Henry Fair

Isbin reconnected with Guitar Girl to discuss her new album. READ THE Q&A