Dale Kavanagh, Canada (Cleveland Debut)
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Canadian-born Dale Kavanagh received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Acadia University, Dalhousie University with Carol van Feggelen, the University of Toronto with Eli Kassner and Banff Center School of the Arts in Canada and the Musik Akademie der Stadt Basel in Switzerland with Oscar Ghiglia. 

Between 1986 and 1988 Ms. Kavanagh was a top prize-winner in many international competitions such as Gargnano Competition in Italy, Segovia Competition in Spain, Scandinavian Competition in Finland and Neuchatel Competiton in Switzerland She performs internationally as a soloist and in the Amadeaus Guitar Duo with German guitarist Thomas Kirchhoff.

One of the guitar world's most gifted interpreters, she is a regular recitalist and teacher in guitar and music festivals in Canada, Argentina, , China, Thailand, Turkey, Poland, Germany, Greece, Holland, Sweden, Hungary, Mexico, England and the United States and has given more than 700 concerts around the world. Many composers have written works for Dale Kavanagh such as Carlo Domeniconi, Roland Dyens, Jaime M. Zenamon, Stephen Dodgson, Stephen Funk-Pearson, Bruce Shavers, Christian Jost and Harald Genzmer.

Her twelve CDs for Hansler Classic have received superlative reviews in international magazines including Acoustic Guitar, Classical Guitar Magazine, Fono-Forum, Hi-Fi-Vision, Gendai Guitar, Gitarre & Laute, La Cahir de la Guitare, Musikblatt, Staccato, Soundboard Magazine, Gitar och Luta and many others.

Dale Kavanagh is Professor of Guitar at the Musikhochschule in Detmold, Germany.

Artist's Website: kavanagh.de/