|William Beuche is a gifted classical guitarist with a uniquely sensitive approach to the instrument and a diverse repertoire spanning a wide range of musical styles. William is also an accomplished composer and arranger with a large body of work for film and the concert stage. He currently resides in Los Angeles where he spends his time composing, performing and teaching guitar lessons.
William Beuche initially began his study of music in his teenage years when he focused primarily on folk guitar, rock guitar, and blues guitar genres. He began his formal study of music at Foothill College in Los Altos, California where he studied classical guitar, music appreciation, theory, and composition. After studying at the Foothill Music Department for from 1999 until 2002, William transfered to the University of California at Santa Cruz to continue his studies.
During his time at UC Santa Cruz, William studied classical guitar with William Coulter, jazz improvisation with Ray Brown and North Indian music with Maestro Ali Akbar Khan. He performed in the UCSC Early Music Consort, Contemporary Music Ensemble and Balinese Gamelan Ensemble. William earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in music in April of 2005. Currently, he studies the classical guitar with Emre Sabuncuoglu. William teaches guitar lessons in Los Angeles and surrounding communities.