Phil Collins & Genesis guitarist will be taking part in Godin Performance Clinics
For Immediate Release:
Montreal, Canada- September 16th, 2008: Renowned guitarist Daryl Stuermer will be giving Godin Performance Clinics in and
around Quebec and Eastern Ontario from September 29th to October 3rd 2008.
Having performed in studio and toured the world with both Phil Collins and supergroup Genesis for years, Daryl is a player who is on top of his game and has the chops to prove it. Performing as the Daryl Stuermer Duo, he will be accompanied by keyboardist Konstantin Efimov during the clinics and will also be giving attendees his perspective on playing live, recording,
technique, and his gear, by fielding a Q&A session after each performance.
The Duo will also be giving a special performance in Montreal on September 28th at Club Soda to close out the 3rd annual Montreal Guitar Grand Prix competition, presented by Godin Guitars in collaboration with SIMM, Steve’s Music Store and the Festival International de Jazz de Montreal.
Performance dates featuring the Daryl Stuermer Duo:
Sunday September 28th, 2008 – 8:00 PM
Montreal Guitar Grand Prix @ Club Soda – Montreal, QC
Monday September 29th, 2008 – 7:30 PM
Royaume de la Musique
404 St-Viateur, Joliette, QC
Tuesday September 30th, 2008 – 8:00 PM
252 rue St-Joseph, Quebec City, QC
(Presented by Musique Richard Gendreau)
Wednesday October 1st, 2008 – 7:30 PM
Salle Delle Arte
40 Jean-Talon Est, Montreal, QC
(Presented by Archambault Musique)
Thursday October 2nd, 2008 – 7:00 PM
Heron Community Center Amphitheatre
1480 Heron Rd., Ottawa, ON
(Presented by Long & McQuade)
Friday October 3rd, 2008 – 7:00 PM
Centre Musicale Haute Gamme
199A Chemin du Petit Bois, Varennes, QC
While on the road and in studio recording his latest album “GO” (on InsideOut Music), Daryl turned to his Godin LGXT. This 3-voice guitar allows for a world of sonic possibilities through a 13-pin output, as well as acoustic and its main electric sounds. “The LGXT gives me more options in sound than any other guitar I’ve ever owned and it’s a dream to play,” says Stuermer of his main axe, which is featured
on the cover of his latest album.