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Pick one that's hard-to-crack, only known by you, and at least 6 characters long. Performing at Andrés Segovia’s master class, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, age seventeen Christopher Parkening is celebrated as one of the world’s preeminent virtuosos of the classical guitar. 1986

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1985 By the time he was 19, he had won a number of competitions and was touring and recording extensively. Use this to log in to your account, receive notifications and get handy updates from us. Marshall first introduced Parkening to the recordings of Andrés Segov… 21 tracks Let your Facebook friends know you’re on Myspace with an update. 1985

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Christopher Parkening (born 14 December 1947) is an American classical guitarist.

1986 Widely recognized as an heir to the legacy of Andres Segovia, Christopher Parkening was celebrated among the greatest contemporary classical guitar virtuosos of his generation. Pick one that's 25 characters or less and includes a letter. 1986 Parkening was born in Los Angeles, California.His cousin Jack Marshall, a studio musician active in the 1960s, introduced Parkening to the recordings of Andrés Segovia when he was 11 and encouraged his classical guitar studies. 1985

Parkening was born in Los Angeles, California, and pursued music in part because of his cousin Jack Marshall, a studio musician in the 1960s.

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1. Most people use their real name. By the age of 19 he had embarked on a professional career of regular touring and recording. The Washington Post called him “the leading guitar virtuoso of our day, combining profound musical insight with complete technical mastery of his instrument.”The New York Times described his playing as “so intelligent, sensitive and adept that one can forget everything but the music.” 1985 A part of the People / Entertainment Weekly Network. 1990

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