Ayman Jarjour, Classical Guitarist

Ayman Jarjour, Classical Guitarist Biography CV Recordings Reviews Contact Details

Ayman has performed solo and with a wide variety of musicians in the Middle East, Far East, North America, Europe and Africa.

Graduation from Juilliard with Patrick Stewart who delivered the graduation address.

Photo below by Chelin Miller. Taken in Lancaster House, London

Repertoire

Ayman performs a wide range of the classical guitar repertoire, ranging from the traditional Spanish/Latin American, through Baroque and Classical, to contemporary music.  Some examples can be found in his CD, YouTube or Facebook

 

 
 
www.youtube.com
Live in Perth, Scotland. Guitar by Jean-Paul Haggar

 

Concert Dates

For details please email ayman@aymanjarjour.com or check

facebook.com/ayman.jarjour  

Future events: 

2018

22 April. Callander, Scotland (Callander Kirk at 3pm)

27 April. Beirut, Lebanon (AUB at 7pm)

29 April. Live interview on MTV Lebanon at 11:30am

30 April. Beirut Lebanon (Instituto Cervantes at 7:30pm)

19 May. Prague, Czech Republic

27 May. Dunblane, Scotland (Concierto de Aranjuez)

23 June. Edinburgh, Scotland

29 June. Sevenoaks, Kent, England

30 June, Burnham, Greater London. England

11 August. Edinburgh Festival Fringe (Stockbridge Church at 1pm)

8 September. Dunfermline, Scotland

22 September. Edinburgh, Scotland

November: USA tour. Dates TBC

 

Past events: 

2018

31 March. Edinburgh Scotland

18 March. Dunblane, Scotland (Dunblane Cathedral at 3pm)

12 March. Cairo, Egypt (St John's Church, Maadi at 6:30pm)

11 March. Cairo, Egypt (St Andrew's Church, Downtown at 7pm)

10 March. Alexandria, Egypt (Bibliotheca Alexandrina at 7pm) 

22 February. Kirkcaldy, Scotland (Old Kirk)

10 February. Valletta, Malta

4 February. Stirling, Scotland

13 January. Menstrie, Scotland 

2017 

11 November, Dunfermline, Scotland

28 October. Kinlichleven, Scotland 

28 October. Edinburgh, Scotland 

22 October. Hammana, Lebanon 

21 October, Beirut, Lebanon

16 October. Beirut, Lebanon

1 October. Mons, Belgium 

30 September. Brussels, Belgium

29 September. Edinburgh, Scotland

21 September. Edinburgh, Scotland

26 August. Edinburgh Fringe

25 August. Perth, Scotland

5 August. Edinburgh Fringe Festival

19 July. Manchester, England

1 July. London, England

30 June. Dundee, Scotland

28 June Glasgow, Scotland

27 June. Edinburgh, Scotland

24 June. Alloa, Scotland

22 June. Alloa, Scotland

20 June. Glasgow, Scotland

11 June. Milngavie, Scotland

1 June. London, England

28 May. Dunblane, Scotland

18 May. Edinburgh, Scotland

13 May. London, England

23 April, Muckhart, Scotland

12 April. Cairo, Egypt

4 March. Kippen, Scotland

3 March. Dunblane, Scotland

19 February. Comrie, Scotland

5 February. Stirling, Scotland

 

2016

19 November. Basel, Switzerland

13 October. Stirling, Scotland

1 October. Doune, Scotland

10 September. Burnham, England

4 September. Rannoch, Scotland

1 September. Stirling, Scotland

6 August, Edinburgh Fringe

5 June. Stirling, Scotland

26 May. Teddington, Greater London

30 April. Edinburgh, Scotland

19 March. London, England

24 February. Crieff, Scotland

11 February. Istanbul, Turkey

24 January. Kinross, Scotland

 

2015

12 December. London, England

21 October. Beirut, Lebanon

4 October. Dunblane, Scotland

13 August. Edinburgh Fringe, Scotland

11 August. Edinburgh Fringe, Scotland

11 June. London, England

28 April. London, England

2 April. Alexandria, Egypt

1 April. Cairo, Egypt

12 February. Valletta, Malta

 

2014

7 November: Bridge of Allan, Scotland

21 October: Edinburgh, Scotland

4 October: Brussels, Belgium

2 October: Edinburgh, Scotland

27 September: Maidenhead, England

20 September: London, England

13 September: Windermere, England

20 August. Edinburgh Fringe Festivel, Scotland

19 August. Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Scotland

1 June. Dollar, Scotland

4 May. Edinburgh, Scotland

9 February. Kinross, Scotland