Our New Issue Features Roland Dyens, Manuel Molina, a Special Focus on Education, Prepared Guitar, Pakistan, and More!

The latest issue of Classical Guitar continues to explore the fascinating world of the classical guitar. The Fall 2015 issue is full of fantastic players, instruments, composers, history, and more.


Here’s what the Fall 2015 issue has in store for you:

French guitarist and composer Roland Dyens continues to make bold moves in his career.

Special Focus on guitar education, with articles about online learning resources, worldwide grade standards, and mastering a sight-reading exam.

Interviews with guitarists Bradley Colten, Ben Woods, and Christina Sandsengen.


Remembering flamenco great Manuel Molina; a look at composer Terry Riley’s works for guitar; Simon Thacker’s letter from Pakistan; and adventures in ‘prepared guitar.’

New discs by the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet, David Leisner, Arturo Parra, Duo Joncol, Juan Martin and Chaparro de Málaga.

Print reviews including new pieces by Janko Raseta, Guy Chapalain, Ernest Cordero, and Manuel Barrueco’s transcription of Bach’s “Chaconne.”

Plus new guitars and gear from Mérida and MusicNomad, live concert reviews, news, and so much more! Here’s the table of contents:


Copies will start showing up in mailboxes and on newsstands soon (current subscribers are also entitled to download a PDF version here). And you can buy single copies (in print and digital formats) on our online store.