Classical guitarist Charles Ewing became the Artistic Director of the Boston Classical Guitar Society in April 2019 following a three-year tenure as the society’s Membership Director. Active as a soloist and chamber musician, Charles has performed in several notable venues including NEC’s Jordan Hall and the Museum of Fine Arts. His musical studies began at the All Newton Music School and continued at Tufts University where he double-majored in music and economics and graduated magna cum laude. In May 2019 he completed his master’s degree in classical guitar performance, graduating with honors from the New England Conservatory of Music. Charles is the recipient of several scholarships and awards and has studied privately with some of the greatest guitarists in the world. His esteemed teachers include Eliot Fisk, Jérôme Mouffe, Daniel Acsadi, David Patterson, and John Muratore, and he has performed in the masterclasses of David Leisner, Grisha Goryachev, Roland Dyens, and many others. Through his performances, teaching, and artistic directorship, Charles shares his love of the classical guitar with new audiences, honoring the rich traditions of the past and shaping the promising future of Boston’s music scene.