Paul Gregory studied guitar, ‘cello and composition at the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music. He gave his debut at the Purcell Room as a winner of the Park Lane Group Awards in 1976. He won the Segovia international competition in Spain in 1978. Since then Paul has played at all the major concert halls in London including concertos in the Barbican and recitals for BBC Radio 3 at the Wigmore Hall and directly from Broadcasting House. Paul Gregory is regularly invited to major festivals as far a field as Hong-Kong and the Americas. He held the post as ‘visiting professor’ at the Royal Academy in Dublin for five years. He has recorded for Meridian and Claudio Records and has a number of his compositions in print, including guitar pieces especially written for the Guildhall grade examinations. He has recently recorded 10 Popular Songs arranged by Chris Dumigan published by Lathkill Music Publications and a CD with violist Peter Sulski. Paul has just been appointed as Chief External Examiner to the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama.