Monday, October 10, 2016

Adriano Del Sal - A Guest of Cremorne Point Manor This week!

We're so excited to have Adriano Del Sal stay at Cremorne Point Manor this week. More information about his achievements:

Adriano Del Sal is one of the most significant classical guitar performers of recent years. His extraordinary musical talent, profound artistic sensibility (as his total technical control of the instrument), makes his performances truly unforgettable. Here's what an audience member recently wrote about him:

"Some concerts are pure magical - when an artist can play with exquisite mastery of their instrument, enchanting their packed audience of music lovers and creating the most sublime music... Last night I was fortunate in attending the inaugural concert of the new Professor of Guitar in Vienna, Austria, Adriano Del Sal. I arrived an hour early and was lucky. The room got completely packed, excitement filling the air. And then: what a beautiful program! What an amazing concert! Two delicious encores! What a superb pleasure!! Thank you so much, Adriano."

Born in 1977, he began studying the guitar with Stefano Viola at the J.Tomadini Conservatory of Udine where he graduated in 1999 with Guido Fichtner. At the same time, he attended the Francisco. Tarrega Academy of Pordone, furthering his studies with Stefano Viola and Paolo Pegoraro. He attended master classes with prominent concert artists such as David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Stefano Grondona, Alberto Ponce, Angelo Gilardino and Carlo Marchione.

Adriano impressed the juries of important national & international contests, winning a total of 12 first prizes. Thanks to the winning of the international competition "Julian Arcas" of Almeria (Spain), he recorded his first solo CD for the Radio Nacional de Espana.

In 2003, he received the La Chitarra d'Oro recognition at the international meeting of Alessandria as Best Young Concert Artist of the Year, at the international level.

In 2004, he won first prize at the prestigious international competition Citta di Alessandria. Adriano is the winner of the historic Certemen F. Tarrega, Benicassim Spain (2009). His CD's are distributed by Naxos. Adriano has played at the most important international festivals in Italy, Germany, Mexico, Russia, Ukraine and Slovenia.

He is currently Professor, at the Universitat fur Musik und Darstellende Knust, Vienne, Austria.

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