Tom – Solo Guitarist

Solo Male Guitarist

Solo Male Guitarist

Originating from London, UK, Tom is rapidly gaining a reputation as one of the most exciting young musicians on the scene.

Over the past few years he has played some major stages including the 2012 Olympic Games, Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, The London Jazz Festival, The Royal Festival Hall and many more.

His solo guitar concerts have been described as “an awesome genre defying display of genre hopping virtuosity, spontaneity and humour”.

He has opened shows for the likes of Martin Taylor MBE, performed alongside the London Philharmonic Orchestra and for several years performed at Tommy Emmanuel’s annual guitar festival in the UK.

He has performed throughout Europe, the USA and Canada. He is the founder and conductor of the “Quiet Nights Orchestra” in London, and has recorded for film and TV.

Tom is ideal for Weddings, Parties, Corporate Events,Private Events & Festivals.

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Interlude

Repertoire List

(Please note,any music can be arranged on request)

Jazz and Latin

– The Girl From Ipanema

– Triste

– Stella By Starlight

– They Can’t Take That Away From Me

– I Got Rhythm

– I Wish I Knew (How It Would Feel to be Free)

– In A Sentimental Mood

– How High The Moon

– Have You Met Miss Jones

– Georgia On My Mind

– Four On Six

– Desafinado

– Don’t Get Around Much Anymore

– So What

– Nuages

– You Are The Sunshine of My Life

– Cheek To Cheek

– I Fall In Love Too Easily

– Satin Doll

– Fly Me To The Moon

– Autumn Leaves

– My Little Suede Shoes

– Wild Flower

Popular Song

– Bohemian Rhapsody

– Heard It Through The Grapevine

– Here Comes The Sun

– Hey Jude

– Your Song

– Stairway To Heaven

– I Say A Little Prayer

– Somewhere Over The Rainbow

Classical

– Lute Songs

– Sonatas

– Prelude, Fugue and Allegro

– 5 Preludes

– Sonata for Guitar

– Sonata No.1

– 12 Etudes

– Aquarelle

– Sevilla and Asturias

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