On the 21st June Johannes Möller performed in Hamilton, Canada. He was invited for the 3rd time to the Hamilton International Guitar Festival to perform for a full house of enthusiasts. He departed from there to give two exclusive concerts in Sweden and Scotland. Together with guitarist Laura Fraticelli Johannes performed in his home village Björnlunda at the historical priest heritage. In Scotland Johannes was featured at the Classical Guitar Retreat (CGR) that takes place at the Scottish Island of Cumbrae. Classical Guitar Retreat is a yearly music school and festival for an exclusive way of learning and enjoying classical guitar culture. As part of the performance at the Island of Cumbrae Johannes Premiered his Nocturne No. 2 that is a commission from David Reason to his wife Alla.
On Sunday 20 April Johannes will be performing as a guitar duo together with Laura Fraticelli in the Nieuwe Kerk in The Hague. This is a part of the official program of the Dr Anton Philipszaal. Nieuwe Kerk was built in 1649 bu the architect Peter Noorwits, and is know for being the burial ground for the philosopher Spinoza. The program includes the guitar duets by J. K. Mertz as well as tango music from the 1920s. Johannes will also be playing a solo piece by the dutch 19th century composer K. A. Craeyvanger.