Rockabilly Instructors


Carl

Carl

Born in the UK, Carl graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in London with First class honours. His ‘sparkling technique and amiable musicality that radiates warmth’ (Gramophone) have delighted audiences around the world. Winner of the Julian Bream Prize and the Ivor Mairants Award (for jazz on the classical guitar), his performances in a wide variety of genres are evidence of his exceptional versatility. As a classical guitarist, he has performed concerti such as Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez with leading orchestras and was a member of TETRA guitar quartet. However, he has also appeared with jazz giants such as Tim Garland (Chick Corea & The Vigil) and played electric guitar …

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Hiroshi

Hiroshi

Hiroshi was born in Tokyo. He began learning the guitar when he was 13. Hiroshi moved to North Carolina, USA to begin his studies in classical guitar at Campbell University. After earning his BA in 2000, Hiroshi continued his classical guitar studies at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. He completed his Master’s degree in 2003. In 2004 Hiroshi went back to school to further his musical studies at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia and graduated in 2007 with a Doctorate degree in classical guitar performance. Hiroshi’s main style is classical guitar. However, he also performs and teaches other styles such as folk, rock and blues. Having taught at …

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Scott

Scott was born in Canada and began playing the guitar at the age of 14 inspired by his older brother. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Humber College one of Canada’s most acclaimed musical institutions. There he studied with Canada’s highly renowned guitarist Lorne Lofsky and played in numerous ensembles owing to his highly proficient level of sight reading. Upon graduation he was a busy freelance musician playing with the likes of The Temptations, The Platters, The Miracles and The Drifters to name a few. He has had the pleasure and honor of playing for audiences from 6 to 6000. Scott is thrilled to be living in Japan …

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