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Davide Giovanni Tomasi


Davide Giovanni Tomasi is considered one of the most promising soloists of his generation.

He is the winner of the second prize (first prize not assigned) in ARD International Music Competition in Munich, which is considered one of the most prestigious competitions in the world.

Furthermore, he has won more than twenty-five prizes in international competitions such as the first prize in Tokyo International Guitar Competition, the second prize at Guitar Masters 2016 (Wroclaw, Poland), the first prize in José Tomas International Guitar Competition in Petrer (Spain),  Gargnano International Guitar Competition and “Emilio Pujol” International Guitar Competition in Sassari, the first prize and audience prize in Viseu International Guitar Competition (Portugal), the first prize among all instruments at Premio Fondazione CRT in Ivrea, and finally the National Prize Of Arts awarded by the Italian Ministry of Education to the best musicians studying in Italy.

He was also awarded the ‘Revelation Of The Year’ Golden Guitar at the 22nd International Guitar Convention in Alessandria.

He has been invited to perform at prestigious venues, such as the Auditorium of Museo del Violino in Cremona, National Forum of Music in Wroclaw, Prinzregententheater in Munich, Teatro Coccia in Novara, the Aula Magna of University “La Sapienza” in Rome, Teatro Verdi in Sassari, the Institute of Italian Culture in Paris, Gosser Ehrbar Saal in Vienna, Hakuju Hall in Tokyo and many others.

He has been a D’Addario Artist since 2016.

Davide Giovanni Tomasi was born in 1991 in Pavia, Italy. He graduated cum laude from the conservatory in Novara with M° Guido Fichtner when he was only eighteen years old. Afterwards he was accepted to Chigiana Academy in Siena where he studied with M° Oscar Ghiglia and was awarded a Diploma Of Merit. At present he is attending masterclasses with M° Paolo Pegoraro and M° Adriano Del Sal at the Segovia Academy in Pordenone and a Master’s Degree course with M° Paolo Pegoraro at Kunst Universitaet Graz.

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