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Live the ultimate guitar experience!

IGF Guitar Summit is back at Kings Place for four days of concerts, workshops, lectures and masterclasses with the world’s greatest guitarists.

We also present the EuroStrings Guitar Competition, a super competition contested by the winners of 17 European international guitar competitions.

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Stanley Jordan

Jazz / IGF Guitar Summit

A rare London appearance by Stanley Jordan, one of the world’s most distinctive jazz guitarists. Tonight he demonstrates his innovative ‘touch technique’ and other incredible skills.

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Double Bill: Antonio Forcione and Jule Malischke

Contemporary / IGF Guitar Summit

An unmissable double bill featuring the exceptional acoustic guitarist Antonio Forcione as well as singer-songwriter and guitarist Jule Malischke.

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Jesse Flowers

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

Award-winning classical guitarist Jesse Flowers performs music by Alberto Ginastera, Philip Houghton, Manuel Ponce and more.

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Double Bill: Nigel North and Goran Krivokapic

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

A special double bill featuring guitar virtuoso Goran Krivokapic and the eminent Baroque lute player Nigel North.

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Double Bill: Marco Socías and VIDA Guitar Quartet

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

This double bill concert marks the London debut of the outstanding Spanish guitarist Marco Socías and features a performance by the dynamic VIDA Guitar Quartet.

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Final of the Second EuroStrings Guitar Competition

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

Come and hear the very best emerging guitarists in the world! This is the final of the EuroStrings Guitar Competition, one of the most prestigious and fiercest contested guitar competitions.

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Juan Martín

World / IGF Guitar Summit

An unmissable concert given by Juan Martín, ‘the leading flamenco guitarist of his generation’ (The Guardian).

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