Nashville Artist, Huttlinger, to Perform on Mach 13

The UALR Department of Music presents guitarist Pete Huttlinger at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday March 13, in the Stella Boyle Smith Concert Hall in the Fine Arts Building on the UALR Campus. This event is free, open to the public, and sponsored by the UALR Student Guitar Society and a local supporter of the arts.

For more information contact Dr. Michael Carenbauer at 501.569.8437 or at mgcarenbauer@ualr.edu.

Huttlinger is a graduate of Berklee College of Music and a respected Nashville studio artist. He has performed around the world with artists such as John Denver and LeAnn Rimes; his solo performances have taken him across the United States and Europe. Huttlinger is a regularly featured performance with the Nashville Chamber Orchestra and has appeared with several other symphonies.

“Pete is one of America’s finest acoustic guitarists,” says Carenbauer. “He won the National Fingerpicking Championship in 2000 and has been featured in Guitar Player, Acoustic Guitar, and other prominent publications. His concerts are entertaining, awe inspiring, and just plain good, clean fun.”

Huttlinger is a solo instrumental guitarist. His performances are best known for his arrangements of the music of Stevie Wonder and other popular artists, but also feature some of his original works.

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