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Chiara Corriero

Chiara Corriero

Chiara Corriero was born in Bari, Italy in 2001, and began studying guitar under the guidance of her father Luca Corriero and later with Lorenzo Testini. From an early age she has participated and distinguished herself in numerous national and international competitions such as those at Barletta, Mola di Bari, Santeramo, Trani, San Vito dei…

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Maja Kralj (Uppsala Festival)

Maja Kralj

Maja Kralj was born on the 1st of May 1999. She started playing guitar at the age of seven at the Music school Sežana. Her teacher at that time was Nataša Črnugelj. After finishing eight years of elementary music school in September 2014, he continued her education at the Conservatory for music and Ballet in…

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Gianluca Cappetta (Mottola Guitar Festival)

Gianluca Cappetta began the study of classical guitar in early age under the guidance of Maestro Luciano Tortorelli. He has taken part in masteclasses with some of the most important musicians, among which: Leo Brouwer, Carlo Marchione, Göran Söllscher, Paul Galbraith, Álvaro Pierri, Angelo Gilardino, Ernesto Tamayo, Frédéric Zigante, Aniello Desiderio, Marcin, Dylla, Antigoni Goni,…

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Nino D’Amico (Harmonia Cordis International Guitar Festival)

Nino D’Amico, began studying classical guitar at the age of 12 with his father. In 2013 he enrolled to the San Pietro A Majella Conservatory in Naples (2013), where he became part of the class of Maestro Vincenzo Amabile. In 2019 he obtained the First Level Academic Diploma with honors. He attended the course of…

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Finlay Hay (Twents Guitar Festival)

Finlay Hay is a seventeen-year-old Scottish classical guitarist studying at the Menuhin School under prof. Richard Wright. Since starting the guitar at the age of nine, he has been a frequent solo and chamber performer, playing in the fringe, and across Scotland, England and Spain. A winner of the Edinburgh Music Competition, he has played…

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Milica Ristić (International Guitar Festival José Tomas Villa de Petrer)

Milica Ristić was born in Belgrade in 2001. She started her primary music education when she was 7 years old in class of prof. Milica Stepanoski in Music School ‘Nevena Popovic’ whereas she continued her secondary education with prof. Milkica Ponjavić, in Music School ‘Dr Vojislav Vučković’ in Belgrade. During her 10 year education, participating…

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Sotiris Athanasiou (Montenegro International Guitar Competition)

Sotiris Athanasiou, currently a student at the Superior Conservatory of Paris, is a musician born in Thessaloniki, Greece in 1996. He started the classical guitar at 3 years old, with his father as his first tutor and his guide throughout his journey until recently. He would then go on to study in the class of…

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Tamás Kőrös (Tampere Guitar Festival)

Tamás Kőrös was born in 1996 in Hungary. He started to learn classical guitar when he was 15 years old. When he was 18, he decided, that the rest of his life will be about the classical guitar. He studied guitar with Dr. Andrea Bozóki in the Szeged Music Secondary School. After that, in the…

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Miloš Vuković (Sarajevo International Guitar Festival)

Miloš Vuković is a Serbian classical guitarist born in 1996 in Smederevska Palanka (Serbia). He graduated from the music high school Vojislav Vuckovic in Belgrade in the class of Prof. Milkica Ponjavić as one of the best students of the generation. He is currently a student at the Faculty of Arts in Nis, in the…

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Ema Kapor (Tallinn Guitar Festival)

Ema Kapor was born in 1998 in Belgrade (Serbia). She graduated from primary music school and music high school “Stanković” in the class of Professor Boris Đujić. After that, she completed two years of studies at the Koblenz International Guitar Academy (Germany) in the class of Professor Hubert Käppel. Currently, she is studying at the Cologne…

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