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Robin

Robin studied at the RSAMD and has been a professional guitarist for over twenty years. His repertoire ranges from Jazz standards to light pop and classical. Robin is the ideal compliment for your wedding or corporate event, enhancing the ambience and providing eloquent background music.

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Robin


Robin studied at the RSAMD and has been a professional guitarist for over twenty years. His repertoire ranges from Jazz standards to light pop and classical.

 With his extensive experience in performing at  wedding and corporate events blended with a magnetic combination of warm, expressive guitar , stylish presence and versatile musicality, Robin is bound to add a little magic to your event.
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What Our Clients Say About Robin read full testimonials

"Many thanks for playing at our reception. You added a beautiful ambiance to our daytime meal. Many of our guests remarked on how much they enjoyed the music and still allowed them to continue with a normal conversa...

Mr Mrs T Charles

“Robin added to the success of our event with super playing which all our guests enjoyed. Again a big thank you for your contribution to our big day”

Colin Day

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