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Summary Episode 24:
Thomas Fellow is a musician with an almost inexhaustible supply of innovative energy. He is a first-rate acoustic guitarist, a stunning virtuoso, and is considered one of the best musical collaborators in the guitar world.
His name is associated with the development of the pioneering education program called the “Acoustic Guitar (concert music, world music, jazz, and pop)” at the “University of Music Dresden” (Germany). He’s the artistic director of the “European Guitar Award” and he is also known for authoring the comprehensive book entitled the “FELLOW GUITAR BOOK” – which focuses on the role of the guitar as an accompanying instrument.
35 years after his first full-length concert (at the age of 17) he has performed over 3000 concerts in more than 30 countries.
- Thomas’ Website https://www.thomasfellow.de/
Wow Adam, what a great interview with Thomas Fellow! His personality and his background came shining through. I would love to just have a conversation with him, and your Podcast is the next best thing. It’s the end of my day, I’m just chillin’ with a little food, a little drink, and this wonderful conversation. Perfection.
Graham Lawrence says
Tremendous multi-layered and wide-ranging interview, with a most admirable and likeable musician. Loved it, thanks. And I really like the eternally exploratory question about “if you could tap other musicians on the shoulder…” You never know what might come out of that.