Nash, Shir : Shir Nash in London 2
Shir Nash is a talented, master guitarist. His interest in music began at age ten and has continued to grow for decades. His professional music career spans 28 years and his accomplishments continue to expand. Shir was educated in the Academy of Jerusalem under well known musicians; Egon Kerton and Stu Hacohan. He continued his musical studies at EMI in London, where he also performed. His repertoire includes performances with the Philharmonic Orchestra in London as well as personal solo guitar performances. Shir is not only a performer, but an accomplished composer and producer of his own work as well as other performers. He has co-produced a newly released CD, entitled "Picture Me", by the performer "Rebecca", which is also available on CD BABY. All of the musical arrangement, composition and production were done entirely by Shir, under NTS, his production company. He also instructs on many subjects, including composition, harmony, theory, vocal and guitar. He has authored and published musical instruction textbooks, including "Flow with the Guitar", volumes 1 & 2 and "Guitar Theory". In addition, Shir Nash writes, arranges and produces music for both the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) in London and for Israeli television programming. He also composes, arranges and records songs for the American Singer, Rebecca (www.rebeccajmusic.com) and the Israeli Singer, Shira Lev (www.myspace.com/shiralevmusic). Many of his songs have won awards from VH1, Paramount Group and Unisong International Song Contests. Shir has recently completed his CD 'East and West' with all his originally composed instrumentals. Other works include his 'Jazz and Rock', Shir Nash in London (1) and he's currently producing a Jazz CD, including original and newly arranged works. This newest CD, "Shir in London II", now available on CD BABY, is a second collection and continuation of his performances in London, of famous classic instrumental arrangements. The arrangements are authentic. And some include an added touch of rock.