The Tempe History Museum
PGS at the Tempe History Museum is an informal, monthly, open-mic style gathering hosted by the Phoenix Guitar Society (PGS). We encourage guitar players of all ages, levels, and styles to gather and share music. Our new monthly meeting space will be hosted in the community room at the Tempe History Museum. A quiet, attentive audience and engaging discussion provide the perfect setting to perform and enjoy guitar music. Please consider joining us the second Sunday of every month between 1:30pm-3:30pm. We look forward to meeting you and hearing you play!
Meet our October Guest Artist - George Ramirez
George Ramirez is an active performer and instructor for a multitude of fretted instruments in the Phoenix and Tucson areas. Making his professional debut at the age of 16, he has had the opportunity to perform in venues such as St. Stephens Cathedral (Vienna), Munich Cathedral, Mannes College and the Riverside Cathedral of New York amongst others.
In support of his endeavors, George has been the recipient of many prizes and grants including: PepsiCo Foundation, Target Scholarships, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, University of Arizona Honors Research Grant, and competitions such as The William Wolf Guitar Competition and Thomas Schaffer Competition. Having earned his Bachelors of Music Performance at the University of Arizona, additional musical instruction came via Salzburg, Austria’s Mozarteum SommerAkademie with guitarist Marco Tamayo. As a supporter of the community, he has directed festivals for young guitarists in the Phoenix area in collaboration with Maryvale High School, Arizona School for the Arts, and Camelback High School. Additionally, George can be seen performing in the Tucson Guitar Quartet and Duo Legadi.
809 E Southern Ave, Tempe, AZ 85282