Here’s a short playlist I’ve made for the last bit of work on a Friday evening. These are a few pieces I’ve been listening to lately. Some relaxing piano music and some electronic music too. I was really happy to see the new track on here from Sandunes recently. I’ve been a fan of her … Continue reading A summery Spotify playlist
The folks at No More Workhorse were lovely enough to have a listen to my new EP, released on the 29th April and review it for their site. Click on the image to have a read of it there. “really exquisite stuff…Chris Ledwidge is marking himself out as one to watch.”
In todays Irish Times Magazine I spoke in a piece by Arlene Harris about some plans for the year. I spoke about completing my BA in Music and how I’ll be releasing some of my composition work. Arlene also spoke to some other amazing people making changes in 2021. Rozanne Stevens moving home to South … Continue reading An Irish Times Mention
Here’s a short playlist of some music I’m liking at the moment.
Since March 2020 I have moved all of my lessons online by video call and we have seen a really seamless transition with this. It took a little getting used to but with good planning from both the tutor and student side it works very well. I haven’t taken on many new students in 2020 … Continue reading Covid19 – Where we’re at with music lessons now
Here’s an arrangement I did of Fix You by Coldplay for solo guitar. I recorded it as a reference for a couple of students who are studying this in their guitar lessons with me.
Loads of my students will find this series of videos really interesting. Guitarist Matt Sweeney interviews some very well known guitarists and asks them to show some of their ‘Guitar Moves’. They also talk about how each of them started to play the guitar. My favourites in the series are Episodes No. 3 (Josh Homme), No. 5 … Continue reading Guitar Moves