THE WASHINGTON POST, Concert Review:

“Remember the name Rupert Boyd. While there may never be another classical guitarist like Segovia, this young Australian left his Marlow Guitar Series audience with the impression that someday there may not be the likes of him again, either.” 

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SOUNDBOARD MAGAZINE, CD Review:

“Boyd’s playing is beautifully refined, with gorgeous tone... musically and technically flawless... the album is first-rate... [the Granados] is one of the best recorded performances of this work on guitar.”

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CLASSICAL GUITAR MAGAZINE, CD Review:

“The performances that Boyd gives here are first-rate. Witness the drama of the opening Piazzolla or the mystery of bygone ages as evidenced by the Sculthorpe. Even the Bach is one of the best of its kind... Altogether this is a fine CD from a player who deserves to be heard.”

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MARLOW GUITAR SERIES BLOG, Concert Review:

“So, we find ourselves with Rupert playing an impressive program and charming the socks off the audience... The audience was hooked on his great warmth and charm, technique and gentle musicality.  The standing ovation and bravos filled the hall.”

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CLASSICAL GUITAR MAGAZINE, Carnegie Hall Debut Review:

“‘We’re thrilled to present such exceptional talent in NY for their Carnegie Hall debut,’ says Suzanne D’Addario-Brouder, executive director of the D’Addario Foundation. ‘Rupert Boyd and Eduardo Minozzi-Costa were the perfect pair to kick off our second season. Rupert bough such finesse to the stage.”


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THE NEW YORK TIMES, Concert Review:

“Mr. Boyd played jazzy licks while also serving as a prop and, with Mr. Blier, a backing singer.”

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CLASSICAL GUITAR MAGAZINE, Concert Review:

“Australian guitarist Rupert Boyd recently won the Eisenberg-Fried Concerto Competition at the Manhattan School of Music, which lead to a performance of Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez with the Manhattan School of Music Chamber Symphony... His performance was greeted with four standing ovations.”

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CLASSICAL GUITAR MAGAZINE, CD Review:

“The Australian Guitar Duo has got it all: perfect synchronisation, beautiful phrasing and tone, and charismatic good looks... The whole disc is wonderfully entertaining.”

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SOUNDBOARD MAGAZINE, CD Review:

“They are technical masters who also possess beautiful tone at all volume levels, and a wonderfully refined collective musical sense... magical use of tone color... Very impressive.”

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THE CANBERRA TIMES, Concert Review:


“La Vida Breve by Manuel de Falla was a particularly fine example of the players’ ensemble skills and benefited from Boyd’s lovely rich tone in his mid-range of his instrument.”

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THE NEWPORT MERCURY, Newspaper Article:


“Boyd meets world”

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THE CANBERRA TIMES, Newspaper Article:

“New York to home with strings”


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