The course will be dedicated to the study and improvement of the great concert repertoire.

The timetable of the course will be defined by the professor according to the composition of the class.

The organization reserves the right to make some scholarships available to the most deserving students upon request to the secretariat, to be assigned at the end of the course and at the discretion of the teachers.

Conditions for registration and fees

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Adriano Del Sal is one of the most significant young performers of the latest years.

The extraordinary musical talent and the profound artistic sensibility, as well as his total technical control of the instrument, make his performances really unforgettable… a real music virtuoso.

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 lessons at “F. Tarrega” Academy of Pordenone improving himself with Stefano Viola and Paolo Pegoraro. He attended masterclasses with important concert artists: David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, Stefano Grondona, Alberto Ponce, Angelo Gilardino and Carlo Marchione.

Adriano impressed the juries of important national and international contests winning 12 first prizes. After winning the International Competition “Julian Arcas” of Almeria (Spain), he recorded his first solo CD for the “Radio Nacional de Espana”. In 2009 he became the first prize winner of the historical Francisco Tárrega International Guitar Competition of Benicàssim, Spain.

In 2003 he received the award “La chitarra d’oro” at the international meeting of Alessandria for the best young concert artist of the year at international level. In 2004 he won the first prize at the prestigious international competition “Città di Alessandria”.

Currently he teaches at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and at the Guitar Academy Segovia in Pordenone.