The melodies Thomas Evdokimoff produced from his guitar reminded me that meticulous practice and dedication is the only way to make art seem effortless.
Thomas Evdokimoff is a classical guitarist based in beautiful Vancouver, Canada. He studied guitar with Robert Hamilton at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto Canada, and with Michael Strutt and Alan Rinehart in Vancouver.
He has performed in numerous master classes for prominent musicians including guitarists David Tannenbaum and David Starobin lutenists Nigel North and Paul O'Dette, baroque violinist Jaap Schroeder, and harpsichordist Albert Fuller.
He has taught at the Vancouver Academy of Music, and been a part of several arts organizations in Vancouver including: the period instrument group The Burney Ensemble, new music group Standing Wave, Kuroshio flute and guitar duo , and Vancouver flute & guitar duo.
Thomas holds a Master of Arts in music theory from the University of British Columbia (1997). He is currently on faculty at the Arbutus Music Academy where he teaches music theory & history, and guitar. He also writes about music and composes.