Shogo Kubo began playing classical guitar from the age of 10, studied under Mitsutoshi Tanaka, Armando Marrosu, Antonio Suero.
He Debuted in the Obihiro New Musicians Concert and became a resident performer at the Obihiro Takarajima for 5 years. Then traveled to Spain, joined the Emilio Pujure Institute of Music international music seminars.
After returning to Japan, has been instructing at Hokkaido Newspaper Cultural Center. Performances during that time include Obihiro Centennial Museum Concert, Chernobyl Charity Concert, H.I.C.O. Concerts and numerous other events.
Traveled to New Zealand, Australia and instructed guitar primary and intermediate local school students. Performances include a luncheon party for the Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark, The New Zealand/Japan Society, B.F.S. Galleria, and numerous other events.
Has immigrated to United States of America. Performed across the United States, in Canada, and the United Kingdom. Was selected as an official sanctioned musician for "Music Under New York" Performing Arts Program and Has been instructing at Florentine Music School. Performances include Broadway Concerts Direct at Merkin Concert Hall, Taste of Times Square, Grand Central Holiday fair, USA Tennis Open, and other numerous events.
Currently focusing on teaching and performing in the New York area.
CD Releases: "Cielo Abierto" and "Aranjuez"
Guitar: José Ramírez 1a - 1983