The Federation of Guitar Societies was formed to raise the profile of the guitar, and in particular stimulate interest amongst younger people. The current means to this end is by forming a network of existing societies to offer mutual support in the interest of promoting the classical guitar and related instruments, and providing a source of help and advice to enthusiasts.
Details on the society, it's meetings, concert programme for the present year, local guitar events, as well current and past newsletters.
Previously Cambridge Classical Guitar Society, Cambridge (UK) Guitar Club is for everybody who enjoys guitar music, and for local classical, acoustic and flamenco guitarists who like to perform for the audience.
The focal point for the Society has always been to promote interest in the guitar and other fretted instruments ( i.e. banjo, bouzouki, dulcimer, lute,mandolin and sitar), although the guitar has been combined with flute,piano, recorder, violin and voice.
Meets first and third Fridays of the month (except August) to perform music for 4-8 guitars at Millfield House, Edmonton, London, UK.
Guitar society based in Middlesex, England. The site has details of weekly session dates, society activities and details of local teachers in the Middlesex area.
The UK's oldest guitar circle (formed in 1946) with information about the present concert series, links to other guitar resources on the internet, and general information about the circle and its venue.
This site has information on the societies history, forthcoming meetings and how to join with a useful map for first time visiters. There's also a round up of guitar news and local events, as well as recommended suppliers and local teachers, plus of course a links page.
Popular guitar club based in Bognor Regis, England. The site features information on the club, details of club events during the current season, profiles of performers past, present and future as well as current news, reviews and links to other sites.
Has been building classical guitars since 1999, first at Merton College in London and later was lucky enough to attend the Romanillos course in Siguenza, Spain. Uses traditional woods and methods, aiming to produce light, resonant and responsive instruments.