MANUEL DIEWALD CLASSICAL GUITARIST
"Nothing is more beautiful than a guitar, save perhaps two."
- Frederic Chopin
ABOUT MANUEL DIEWALD
Manuel Diewald has been involved in music since he was just 10 years old when he learned to play
saxophone in his school band. In high school, Manuel decided to play electric guitar until he began
to think more seriously about music as a career. With this thought in mind, Manuel decided to learn
the Classical style and build his knowledge in music theory as well as a broader understanding of music.
Currently, Manuel is studying a Bachelor of Music at the University of New South Wales where he
continues to learn more about music history, theory and take on an even more serious approach to
his technical abilities. Manuel is undertaking a Pedagogy Course to evolve his experience in his
Classical Guitar Lessons.
Manuel has over 5 years of teaching experience in a wide range of styles and ages. He continuously
seeks to learn about education for young musicians and has taken many Master classes with Guitarists
such as Denis Azabagic, Guiseppe Zangari, Vincent Lindsey-Clark, Omar Cyrulnik and is currently
studying under Raffael Agostino.
Manuel is currently with the University of New South Wales Guitar Ensemble and the Classical
Guitar Society of Sydney Ensemble and Orchestra (CGS).
Bachelor of Music at UNSW
A.Mus.A, Associate in Music Performance in the Subject of Classical Guitar
Certificate V in the Subject of Musicianship
Solo, Ensemble, Guitar Quartet, and Guitar and Flute Duo performance experiences
Teaching experience for over 5 years
Manuel Diewald Plays a Tony Morison Guitar