My name is Morgan Remaj I am classical guitarist originally from Perth Western Australia, currently based in Strasbourg, France. I have always taken the initiative to accelerate my learning by pursuing my study with the best teachers in Europe and the United States and am interested in giving back to the Western Australian community. If you are interested in some great tips that will take your playing to the next level meet me online today! All levels are welcome. Lessons available in French and English.
Born in Fremantle in 1996, Morgan Remaj began studies at the West Australian
Academy of Performing arts in 2014 with Dr. Jonathan Paget. Before completing his Bachelor of Music in 2018, Morgan was engaged as a pupil of world renowned guitar pedagogue Judicael Perroy at the Conservatoire Rayonnement de Aulnay-Sous-Bois during the 2016-2017 academic year followed by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music during 2017-2018. He also benefited from the tuition of guitar professors David Tanebaum, Richard Savino, Marc Teicholz and Lawerence Ferrara during his studies in the United States, in addition to Masterclass encounters with artists such as Marcin Dylla, Pablo Marquez and the Grigoryan Brothers. He has participated in multiple chamber music festivals in Western Australia, appearing as guest artist at the Black Wood River Chamber Music festival in 2014 alongside Anna Sleptsova, Anne Horton, Geoffrey Bourgault du Cordray, Sally Boud, Margaret Blades and Michael Goldschlager, and in the same year the Bridgetown-Manjimup up close and classical series. Morgan has appeared twice as a finalist in WAAPA’s Warana Concerto Competition during 2016 and 2018 and was a prize winner of the 2019 Melbourne International Guitar Competition. In August 2019 he played a concert series in Perth and Bridgetown for the Classical Guitar Society of W.A. and the Bridgetown Guitar festival. Morgan is currently completing his Master of Arts in Classical performance at the Hochschüle für Musik Basel and Historical performance practice at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis, under the artistic direction of Pablo Marquez and Peter Croton.