Classical guitarist Felicity Muench has been performing and teaching since the age of 16. She received her Bachelor of Music degree from the University of New Mexico and her Master of Arts degree from California State University, Northridge. Felicity studied with Andres Segovia, Pepe Romero, Alice Artzt, John Duarte and Hector Garcia. She headed the guitar department at Colorado Christian University where she also taught music business, pedagogy, guitar literature and fretted techniques for almost 20 years. She is very active in helping other musicians further their music careers and enjoys teaching the business of music. Her love for teaching and performing led to the formation of her company “Musical Bouquet” in 1987. She performs for hospitals, retirement homes, corporations and weddings and has performed recitals in Colorado, Ohio, California and New Mexico with her flutist, Kay Lloyd. She performs both as a soloist and in duos with violin and flute. Felicity has a large private guitar studio in the Boulder area.
Felicity provided music for two television documentaries " Vinnie Ream: Lincoln's Young Sculptor" which is currently being sold at the White House. She both hosted and provided music for the television documentary "Longmont's Carnegie Library" in 2014. Felicity has worked with classical guitarist Kevin Garry since 2009 and their duo "Amoroso Guitar Duo" has released a CD "Romantic Music from South America". Amoroso Guitar Duo is available for concerts throughout the United States.
The other half of Amoroso Guitar Duo is Kevin Garry.
Kevin has placed in national guitar competitions including the Northwest Guitar Festival in Portland, the Classical Guitar Competition in Seattle, and the Allied Arts Competition in Spokane. In addition to appearing as featured soloist with the Colorado Music Festival, The Mahler Fest, and the Evergreen, WA, and Aurora, CO, orchestras, Mr. Garry has premiered numerous works written for him by such composers as Bryan Johanson, John Drumheller and Charles Argersinger. Recent appearances include solo concerts at the University of Wyoming and Puget Sound University, and performances at Ollscoil Luimnigh (Ireland). He is the author of journal articles on guitar history and the author/recording artist of three international instructional DVDs in the award-winning eMedia Guitar Series. Dr. Garry has studied with Charles Wolzien, James Reid, Steve Novacek, and received his doctorate in guitar performance from the CU-Boulder. He is the director of the music program at Front Range Community College, is past president of the Boulder Guitar Society and has performed and recorded with Peruvian virtuoso Alfredo Muro and Irish master fiddler Manus McGuire. He performs regularly in the violin-guitar duo Avalon Duo and the Parisian World Music ensemble Amelie Quartet. The classical guitar duo recording with Felicity Muench . Amoroso Guitar duo has released their first CD "Romantic Music from South America" which can be purchased on Amazon, I Tunes and CD Baby.