Gábor Podhorszky

The Hungarian guitarist Gábor Podhorszky studied guitar and chamber music at the Liszt Academy of Music in Szeged, Hungary where he obtained a first diploma. Gábor was awarded a scholarship to study at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, which he graduated from in 2007.

Ben Kearsley

Ben Kearsley was born in Edinburgh, Scotland and began classical guitar with Norman Quinney and later with Ian Smith. After graduating from the Birmingham Conservatoire in 1998 with a BMus ( hons ) he lived in La Paz, Bolivia where he performed many concerts and taught guitar at the Conservatoiro de La Paz.

Declan Zapala

Declan Zapala is an internationally celebrated young classical guitarist from the UK. The music he plays is a fresh and captivating mixture of not only solo classical concert repertoire spanning many periods, but also more modern virtuosic folk-influenced percussive guitar music.

Adam Brown

London-based guitarist Adam Brown has performed throughout Europe, the United States and South America. At the Juilliard School in New York City, he completed the Masters of Music degree and subsequently became the first guitarist to obtain Julliard’s distinguished Artist Diploma degree.

Christopher Bundhun

British guitarist Christopher Bundhun studied at The Royal Academy of Music, London, graduating with Distinction in 2007. His concert programmes comprise diverse but complementary styles, seeking to reconcile the classical possibilities of the instrument with its folkloric origins and influences.

Mark Hussey

Marks compositions and arrangements have received critical acclaim fusing classical, fingerstyle and flamenco techniques. Inspired by the likes of Julian Bream, Paco de Lucia, Andres Segovia as well as more contemporary classical guitarists.