Peter Lynch has achieved recognition both as performer and teacher. His many broadcasts for ABC radio have been well received. He is also the director of the Melbourne International Guitar Festival.
Peter Lynch studied the guitar from an early age, his teachers including Bernard Stahl, Susan Ellis and, at the Canberra School of Music, Sadie Bishop. After graduating in 1974, he continued his studies in London with noted personalities John Mills, John Duarte and Julian Byzantine.
Since returning to Australia in 1976, Peter Lynch has achieved recognition both as performer and teacher. His many broadcasts for ABC radio have been well received, while two previous recordings for this label have been acclaimed at international level. A lecturer in guitar at the Victorian College of the Arts, he has published and recorded several widely used volumes of music from the student repertoire, while as recently as 1989, he was one of a select number of adjudicators for the National Music Competition in Singapore. He is the director of the Melbourne International Guitar Festival.
Peter Lynch is featured on the following titles
Prudence Davis, Jeffrey Crellin and Peter Lynch. Beautiful French trios, duets, and solo works for oboe, flute and guitar including Fauré's Pavane, Ravel's Pavane, Debussy's Reverie and Syrinx and traditional folk song arrangements.
Peter Lynch (guitar) and David Bloom (flute) play a suite and sonata by Bach, plus Mauro Giuliani's Grand Sonata in A Major.
Margaret Lynch, soprano, and Peter Lynch, guitar, perform works from the 16th to the 20th century. It was recorded in the natural acoustic of the Great Hall at Montsalvat in Eltham, Victoria, Australia.