Introducing: GuitarEtudes.com! The goal with this project is to provide the guitar community with an easy, intuitive, and centralized way to discover, learn, and share guitar etudes. Sounds simple, but currently there is no other such platform online, and I think this is something the guitar world desperately needs!
The weekend of July 15-17th marked the second annual Houston Classical Guitar Workshop, put together by the great maestro, Dr. Isaac Bustos. I had the privilege of participating, not only as a performer, but also as a lecturer, teaching assistant, and student! What an honor!
Thought I’d post a recent video of a beautiful old hymn I learned by request for the Hoeltzel wedding a few weeks ago. Love this piece, and am very glad Julie requested it.
I rarely get to play music with my Dad anymore, but every once in a while we get together and have a little fun. This past Saturday was one of those times.
This past weekend I had the privilege of playing a new friend’s wedding, and it couldn’t have been more perfect. The venue, Butler’s Courtyard, is in League City, TX, and as you can see is quite quaint. I’m so happy for Julie and Austin, and am grateful to have been invited to be a part of their celebration!
I was like a little kid experiencing the magic of TV for the first time: The folks at KBTX in College Station couldn’t have been more welcoming or friendly, and they actually videoed us with their phones… while we were being videoed on air! Needless to say, it was a cool experience…
This weekend, Santa’s Wonderland opened it’s doors for the 18th consecutive season, and I was fortunate enough to be part of it as a member of the house band. This is just my second full season with the band, but it’s already become one of my favorite gigs to be a part of, and I’ll tell you why. If you’ve …
Hi! My name is Ross Phillips. Thanks for visiting my music site. This space is where I’ll keep my thoughts and endeavors as they relate to music, and I hope you’ll find something of value in them. Please let me know if you do. For now, please allow me to share with you one thought: (I thought it. Did you …
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