Walt Bibinger

The international Association of Jazz Record Collectors described guitarist Walt Bibinger's playing as “...rooted in the traditions of Tal Farlow, Jim Hall, Wes Montgomery ,Johnny Smith, and Joe Pass, but with a sound and style all his own...”

He began playing the guitar at age 4, performing professionally at age 12, and began his private teaching career at age 16.

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”Bibinger is a musical alchemist who snares his listeners in a skein of gold- tinged music with it's own inner fire and passion.He plays with melodic intensity” Todd Dawson The Express Times

“Bibinger improvises with refreshing spirit and a feel for the daring, which is especially evident during the medley: “Wally's Waltz/Stilil Waters”.His playing takes off from the theme in full demonstration of ambitious ,creative play.His elegant touch produces music that flows along a natural course with an occasional spurt into white waters,...a pleasing event!” Frank Rubolino Cadence Magazine

“Walt Bibinger's tasteful single-note lines,chord and octave work, maintain a strong sense of melody and sensitivity that remind me of Wes Montgomery. Beautiful.” David Henry Jazz Guitar Online

“Walt Bibinger brought a jazz vibe to the River Stage, playing complicated riffs,creating a beat and a lead at the same time.Incredible!”

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Intermediate to advanced students

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