Vincent Lindsey-Clark studied at the Royal College of Music and was the winner of the Lanchester International Guitar Competition at the age of 16. He gave his London debut at the Wigmore Hall and has since performed there and at other major London venues, including the Purcell Room and the Barbican Hall. He is a frequent visitor to the Edinburgh Festival and has broadcast on BBC Radios Two, Three and Four, Classic FM and on Radio Cornwall as well as appearing on TV. As a composer, Vincents works are regularly performed on radio and TV and used in films. He has written music for students which is used extensively by examination boards and teachers all over the world. Vincent teaches guitar at the Centre for Young Musicians in London and at Eton College.