(guest blogged by Steve Audio) As a long-time classical guitar player, I'm always interested in seeing what other players are doing, especially outsi
December 5, 2007

(guest blogged by Steve Audio)

As a long-time classical guitar player, I'm always interested in seeing what other players are doing, especially outside the mainstream.

This is how I discovered the wonderful young Chinese women who all study under Prof. Chen Zhi at the Central Conservatory in Beijing. More about these amazing players can be found at Alma Guitar.

The most well-known and accomplished of these young women is Su Meng. Here's is a video of her playing Paganini's Caprice #24. Metal shredders will weep in humility after seeing this woman play. (note: sync is a little off)

And just in time for Christmas, here is a quartet of Wang Yameng, Su Meng, Chen Shanshan, Li Jie playing the Overture to the Tchaikovsky's Nutcracker Suite:

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