Roland Chadwick made his début as a Classical Guitarist/Composer at the Sydney Opera House Broadwalk Theatre in 1988. Tours of Italy, England, Sweden, the USA and Mexico followed and he established his name as a powerful force internationally as a composer for the classical guitar.
In 1997 he settled in England and proceeded to record and perform with the likes of John Renbourn, Steve Vai, Barriemore Barlow (Jethro Tull), the English Chamber Orchestra, The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sir George Martin to name a few.
As a member of the Modern Guitar Trio he has composed a new and exciting repertoire for the Guitar Trio ensemble. As a solo Classical Guitarist he has continued to create dynamic and simply beautiful music for this wonderful instrument and as a performer, he continues to delight audiences wherever he travels.
Beautiful melodies, energetic rhythms and originality are the essential ingredients of the music of Roland Chadwick.
Listen to a podcast where Roland Chadwick talks about his life as musician and composer: