Ned Moss – Guitar
Ned Moss is a 17 year old jazz/classical guitarist from North London studying at The Purcell School of Music. From the age of 4 he studied violin, going on to receive a place at the Purcell School at the age of 11. Ned made his debut at the Wigmore Hall on the viola, playing Schubert’s Trout Quintet. Ned continued to perform on violin at venues that include Queen Elizabeth’s hall. At the age of 13, Ned took up the guitar, which soon became his first study, going on to perform again in venues such as the Wigmore Hall and working with groups like NYGE and Stoke Newington Guitar Festival. He has also played in masterclasses with UK guitar legends like Craig Ogden and Graham Divine. Ned is now furthering his studies in classical and jazz guitar, looking forward to a future in jazz.
Ned joined the Delegates at the beginning of the 2015/16 school year. He can be seen performing on a Gibson ES-3352D.