In the latest episode of Scott Wolf’s podcast All Strings Considered Scott talks with the Eden-Stell Duo. In Scott’s words:

“London-based guitar duo, Eden-Stell stopped by my place in L.A. for a coffee and a chat during their last U.S. tour. Mark Eden and Chris Stell have been playing as a guitar duo for more than two decades and today have an impressive catalog of recordings encompassing a wide range of musical styles and time periods. They are frequently invited to give concerts and perform at festivals all over the world. They are the first guitarists since Julian Bream to receive Editor’s Choice in Gramophone magazine for their album “Follow The Star,” a lovely set of works composed by Stephen Dodgson.


While they were here we talked about their time studying with the Assad Brothers, about some of their newest projects, about their inspiring experiences with outreach, their particular take on playing duets, and lots more.

During the show you will hear an excerpt of Stephen Dodgson’s piece written specifically for Eden-Stell, his Concertino for Two Guitars and Strings “Les Dentelles,” as well as Sérgio Assad’s Baiao, works by Rameau and Couperin, and you’ll get a sneak peak at Johaness Moller’s new duet When Buds Are Breaking.”

You can listen to the podcast by clicking on the ‘Media’ menu (at the top of our site) and choosing ‘podcast’ or you can subscribe or listen on iTunes by clicking here.

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3 Responses to “All Strings Considered – Eden Stell Duo”

  1. tom says:

    Very enjoyable and informative. I can’t imagine these interviews being done better – congrats again to Scott Wolf.

  2. Tony says:

    What guitars are they playing?

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