Highest rated classical guitarists in Washington DC 

Chris Dunn

A native of Maryland, United States, Christopher Dunn received his Bachelors of Music, Masters of Music and Graduate Performance Diploma from Peabody Conservatory. Mr. Dunn was a recipient of the Peabody Merit Award and Howard County Arts Scholarship during his studies with Julian Gray, Ray Chester and Manuel Barrueco at the conservatory. View Classical Guitarist Profile >>

Andrew McEvoy

Andrew McEvoy has been an active classical guitar performer for more than a decade, performing solos and chamber music on concert series and special events across the United States. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master’s Degree in Performance and Pedagogy from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University. View Classical Guitarist Profile >>

Troy King regularly performs concerts throughout the United States, Europe, and Latin America. He has been heard on the BBC and frequently on National Public Radio in both the United States and Spain.  Notable festival appearances have included guest artist recitals at the Interlochen Arts Festival (Michigan), the Charlton Kings International Guitar Festival (England), the Portland Guitar Festival (Oregon), and multiple appearances as guest artist/teacher/lecturer at the Summer Guitar Workshop (New Mexico).  View Classical Guitarist Profile >>

Solaire Trio Ensemble

In our first set of recordings, we present a typical evening with Ensemble Solaire. A 19th century Paris salon transforms itself into a tropical bacchanal before your very ears. Try some smoky RnB served ‘A La Manouche.’ Move to the sounds of a busy Buenos Aires street scene, then take some rest as the sun sets over the fields of Renaissance Tuscany.   View Solaire Ensemble Profile >>


Snehesh started learning North Indian classical music and the sitar at the age of four from his father, sitar virtuoso Pt. Sugato Nag, belonging to the sarod gharana of Senia Shahjahanpore. He also took lessons from Shri Pranab Naha during his early childhood. He was attached to the ITC Sangeet Research Academy (SRA) as a junior scholar from 2010 to 2015 under Guru Padma Bhushan Pandit Buddhadev Das Gupta; advanced lessons from Pt. Das Gupta continued until his passing. In addition to the style of the Senia Shahjahanpore gharana, he infuses the Imdadakhani gharana style, taught by his father, into his playing. View Washington DC Sitar >>

Michael Raitzyk 

Since 1985, Raitzyk has been active on the local music scene in a wide range of music genres. His band, Charm City Klezmer, has performed at the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Loudon County Music Festival & the Winery weekly Klezmer series in New York City. CCK released a CD in 1999 (Charm City Klezmer)& is on the compilation CD Live at the Winery on John Zorn’s Tzadek label. . View Washington DC Jazz Guitar >>

Kathrin Ukulele & Vocal - Acoustic Guitar & Vocal

Born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, Kathrin Murray started playing the ukulele as a young child.  She was part of an elite children’s performing group called the “Super Keiki’s” and performed throughout the state. As a teen she switched to classical guitar, and later received a Master’s Degree in guitar performance from the Peabody Conservator. View Washington DC Ukulele >>

Classical Pianist- Isaiah Shim

Demonstrating his prowess as both a classical pianist and conductor, Isaiah Shim has left his mark on stages across the United States and internationally in Australia, Italy, Korea, Mexico, Thailand, and the United Kingdom. He holds a deep passion for orchestral conducting and is currently under the mentorship of Marin Alsop at the Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University . View Washington DC Pianist >>