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Profile:Geoff Robb - The Music of Trees

Geoff Robb - The Music of Trees


Live Music / Gig / Guitar Music with Folklore

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Geoff Robb’s current show is called The Music of Trees and features original guitar music inspired by nature with tree stories and folklore. Geoff was the winner of the 2018 Brighton Fringe Live Music Award and his compositions blend his classical training and his love of Spanish and Celtic music He has performed to audiences all over the UK and beyond at venues including Buckingham Palace and Glastonbury Festival and performs on both steel string and nylon string guitars including a beautiful Maple guitar he built himself. “Very talented – makes the guitar sound like 2 guitars and a piano” BBC Southern Counties He has recently played concerts in Portugal and Mexico and is regularly chosen as support act for many top guitarists from across the world including Estas Tonne, Clive Carroll, Tony McManus and Eduardo Niebla. He studied classical guitar with Paul Gregory (winner of the International Segovia Prize) and also has a diploma in jazz. He has performed Vivaldi’s ‘Concerto for Lute in D’ with The Bath Concertina Orchestra but works mostly as a soloist, playing recitals at arts festivals and guitar festivals across the UK. “Geoff Robb – an outstanding guitarist. Every piece he played was impeccable and his innovative technique was of the highest standard.” The Argus

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