Date: Fri 19 Aug
Name: Ross Morris
Style: Classical guitar
Cornish classical guitarist Ross Morris regularly performs as a soloist across the UK. He studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland with Professor Allan Neave after finishing his studies at Chetham's School of Music in Manchester, and is currently pursuing his MA there with the support of The Countess of Munster Musical Trust, The Radford Trust and the Universal Music Sound Foundation.
Ross has had masterclasses with many leading international names including John Mills, Andrea de Vitis, Pavel Steidl, Alvaro Pierri, David Russell and Paul Galbraith.
His programmes feature music ranging widely in styles and influences, from the early baroque to 21st-century works. Ross is a committed chamber musician, who performs regularly in the Orbis Duo alongside flautist Emilia Parr as well as with the Quartet Malamatina. He also appears with soprano Ines Mayhew-Begg and tenor James McIntyre as Live Music Now Artists.
As a chamber musician, Ross has worked alongside Scottish composer Eddie McGuire and performed with Glyndebourne Opera in their 2021 production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale.
Ross performs on a guitar made for him in 2018 by the English Luthier Michael Gee.