Listen: Guitarists Matthew Cochran and Michael Kudirka in the TSO Maestro Series
Cochran and Kudirka performed music from the Renaissance to the present day, including a world premiere by composer Sean Hickey.
The two musicians performed separately and together in a recital in the Cathedral Barn at Traverse City's Historic Barns Park.
Cochran gave the first half of the recital, which included several of his own compositions and arrangements as well as a world premiere by composer Sean Hickey.
Kudirka gave the second half of the recital, featuring music by Renaissance composers Francesco da Milano and John Dowland as well as music composed in the 1990s.
The two guitarists performed the first and last pieces on the recital together.
Hear the entire recital, including Cochran's and Kudirka's spoken commentary between pieces as well as words from composer Sean Hickey, on demand below.
Note: Performer name appears in parentheses after the piece title
Ralph Towner, arr. Cochran, Icarus (Cochran & Kudirka)
Matthew Cochran, 3 Non-Algorithmic Human Interactions (Cochran)
Matthew Cochran, Toccata for Joe (Cochran)
Sean Hickey, Arroyo Secco (Cochran) WORLD PREMIERE PERFORMANCE
Ólafur Arnalds, arr. Cochran, Tomorrow's Song / Saman
Francesco da Milano, Five Ricercars (Kudirka)
John Dowland, Lachrimae Antiquae Novae / Sir John Souch / Forlorn Hope Fancy (Kudirka)
Dusan Bogdanovic, Levantine Suite (Kudirka)
Dusan Bogdanovic, Lament's Commentary (Kudirka)
Manuel de Falla, Danza from La vida breve (Cochran & Kudirka)
Stefan Wiebe engineered the audio recordings.