“With great regret, that the English classical guitarist and lutenist, commander of the order of the British Empire, Julian bream, born in 1933, died peacefully in his sleep at his home today, August 14,” – quoted by TASS statement.

His first recital brim played in 13 years. With a guitar, he was introduced to a father who played the piano and improvised electric guitar for jazz. Thanks to his talent brim at the age of 15 he received a scholarship and entered the Royal College of music on guitar and cello.

the Lute appeared in his life almost by accident – he bought it from a passerby of a sailor and so has mastered this instrument that has become one of the leading performers on the lute in the world. Also, the brim was recognized as one of the greatest guitarists of the twentieth century. He collaborated with the orchestra by the Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, composers Benjamin Britten, Malcolm Arnold, Torah Takemitsu, William Walton, Lennox Berkeley and many others.

brim twenty times was nominated for a Grammy music award, but won the award only four times (1964, 1967, 1972, 1973). Their last concert brim gave in 2002.