Artistic Director: M° Roberto Tascini

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July the month of the guitar!

All the concerts are free entrance...


1 July - Monday


Musica Spagnola del Secolo XIX e XX

"Un chitarrista ma quattro chitarre - 2 chitarre romantiche e 2 del secolo XX"

Music by Sor, Aguado, Tarrega, de Falla

Torre di Palme (FM) - Chiesa di S. Agostino - 21.30

2July - Tuesday


Tolochkova Ekaterina - Guitar

Babkina Julia - Guitar

Zatonskaya Ekaterina  - Guitar       

music by russian tradition

Matelica (MC) - Museo Piersanti - 19.00


3July - Wensday


Polona Udovič Furlan - voice, Timi Krajnc - guitar

Vojko Vešligaj - guitar,  Mitja Režman - bass guitar 

music from the Portuguese fado tradition

Porto San Giorgio (FM) - P.zza Matteotti - 21.30

4July - Thursday


music by J.S.Bach, J.Turina, M. de Falla

MonteUrano (FM) - Chiesa di S. Rocco - 21.30

6July - Saturday


Polona Udovič Furlan - voice, Timi Krajnc - guitar

Vojko Vešligaj - guitar,  Mitja Režman - bass guitar 

music from the Portuguese fado tradition

S. Eplidio a Mare (FM) - P.zza Matteotti - 21.30

8July - Monday


Polona Udovič Furlan - voice, Timi Krajnc - guitar

Vojko Vešligaj - guitar,  Mitja Režman - bass guitar 

music from the Portuguese fado tradition

Torre di Palme (FM) - Largo Milone - 21.30

15July - Monday

GRAN DUO CONCERTANTE (ITALY) Guitar and Fortepiano

Alessandro Nobili - Guitar

Maria Stefano Tonda - Fortepiano

"Salotto Rossini"- Music by G.Rossini, F.Carulli, M.Carcassi

Torre di Palme (FM) - Chiesa di S.Agostino- 21.30

22July - Monday


"XX Century guitar"

Music by M.Castelnuovo-Tedesco, J.Turina, D.Bogdanovic

Torre di Palme (FM) - Largo Milone - 21.30

23July - Tuesday


Marco di Domenico - Flute

Roberto Tascini - Guitar

music by M.Castelnuovo-Tedesco, J.Ibert e A.Piazzolla

Porto San Giorgio (FM) - Rocca Tiepolo - 21.30

* in case of bad weather the concert will be in Chiesa di S.Agostino - Torre di palme (FM)

** in case of bad weather the concert will be in Chiesa del Rosario - Porto S.Giorgio (FM)


22August- Thursday


Concerto Memorial Leonardo Mascagna

S.Ginesio (FM) - Complesso monumentale dei Santi Tommaso e Barnaba.  21.00


Sasha Dejanovic (Croatia)

Saša Dejanović - born in Banja Luka (Bosnia-Herzegovina) in 1965 Dedicated to classic guitar from early childhood, he enters Music school in his home town in 1974. His education continues at High School of Music of Sarajevo and Zagreb with professor Istvan Römer, were after his studies of guitar at the Academy of Music in Zagreb, in class of professor Darko Petrinjak. After winning a number of important competitions before the age of nineteen in 1986 he receives scholarship from the Fund for young musicians under Concert Direction Zagreb, funded upon initiative of Ivo Pogorelich, and specialized at the “Academia Internazionale Superiore di Musica” in Italy, with professor Angelo Gilardino. He fi nishes his studies at the “Royal College of Music” in London. Participating at numerous festivals and workshops of classical guitar in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Greece, Hungary and Germany. he works with professors such as David Russel, Hubert Käppel, Neil Smith, Roberto Aussel, and Wolfgang Lendle. He performed in many leading concert halls. Apart of various CD’s he recorded for German, Austrian, Spanish and Croatian networks. One of his latest performances as a soloist was fi rst integral version of the Concerto Op.30 for guitar and orchestra by M. Giuliani accompanied by the chamber ensemble of Zagreb Philharmony, at Teatro Monumental (Madrid) in front of Spanish TV cameras. His last Compact Disc appeared in Cologne (Germany) with the transcriptions for guitar of the complete works for lute by Johann Sebastian Bach. Currently he lives and works in

Vrsar (Croatia), where he organizes Interntional Guitar Festival „GitarISTRA - The Sea  & Guitars”.

