Friday March 11, 2011• Doors Open 7:30 PM
Fred Wilchek & Robert Gordon ~ guitars
Patrick Clark ~ drums * Ramsey Telhami ~ bass
Fred Wilchek (guitar) has been performing and teaching in the Washington DC area for more than thirty years. He moved to the area in 1969 to study classical guitar with John Marlow at The American University (AU). After graduating from AU, he became an instructor of guitar at the Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Fred continued his guitar studies at the Peabody Conservatory where he received his Master's Degree. In addition to his professional music endeavors, Fred volunteers his time and musical skills each month to participate as a regular member of Profusion, the Inwood Coffeehouse band.
This month Fred brings to the coffeehouse a blues unit compromised of three of his current students.
Robert Gordon (guitar), a Judge in Baltimore, has been playing guitar for over twenty years. With a focus on jazz and blues, he has studied with Herman Meyer and Fred Wilchek while also attending the Jamey Aebersold jazz camps.
Patrick Clark (drums) and Ramsey Telhami (bass) are veterans of the Wilchek coached group, Acid Ketchup. A sophmore at Northwood High School, Patrick also plays the saxophone in the school jazz band. Ramsey is in his freshman year at Springbrook High School.
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