Dear Reader, Welcome to my online home. First of all, let me tell you a little bit about myself and where I come from… I was born in the small town of Dunfermline, Scotland. Up until the 17th Century Dunfermline served as the Royal Capital of Scotland. Its name comes from the ancient Gaelic word Dùn meaning fortified hill. You can imagine the entire hill covered with grey brick medieval buildings entwined by the green landscape that characterises Scotland. Buildings that over the centuries were home to many Kings and Queens. Looking back to my hometown, I now realise how special a please it really is. However, I am always looking to create new music and meeting new people and discovering new places is the thing that inspires me the most in this World. I turned my goal with music is to inspire, educate and entertain others as much as the world gives these things to me. I truly believe that whatever you wish to do with your life is possible with hard work and thinking outside of the norm. I hope that you enjoy my work and that I can help you come up with that next exciting plan or idea through the inspiration that you give me.
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David MacGregor is a composer and guitarist of World Jazz. He was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, but nowadays the world is his new home and main source of inspiration. So far, he has performed solo concerts in Scotland, England, Northern Ireland, the Netherlands, France, Germany, the Czech Republic, the U.S.A and Mexico.

With a career spanning over 12 years as a professional performing musician, David has worked in partnership with worldwide figures such asAdam Rafferty, Funky fingerstyle guitarist; Alison Affleck, award winning Jazz vocalist; Marcus Bonfanti, Blues guitarist, “Tony Abaddon Bray”, Ex Venom drummer; Ahmed Dickinson Cárdenas, Cuban Classical Guitarist, Calum Mackie, Bombskare saxophonist and Si Hayden, Jazz Fusion Guitarist.

David is nowadays collaborating with other renowned musicians all over the world and teaching a limited number of pupils online, but at least once a year he goes back to Scotland to share his travelling experiences and new compositions with his homeland.