‘ A poignant, mesmerising show….. held the Wigmore Hall rapt’ – The Guardian
‘Classical guitar’s new champion’ – Strings, Classical Music Magazine.
Award winning classical guitarist and composer Laura Snowden was handpicked by Julian Bream to give a Bream trust concert at Wigmore Hall, and was the first guitarist to graduate from the prestigious Yehudi Menuhin School, where guitar tuition was made possible by a donation from the Rolling Stones. As a composer, her compositions have been performed at Wigmore Hall and in Italy, Spain, Sweden, Japan and Hong Kong. Laura’s song ‘ Live Free’ for the charity, Voices for Hospices, was performed at over 300 simultaneous concerts in 60 countries, and her folk ensemble Tir Eolas was invited by guitarist John Williams to perform at Shakespeare’s Globe.
Kindly supported by Making Music’s Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Concert Artists scheme.
Time details are in the official Programme or Lanyard.