Jeffrey McFadden is a Canadian classical guitarist, and a recording artist for Naxos Records. He is known for his critically acclaimed recordings of works by composers of the romantic era such as Fernando Sor and Napoleon Coste. His latest recording features the works of the Paraguayan guitarist–composer Agustin Barrios. He performs with American classical guitarist Andrew Zohn under the artist name Duo Spiritoso.
McFadden was born in 1963 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. He attended the University of Western Ontario, finishing first in his class in 1984. Later he attended the University of Toronto where he was an Eaton Graduate Fellow and studied under Norbert Kraft. He was a silver medalist in the 1992 Guitar Foundation of America competition. He is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Music at the University of Toronto. In 2010, Jeffrey McFadden became the first ever graduate of the Doctor of Musical Arts degree program at the University of Toronto. Jeffrey McFadden is currently the artistic director of the Guitar Society of Toronto.
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Guitar Recital (Naxos 8.553401)
Sor - Works for Solo Guitar Opp. 26–30 (Naxos 8.553451)
Sor - Works for Solo Guitar Opp. 46–51 (Naxos 8.553985)
Coste - Works for Solo Guitar (Naxos 8.554192)
Coste - 25 etudes, Op. 38 (Naxos 8.554354)
Riley and others - Music for Guitar and Flute (Naxos 8.559146)
Barrios - Guitar Music vol.3 (Naxos 8.557807)
Estudio inconcluso Tua imagem - vals Estilo uruguayo Arabescos Vals tropical Don Perez Freire Estudio vals Caazapa - Aire Popular Paraguayo Souvenir d'amitie - fantaisie - op 46 Pais de Abancio Le Calme - caprice - op 50 Drei Tentos: 2 Allegro rubato Alegro Sinfonico Tango no 2 A la bonne heure - op 51: No 4 Le Candeur - petite reverie Douze etudes - op 29: No 21 Lento Tango Ladeado Fabiniana Colletici intim: 1 La serenor Drei Tentos: 3 Cantabile Drei Tentos: 1 Tranquillamente Snow Dreams He's Gone Away Cancion Desierto No 3 in D minor: Prelude 25 Etudes - Op 38: No 6 in A Major: Andantino No 4 in D major: Andantino No 2 in C major: Scherzando No 1 in A minor: Allegretto Introduction and Allegretto 25 Etudes - Op 38: No 11 in G Major