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Paul uses a hand-made Raimundo 106 concert classical guitar with a solid cedar top made by Victor M. Raimundo in Valencia, Spain c. 1985, and a handmade Alhambra 3C made in Alicante, Spain in 1989

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Supported by Create NSW State Government grants for fostering best practice classical guitar appreciation.

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Essentially, my service as a background classical guitarist is to heighten the level of quality and elegance customers feel in high quality venues: whether that be in aged care communities, at fundraisers and functions, or in the hospitality sector.

By presenting a carefully selected program of beautiful and emotive Australian, European, South American, Middle Eastern, and Asian pieces, I hope to become a niche part of your brand identity.

As a veteran performer, my aim is to leave a lasting impression on your community and your customers. That means, for the dining context, your regulars are enticed to relax and spend more, and new patrons will have even further reason to come back; and for aged care and corporate events, your community experiences the charming elegance of the contemporary classical guitar adding to the high quality perception of your corporate values.

Read on for more information showing the value of elegant and tasteful classical guitar music for your corporate event, your dining establishment, or your aged care facility.

Performing at Taren Point, January 2021