In this third study Op 6. No. 2, Harb begins by discussing the “Allegretto” character and how this should influence one’s overall interpretation of the piece. This is followed by an examination of the technical aspects found in the study as well as Harb’s personal thoughts on involving both yourself and your audience in the music.Watch Now
Jordanian-Canadian guitarist Tariq Harb has appeared at music festivals and in concert halls around the world as a solo musician, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestra. He is a first-prize winner in the Barrios WWW Competition in Paraguay and in the Montreal International Classical Guitar Competition, among other competition awards.
His playing demonstrates "not just his flawless technique but also his refined taste and a great, innate sense for truly beautiful interpretation." (The Jordan Times)
Chosen as the CBC Radio NEXT! guitarist in 2013, Harb was celebrated as "Canada's next classical guitar superstar" and was showcased performing on radio and live at the Glenn Gould studios in Toronto. Future engagements include a full-time residency at the Notre Dame University in Lebanon and his Carnegie Hall solo concert debut in New York.
Harb holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the University of Toronto and is currently on faculty as Professor of Guitar at Concordia University in Montreal. Tariq Harb is sponsored by Hill Guitar Company, Savarez, and LaBella Strings.