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1980 - 1991 1992 - 1995 1996 - 1998

1992As the post-graduates outnumber the students of St.Ursula's, on Sept. 1st the name is changed to

Gitarren Ensemble Graz

Dec.16th sees another highlight in the history of the ensemble. Maurice Ravel's "Bolero" is performed for the first time by a guitar orchestra (Kammersaal, arranged by M. Steflitsch).
1993 May 20th - 23rd on tour performing at Schladming, Munich, Altach (Vorarlberg).
In July M. Steflitsch starts arranging Mussorgski's "Pictures of an Exhibition" and on Dec. 14th, it is staged for the first time at Stefaniensaal (Graz).
1994 On March 22nd the first CD/MC of the ensemble Vielsaitig is presented to the public.
On Sept. 4th the ensemble appears on TV for the popular serial "Seniorenklub".
On Sep. 15th concert at Tamsweg.
On Dec. 20th first performance of Klaus Melem's "Serenade in G Major" especially composed for the guitar ensemble.
1995 A series of concerts in spring and autumn. Further works are composed for the ensemble, e.g. Gerd Schuller's "Giulia", Dieter Ribitsch's "Drei Stücke", Klaus Melem's "Tortenschlachtsonate". M. Steflitsch arranges Mozart's "Eine kleine Nachtmusik" and the "Concert in D Major" by Vivaldi.
On Dec. 1st this programme is presented at Stefaniensaal (Graz).

1980 - 1991 1992 - 1995 1996 - 1998

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