Telephone: +46 (0)70 208 60 60
Address: Malmahus, Landsvägsgatan 3, 642 60 Malmköping. Sweden.
Falk’s Guitars was founded by Swedish classical guitarist Mårten Falk in January 2019. The idea is to offer selected and tested guitars of high quality to classical guitarists of all levels.
The main focus is love of music and the guitar and a great respect for the craftmanship of the guitar makers. We want to help guitarists to find his or her perfect instrument and the customer should feel safe that all instruments are carefully controlled. All student guitars has an open purchase.
The shop is located in Malmköping, Sörmland, Sweden. The shop is open by appointment; write a mail or phone to book a visit. The shop and an adjoining concert hall will also be used for inspiring guitar activities such as concerts and masterclasses.
About founder Mårten Falk:
Mårten Falk is one of Scandinavia’s most succesful guitarists. He has toured Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Germany, Holland, France, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Austria, England, Ukraine, Russia, Japan, Peru, Chile, Argentine, USA and Canada.
Many composers have dedicated their guitar pieces to Mårten Falk and he has given more than 120 world premieres of music by composers from four continents.
Mårten Falk has performed in radio in many different countries and he has taught master classes around the world.
In 2015, Swedish National Radio broadcast a series of eight hours of Mårten’s playing of music from 1507-2015 on lute, vihuela, baroque guitar, romantic guitar, Russian guitar, modern guitars and electrified guitar.
Mårten Falk has released more than ten discs.
He performs on many different plucked instruments such as vihuela, lute, baroque guitar, Russian 7-string guitar and traditional Spanish guitar.
Mårten Falk has written a series of guitar method books, the first two: Gitarrmästaren 1 and Gitarrmästaren 2 are published by Gehrmanns in Sweden.
Studies: Mårten Falk studied guitar in Sweden with Christer Hellqvist and Gunnar Lif and in Paris, at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris/Alfred Cortot, with Alberto Ponce. He also studied with José Tomás during three summers. Falk studied composition with prof. Sven-David Sandström.
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