Brisbane-based classical guitarist, composer and educator, Duncan Gardiner, has emerged as an innovative and creative musician with expertise in many fields.
Having released four studio albums, published a book of original compositions and toured internationally, Duncan has been described as “exceedingly talented” (Julian Day, ABC Classic FM) and as “an excellent ambassador for the classical guitar”. His playing has been described by audiences as “delicate, serene and magical”, while William Yeoman (The West), described his compositions as “extraordinarily attractive” and “a pleasure to listen to and a delight to play”.
He is currently completing a Master of Music Research at the Queensland Conservatorium (Griffith University). In 2006 he graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Music Performance from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, where he also received the Helen Court Scholarship and the Faculty Medal.