Boston-based guitar virtuoso Aaron Larget-Caplan returns to the Columbia-Pacific for two concerts celebrating romantic music for the season and his latest album, “John. Cage. Guitar.”
At 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 14, Larget-Caplan performs “Dances, Serenades & Meditations” in the beautiful Grace Episcopal Church, 1545 Franklin Ave.
The program will repeat on the Washington Peninsula at 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17, at an Oysterville residence.
Larget-Caplan has designed a lush Valentine’s Day program full of romantic serenades and dances by Franz Schubert, Spanish composers Isaac Albéniz, Francisco Tarrega, Pascual Marquina and Cuban composer Leo Brouwer, alongside the music of J.S. Bach and the American icon John Cage. He is a musical storyteller and guides audiences on the musical journey of love, nostalgia and excitement.
Tickets for the Astoria concert are $20 for adults, $10 for anyone under 18. Attendees are encouraged to reserve their seats online via Brown Paper Tickets (https://alcguitar.bpt.me) or purchase tickets at the door.
Seats for Oysterville are $20 and must be reserved by contacting Sydney Stevens at email@example.com.