Young Guitarist at Mahwah Museum

On Sunday April 30, 2017 from 4:15 6 p.m. The Mahwah Museum will host young guitarist Jason Recht, his guitar teacher Kevin Lutke and friend Will McKee. This event will take place at the Mahwah Museum 201 Franklin Turnpike Mahwah, NJ.  Admission is $10.  Space is very limited and reservations are strongly suggested. Contact for reservations or call 201-512-0099. Soda and light refreshments will be served.

Jason Recht, now 12 years old, has been passionate about guitar since he began playing at age seven.  He will be joined by  his guitar teacher, Kevin Lutke and friend Will McKee.  Jason has played guitar alongside Lou Pallo.  When asked about Jason, Lou said “he is a great up and coming player and a fun guy to play with.”  Jason plays everything from pop or rock to jazz and blues.

Guests at this event will be invited to see the Mahwah Museum’s outstanding permanent exhibit of Les Paul’s artifacts; Les Paul in Mahwah.

For more information about the Les Paul in Mahwah Exhibit please click here

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