“ … Escarpa held the audience under her seductive and bewitching spell. She indeed is a musical sorceress ...”JEFF MANOOKIAN, THE TRIBUNE, Salt Lake City (US).  >>> ...
Paolo Pegoraro is considered today one of the most renowned teachers and interpreters of his instrument. Elected in 2003 “Best guitarist of the year” by the readers of the magazine Guitart, both the critics as recognized figures of the music world appreciate in Paolo Pegoraro an uncommon depth and artistic sensibility.   >>> ...
Andrej Grafenauer (1958) started the study of guitar under professor Tomaž Šegula in Ljubljana and continued on High school for Music in Graz (Austria), where he graduated in the class of professor Marga Bäuml-Klasinc. He perfected his knowledge under professor Abel Carlevaro, the famous guitar virtuoso from Uruguay.  >>> ...
István Römer was born in Zagreb, Croatia in 1962. He studied the guitar with Marga Bäuml - Klasinc at the Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Graz, Austria and with Darko Petrinjak at the Zagreb Academy of Music  >>> ...
The Hungarian guitarist-composer Dávid Pavlovits began to play the guitar at the age of 17. He played the guitar only three years when he has won a prize at an international guitar competition (Zory, Poland).  >>> ...
Anders Miolin was born in Stockholm. He studied at the Academies in Copenhagen and Malmö with Prof. Per-Olof Johnson as well as in Basel with Oscar Ghiglia.   >>> ...
Recognized as one of today’s finest classical guitarists, Gabriel Bianco has won First Prize in some of the most prestigious international competitions, including the Guitar Foundation of America’s International Guitar Competition (San Francisco, USA 2008) and the Koblenz International Guitar Competition, “Hubert Käppel” (Koblenz, Germany 2007).   >>> ...
Omán is the winner of numerous competitions around the globe, including countries like Spain, The Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Mexico, USA, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Austria and Serbia.
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“Grgić has quickly established himself as one of the up-and-coming performers in the guitar genre.” Mak is an innovative player, who programs music as far reaching as works from the avant-garde, film music to the great classics of guitar repertoire and transcriptions of Brahms and Kreisler.   >>> ...
Jure Cerkovnik (Slovenia, 1990) is a young Slovenian classical guitarist. He graduated in 2013 from Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst in Vienna (Austria) in class of prof. Alvaro Pierri. In his class, two years later, he also finished his master studies.   >>> ...
The Weimar Guitar Quartet was formed in the spring of 2015, composing of four
musicians from the class of Prof. Thomas Müller-Pering at the University of Music
Franz Liszt Weimar. In addition to this commonality in education, the group share a combination of complimenting qualities which form a harmonious musical ensemble.  >>> ...
“… Nejc Kuhar’s compositions have a strong personality and he plays them excellent. Bravo.”
(Roland Dyens)  >>> ...
Izidor Erazem Grafenauer studied the guitar with Andrej Grafenauer at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. He has received numerous high prices in music “competitions” as well as two Prešeren Awards, the highest awards given by the Academy of Music of Ljubljana, for his solo performances with the orchestra and his performances with the Hymnia Quartet.   >>> ...
Anton Črnugelj studied guitar at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana, first with Andrej Grafenauer and later with Tomaž Rajterič. During his studies he had lessons with renowned teachers, such as István Römer, Jordi Codina, Konrad Ragossnig, David Russell and Costas Cotsiolis.  >>> ...