has performed in four continents in countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Peru,
Bolivia, Japan, France, Greece, Spain, Serbia, Bosnia, Poland, Mexico, throughout Turkey and the USA. Recent appearances
include his Carnegie Hall debut recital in New York, performances of Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez, a French Baroque
concert at the prestigious Istanbul Festival, and a recital at the Bašcaršijske Noci Festival in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
He has released two CDs on the Centaur label to international critical acclaim: French Baroque Music of Marais
includes his arrangements of Marais' gamba music, and Contemporary Music for Guitar
, which includes Nicky Hind's Crossings
His most recent CD, Desde el Alma - Tango Classics, was called "a masterpiece" by Argentine critics. Turkish born guitarist
Cem Duruöz won first prize in the Turkish National Guitar Competition at the age of seventeen. Subsequently he participated
in the master-classes of John Duarte, Oscar Ghiglia and Eliot Fisk in Europe, and later completed his graduate guitar
studies at The Juilliard Shool with Sharon Isbin. He is currently on the faculty of Wesleyan University in the USA.