Adam Taylor is a guitarist, composer and teacher from Oxford.
In 2013 he was the recipient of the ‘Eric Kershaw memorial prize for plectrum guitar’, semi-finalist for the ‘Bucharest international jazz competition’ and winner of the Leeds College of Music ’606 club competition’.
Adam also won the ‘Performer of the year’ 2008/9 award and in 2009 the award for ‘excellence in music’ at the Cherwell school.
Notable past performances include:
Blue Note jazz club (Milan)
Royal college of music (London)
Leeds College of Music ‘The sound of success’ gala concert
The Odeon Theatre (Bucharest)
The ’606′ club (London)
Adam recently transcribed music for the Gil Evans estate.
“Thank you for your efforts…the results are truly special.”
Professor, Departments for Music and Ethnomusicology Director, UCLA Jazz Studies Program
What others have to say about Adam:
“Gifted and highly enthusiastic …His work is exemplary.”
Leeds College of Music tutor & professional jazz guitarist.
“A name to watch in the Leeds musical community.”
Artist in residence for Arts at Trinity, Course Leader for Flamenco Guitar Studies at Instituto Cervantes.