About Tim Higgins

Hi guys! I am a professional musician, guitar tutor, composer, recently qualified music therapist, workshop leader and writer from Durham, in the North East of England.

I have been performing, recording and teaching music for several years, including Europe-wide tours and festival appearances. My writing and playing has been used in stage productions and in CD & DVD releases. I continue to perform both as a solo guitarist and with various ensembles in the North East of England and beyond. 

My main teaching work has been with Sunderland University, Sunbeam’s Music Trust and the Sage Gateshead, where I devised & led a popular series of blues guitar masterclasses.

I also compose one-off commissions for specific projects, as well as various independent sound pieces and minimalist compositions. Some of these are available to listen to online. Visit my Vimeo page by clicking here.

This blog is an outlet for me to muse upon all things musical, as well as keep a log on my works-in-progress. This includes my first book, a printed collection of classical/contemporary ‘crossover’ pieces. This blog will also include a fair amount of gear chat too. If you’ve any guitars/amps/effects you’d like me to review, drop me a line!

In terms of recorded and performed works, there’s too many too mention here – keep an eye on my blog for updates as/when they happen…

If you wish to contact me regarding potential commissions, or to discuss a possible collaborative project, please get in touch via the form on the contact page.


5 thoughts on “About Tim Higgins

  1. tedgiffin

    I want to drop a note that I thoroughly enjoy Toward the Road. It has shades of Fripp, Eno, and Andy Summers. I do not mean to try to put you in that box, or a box. It is just beautiful.

  2. Ellie P.

    Hello Tim! Thanks for the like on my post – the Joe Bonamassa rendition of Bird on a Wire.
    You sound exactly like the Brit counterpart of a fellow I know here in Montreal… Craig Morrison. He is a performer and has a PhD (no less! :-D) in ethnomusicology (which apparently is such an obscure specialty, that this built-in spellchecker doesn’t recognize it as a bona fide word, haha), and also gives courses in the Blues, Beatles, all sorts of Rock and roots music and permutations thereof, just like you. So on the off-chance you’d like to meet your Canuck counterpart, his website is at http://craigmorrison.com/. Bye now!


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