Date: Thursday 29th June 2017 at 7.30pm
Where: The Temple Methodist Church

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Award-winning classical guitarist and composer Laura Snowden was handpicked by Julian Bream to give the Bream Trust concert at Wigmore Hall in 2015, including the world premiere of Julian Anderson’s Catalan Peasant with Guitar. She was featured on the front cover of Classical Guitar Magazine Fall 2016 with an in-depth article describing her as “linking guitar’s past, present and future”. Laura 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, and was invited by guitarist John Williams to perform at Shakepeare’s Globe with her folk ensemble Tir Eolas.

As a composer, Laura's song Live Free for the charity Voices for Hospices was performed at over 300 simultaneous concerts in 60 countries. First prize winner of the Volos International Guitar Composition Competition, her compositions have been performed at Wigmore Hall and in Italy, Sp
ain, Romania, Japan, and Hong Kong; recent commissions include the VIDA Guitar Quartet and the Park Lane Group with support from the RVW Trust. Laura is a Young Concert Artists (AYCA) winner of a Philip and Dorothy Green Award, sponsored by Making Music.
Laura Snowden
Guitar

J S Bach
Tárrega
Redondo

Villa Lobos
Laura Snowden

Rodrigo

Cello Suite No 3, in C major
Recuerdos de la Alhambra
Introduction and Caprice
Five Preludes

Anpao
Tres Piezas Españolas