Born in Mexico City, Sergio Bucheli started playing the classical guitar before moving to the UK to study at the Yehudi Menuhin School thanks to a bursary funded by the Rolling Stones. In September 2016, Sergio was awarded the ABRSM and Christopher Hogwood Scholarships to pursue his undergraduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM) with Elizabeth Kenny where he studied the lute, theorbo and baroque guitar. A sought after continuo player, Sergio plays and records with ensembles such as Harry Bicket’s English Concert and is also a “New Ensemblist” with Jonathan Cohen’s Arcangelo. Recent highlights include Wigmore Hall online concerts with Arcangelo and Peter Whelan’s Ensemble Marsyas featuring soloists such as Alina Ibragimova, Iestyn Davies, Carolyn Sampson and Louise Alder. Sergio is a keen chamber musician and has recently taken part in the 2020 West Wycombe Festival which was held online where Sergio played with Lawrence Power, Timothy Ridout and John Myerscough among others. Sergio is passionate about outreach performance and is the current Wigmore Hall/ Open Academy Fellow alongside his chamber music ensemble “Nobody’s Jig”.