Lewis Dunsmore graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2016 after studying under the tutelage of Professor Allan Neave. He has vast experience as both a classical and electric guitarist. As a classical guitarist he has performed in venues throughout Britain including at the Westbourne Chamber Music Series, as well as performances at significant festivals including the Big Guitar Weekend, Winchester Guitar Festival, World Youth Guitar Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Plug Festival and Glasgow Minimal festival where he played Steve Reich’s Electric Counterpoint in the presence of the composer. In 2012 he was selected to play the solo guitar part in the world premiere of Paul Mealor’s ‘I am the Gentle Light’ with the National Youth Choir of Scotland which included a short tour and a recording for the BBC. As an electric guitarist he has been involved in many projects including performing works by Steve Martland and Morten Feldman at the Byre Theatre in St. Andrews and the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall as part of the Glasgow Minimal festival, as well as performing with the Red Note Ensemble. As well as playing in the orchestra pit for many shows he has also been involved in numerous recording projects, most notably for Scottish Opera and BBC Television.