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Ricardo Brito (Guimarães International Guitar Festival)

Ricardo Brito graduated from the School of Applied Arts (Esart) under the direction of Miguel Carvalhinho. He is currently a private student of Pedro Rodrigues and is attending Master in Music Education at Esart. He started his musical studies by the hands of Gil Ferreira and Otília Sá. He studied at the Music Conservatory of…

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Carlotta Dalia (Zagreb Guitar Festival)

Carlotta Dalia was born in Grosseto (Italy) August 25th 1999. She began to study classical guitar at the age of 8 with Maestro Alessandro Nobili, then with Maestro Alessandro Benedettelli and Maestro Fabio Montomoli. Subsequently with Maestro Aniello Desiderio. At present she is a student of Maestro Frèdèric Zigante. She has already participated in major…

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Bianka Szalaty (International Guitar Festival Rust)

Repeatedly described as an ambitious, extremely talented artist with a very distinct personality, beautiful sound and impeccable technique, obviously belongs to the strict forefront of young Polish guitarists. Expression, musical sensitivity and maturity, as well as unusual diligence joined with consistency in tenacy of purpose, determines her great future potential. Born in 1994, in Wroclaw,…

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Nicola Montella

Italy Born in 1987, Nicola Montella has been studying classical guitar since he was eight, under Master G. M. Fontanella’s guidance. In 2005 he obtained his first-class school-leaving certificate. During the academic year 2008/2009, he obtained his first-class Second Level Experimental Academic Degree at the “Gesualdo da Venosa” Conservatory in Potenza – Italy, studying Musical…

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Vedran Vujica

Bosnia and Herzegovina Vedran Vujica was born in Zenica in 1993 (BiH), where he finished Elementary and Secondary Music School in the class of professor Lejla Ekinović and Igor Mijatović. He graduated in 2016 at the Music academy in Sarajevo in the class of professor Đani Šehu. During his studies, he participated in many national…

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Raphaël Feuillâtre

France Raphaël Feuillâtre is a young Paris-based virtuoso of  the classical guitar. Born in 1996, he started classical guitar lessons at the age of nine, first with Hacène Addadi at Cholet Conservatory and later with Michel Grizard in Nantes. In 2014, he iwas accepted to Paris National Superior Conservatory of Music and Dance (CNSMDP) into…

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Niklas Johansen

Denmark Niklas Johansen is a classical guitarist born in 1989 in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has recently received international acclaim after winning several international competitions. His prizes include: 1st prize in the 3rd International Guitar Competition in Pleven (Bulgaria) 2017 1st prize in the 6th International Guitar Competition in Berlin (Germany) 2016, 1st prize in the…

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Jesse Flowers

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Australia Currently based in Berlin, Jesse Flowers is developing a reputation as an exciting talent amongst the next generation of classical guitarists. He has been a prize-winner in multiple international music competitions, including the Deutscher Musikwettbewerb (German National Music Competition) in 2016. He won the first prize in the multi-instrumental Prinzessin Margaret von Hessen Competition…

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Giacomo Susani

Italy Giacomo Susani (Padua, Italy 1995) started playing the guitar at the age of 7 and eventually studied under the direction of Stefano Grondona in Italy where he graduated with the highest marks and honours in 2013. He is currently continuing his studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London, with Michael Lewin, where…

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Dominik Carević

Croatia Dominik Carević was born on February 3rd, 1998 in Zagreb, Croatia. He started playing the guitar at the age of 11 at Ivan Zajc Music School with professor Hrvoje Ton and immediately showed a distinct talent for music. He continued his education at Fortunat Pintarić Art School in Koprivnica with professor Antonio Rumenović where…

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