Canadian born UK based Jamie Moore is an exceptionally versatile guitarist, composer and seasoned performer. From classical and pop to improvisation and jazz standards, he is a thoroughly engaging artist with a vast repertoire.
Jamie's extensive professional experience includes: solo and ensemble concerts in small venues, five star hotel residencies, summer seasons, festivals, leading big bands in major theatres and concert halls, playing for productions in London's West End, recording solo and with other musicians, even acting on stage in musicals, television and film.
Over the years Jamie has developed a composing and playing style that combines the freedom of jazz and improvisation; the form and structure of a classical music education with the style and presence of a seasoned stage performer.
Major compositions include Concerto For Guitar And Chamber Orchestra; Wonder Woman (A One Act Song Cycle); Sonatina (violin and piano); Suite Canada (large scale work for big band); The Song Of Haiwatha (an oratorio) and many chamber and jazz pieces.
Jamie has a Bachelor Of Music Degree (Composition) from the Berklee College Of Music, Boston (instructors included Gary Burton, Herb Pomeroy, William Leavitt), a Masters Degree (Composition) from the University Of Alberta, Canada and has gone on to further postgraduate studies in Composition at the University Of Nottingham where his instructors included Nigel Osborne, Jim Fulkerson and Judith Weir.