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Ian Watt - Evening Concert
Ian Watt - Evening Concert

Sun, 21 Jul


Cowal Kirk - St. John's

Ian Watt - Evening Concert

Scottish guitarist has been Described by Classical Guitar Magazine as ‘a guitarist of outstanding skill and originality’. Programme to be announced.

Time & Location

21 Jul 2024, 19:30

Cowal Kirk - St. John's , Argyll St, Dunoon PA22 3YE, UK

About the event

Described by Classical Guitar Magazine as ‘a guitarist of outstanding skill and originality’, Scottish guitarist Ian Watt has appeared throughout the world, giving solo recitals in the USA, China, South Korea, Brazil, Spain, Italy, Germany, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ukraine and Denmark. He has performed concertos with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, City of London Sinfonia and Scottish Philharmonic Orchestra and his playing has been broadcast on BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 3, BBC Radio Scotland, Classic FM, NDR Radio (Germany) and WSMC Radio (USA). Additionally, he has made three solo recordings for Nimbus Alliance and his playing has been described by the press as ‘sublime’ (BBC Music Magazine), ‘astoundingly atmospheric’ (The Herald) and ‘dazzlingly virtuosic’ (The Herald).

Noted for his ‘exceptional range of timbre’ (BBC Music Magazine), Watt’s international prizes include 1st prize at the Heinsberg International Guitar Competition (2011), Germany, 1st prize at the Westphalian Guitar Spring Competition (2010), Germany, 2nd prize at the Parkening International Guitar Competition (2009), USA (often described as the world’s most prestigious) and 2nd prize at the Vienna ‘Homage to Karl Scheit’ International Competition, 2010. In addition to performing, he is a committed teacher who has given masterclasses throughout the world and is at present a lecturer at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.


  • Adult Ticket

    Sale ends: 21 Jul, 19:30

    This ticket permits entry to the concert. Seats are unreserved. Children under 18 are free of charge when accompanied by a paying adult.




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