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LINDSEY-CLARK, Vincent (United Kingdom)
Vincent Lindsey-Clark studied at the Centre for Young Musicians and the Royal College of Music in London and made his solo debut at the Wigmore Hall in 1983. He has performed there many times over the years and at other top London venues including The Purcell Room and The Barbican Hall.
During his career Vincent has made an important contribution to the repertoire of the guitar. He has written a wide range of music, from his extremely popular Simply Spanish, Latin and Swing series for the early player through to the most technically demanding works, such as Theo’s Brother and Tarantella Diabolica. Vincent is a leading figure in classical guitar education in the UK with his music being extensively used by all the Examination Boards. His pieces written as library music are regularly used for film and television all over the world. He has received many composing commissions including a work for ninety guitars called March on the Red Planet for a performance at a Gala concert held at the Royal Albert Hall in London. He has written works for international performers such as The Ogden Tanner Duo, the Dutch Guitar Duo, Duolisme, The English Guitar Quartet and the Paraguayan guitarist Berta Rojas. In April 2006 he gave the Premiere of his first concerto for guitar an Orchestra, Concerto Melodico. The large audience received it with rapturous applause. In 2009 he was commissioned to write the set works for the Beatty Guitar Competition in Washington DC. In 2010 he was invited to be the over seas guest performer and teacher at the Sydney Guitar Summer School in Australia.
For over 20 years he has been a member of the Segovia Trio with Roland Gallery and Alexander MacDonald, writing and arranging much of their repertoire and his work is featured on their four CDs. Recently they toured northern Venezuela playing a selection of this music. He is also a member of The Modern Guitar Trio. A group who perform their own music exclusively.
Since 1990 he has appeared many times as an on stage musician with The Royal Ballet at the Royal Opera House Covent Garden in Sir Kenneth McMillan’s Winter Dreams, a showcase for the great dancers Darcy Bussell and Irek Mukhamedov.
In November 2006, a number of the leading guitarists in Britain including Craig Ogden and The English Guitar Quartet put on a concert to celebrate Vincent’s 50th birthday performing a selection of his music for guitar in various combinations written over the last thirty years.
Vincent holds teaching posts at The University of Southampton, London’s Centre for Young Musicians and the UK’s most famous school, Eton College.
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