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Bor Zuljan, lutenist and guitar player

"Bor Zuljan (1987) is active in different musical genres and projects and searches for a synthesis of contemporary and early music, different world music traditions, jazz and improvisation. He plays guitars, different kinds of lutes, vihuela, oud, tar and other early and traditional plucked-strings instruments.”

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Jozef Van Wissem, lutenist

In 2013 van Wissem won the Cannes Soundtrack Award for best score at the Cannes Film Festival for Only Lovers Left Alive. Van Wissem has played live and recorded with Jim Jarmusch, Tilda Swinton and Zola Jesus.

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Peter Croton, lutenist

Award-winning lutenist and guitarist Peter Croton is an active performer & recording artist as soloist & accompanist. In the press he has been called a "lyric poet of the lute" and has been praised for his "breathtaking virtuosity" and "astonishing range of tone colors and dynamics.

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Richard Stone, lutenist

Lutenist Richard Stone has performed as soloist and accompanist worldwide. The New York Times called his playing “beautiful” and “lustrously melancholy,” while the Washington Post described it as having “the energy of a rock solo and the craft of a classical cadenza.”

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Michel Cardin, lutenist

His CDs get high praise (4 stars) in respected international magazines as Fanfare, Diapason, Le Monde de la Musique, Goldberg, etc. The prestigious British Early Music magazine begins its August 2009 extensive review of the Cardin/Weiss recording by “Discussions of Weiss recordings in recent issues of this journal made no mention of the most remarkable project of all, (by) the French-Canadian lutenist Michel Cardin”.

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Vinícius Perez, lutenist

His solo recording debut The Galant Lute results from his desire to make it possible for modern audiences to experience the charming, galant and colorful sound of the lute through an original and previously unheard repertoire.

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