Adam Khan

Adam Kahn

The English classical guitarist Adam Khan began to play the guitar at the age of 12. After his first recital 3 years later he was hailed by the press as “One of Britain’s most promising young musicians”. He studied with Raymond Burley, Roberto Aussel and with the composers John W. Duarte and Leo Brouwer. 

Adam Khan has been a prize winner and finalist in several international guitar competitions including 2nd Prize at the “Citta de Cortemilia “  competition in Turin (Italy), The “Brescianello “ prize at Savona (Italy) and finalist at the “Simoni Salmasso” competition in Pisa (Italy). In 1997 he was selected for the final stage of the “Stotsenberg” guitar competition in Malibu, Los Angeles, and at the Bucharest international guitar festival in Romania.

He has given recitals and master classes at leading venues and festivals through out the world.
Adam has worked on many diverse musical projects including collaborations with Nafees Ahmet (sitar), Sara Egan (mezzo-soprano), Julian Rowlands (bandoneon), The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Jeremy Little (percussion), The Allegri string quartet, Michael Bochmann (violin), Harrow Symphony orchestra, Flor Vega (flute), The Opera Babes, Chrome, Leslie Garrett, Mr Who, Drum and Bass artist Matrix and in duo with Argentine Guitarist Luis Orias Diz (Welsh-Argentine guitar duo). 

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Adam Khan plays a classical concert guitar type Merula with spruce top made by Bert Kwakkel in 2002.

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