Dale Kavanagh is one of the most prominent classical guitarists of her generation. As a soloist and a member of the acclaimed Amadeus Guitar Duo she has performed all over the world and is the dedicatee of numerous compositions. Domeniconi's 'Variations' are based on a famous Anatolian folk song, while the highly original language of Britten's evocative 'Nocturnal' has it's starting point in a song by John Dowland. Cooperman's Walking on Water was inspired by Peter Sellers' last film 'Being There,' and Ponce's 'Folia de Espana' is often considered one of the most magnificent guitar pieces ever written. Between 1986 and 1988 Canadian-born Dale Kavanagh was a top prizewinner in Spain's Segovia Competition, Italy's Gargnano Competition, Switzerland's Neuchatel Competition, and first and special prizewinner in Finland's Scandinavian International Guitar Competition. She performs internationally as a soloist and in the Amadeus Guitar Duo with German guitarist Thomas Kirchhoff and has given recitals in more than 70 countries.