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Who We Are

David Conway, originally from South London in England, began his musical education at The Hollyfield School in Surbiton which is in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. From 1995 to 1998 he attended the London College of Music where he studied classical guitar with "...one of the great communicators of the guitar world"*, Carlos Bonell. Upon graduating, David continued in South London teaching, performing and studying, gaining an IMF teaching diploma as well as a guitar diploma from the London College of Music. Following this, he moved to Johannesburg, South Africa in 2005 where he currently resides with his wife, Angela, and children.

David regularly performs pieces from his recital programme which is balanced with songs from Baroque, Classical and Romantic eras as well as modern works including arrangements of recent pop songs on classical or electric guitar. However, new pieces and songs can also be learnt with advance notice.  Meetings can be arranged to discuss the order of the occasion with your personal requirements.

 

David also plays the piano and has taught privately and at various schools around London and Johannesburg. David would love to play some of his  pieces for you.  His wife Angela, also a pianist who teaches, accompanies instruments and voice on the piano.

Angela has been teaching the piano since 2001. In the past, she had worked in many different fields in London where she taught piano in a local school in addition to traveling to people’s homes, teaching privately as well as working as a piano accompanist for exams. 

Angela now teaches from her home studio in Randburg and as a private piano tutor at a community centre in Joburg (2006 to present). In addition, Angela works as a piano accompanist, playing alongside voice and other instruments for concerts.

Teaching Positions Held (Angela):

  • Dunraven School (Streatham, London)

  • Grayston Preparatory  (Sandown, Johannesburg, S Africa)

  • StageBright Musicians (Ernst Ullmann Centre, Sandton, Johannesburg, S Africa)

*Quote by Classical Guitar magazine