Trio DIVA (Russia)

Tolochkova Ekaterina - Guitar

Babkina Julia - Guitar

Zatonskaya Ekaterina  - Guitar

The Diva Guitar Trio has represented Russian music since 2017. The trio is the winner of many international competitions and is a member of professional festivals, regularly takes part in concert programs at significant venues in Russia, Belarus and Germany.

The trio includes performers with a bright personality and extraordinary charm. Their stage performance is distinguished by the colorful musical interpretation and shrill performance.

The musical program, which represents the trio "Diva", includes many bright and unusual arrangements of folk Russian music and music of Russian composers. This music has always been distinguished by special sincerity and touching, but it is also full of modern and jazz intonations

Dmytro Omelchak (Ukraine)

is an international outstanding Ukrainian guitar player, born in a small town of
Shchastya in the east of Ukraine, where he got his first guitar lesson at the age of
eight. In the course of getting his education in Ukraine at Luhansk Music College and at
I.P. Kotlyarevsky Kharkiv National University of Arts, he could improve his play under
the influence of such teachers like Mykhail Tushchenko and Yurii Fomin. Being a DAAD scholarship holder (Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst –
German Academic Exchange Service), he continued his studies in Germany at Münster
Music School with Prof. Reinbert Evers. Since 2015, Dmytro has been completing
his course of learning with Prof. Tomasz Zawierucha at the Folkwang University
of the Arts.
Dmytro is a prizewinner of various international competitions, including:
Tallinn 2010”,“Gitas”, Kiev, Ukraine  “Guitar Talent”, Brno, the Czech Republic
Nordhorn International Guitar Competition, Nordhorn, Germany , Asia International Guitar Competition, Bangkok...
He plays concerts as a soloist worldwide, namely in Ukraine, Estonia, Russia, Spain,Portugal, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, France, China, Great Britain.

Mascara Quartet (Slovenia)

The storm of passion and the peace of the ocean, which rests somewhere amid the Iberian Peninsula, South America and their rich folklore, is the musical muse that connects Polona, Timi, Vojko and Mitja. Mascara explores the space inside and outside of the field of classical music; cautiously, respectfully, it colors over the line with a brush of tense strings and the warmth of human voice. Polona Udovič Furlan (voice), Timi Krajnc (guitar), Vojko Vešligaj (guitar) and Mitja Režman (bass guitar)  are classically trained musicians, acclaimed at home and abroad. The Trio is a reflection of their valuable musical experiences and their deep understanding of music, their artistic careers and their intensive work with numerous artists, chamber groups, orchestras, ensembles, in concert halls and at festivals around the world. Their music expresses so powerfully, so directly and so concisely that poignant longing captured on the streets of Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Lisbon... halfway between bordellos and milongas... joy and a sad melancholy feeling...amongst merchants, sailors and African's the music played at night when all kinds of masks are allowed (mascara - Spanish word for mask), the music which comes with moonshine and dies down at daybreak...Musicians are brought together by a historical crossroads and it is here that they meet every night - those who are still around and those who have long since passed away...On a street corner there is still Mascara Cafe...If you get closer, you will here the music of Mariza, Dulce Pontes, Amalia Rodriguies, Astor Piazzolla and of many others... of those who have escaped salon parquet floors and cliches.

Duo Nobili-Tonda (Italy)

Having met among the benches of the Faculty of Musicology in Cremona, Alessandro Nobili (nineteenth-century guitar) and Mario Stefano Tonda (fortepiano) boast an artistic partnership of over ten years; they started their collaboration using modern tools, moving in a repertoire that drew both from the original production for this unusual formation and from the transcriptions made by themselves. Subsequently they focused their attention on the original nineteenth-century repertoire, using period instruments; in this context they have recently designed and implemented a project focused on Rossini's music in vintage transcriptions for guitar and piano: in this program, in addition to some famous overtures of the Pesaro composer, there is also the opportunity to listen to dance arias and some fantasies on themes of his works written by contemporary composers.
Alessandro Nobili plays an anonymous guitar dated 1842, attributable to the French lute school; Mario Stefano Tonda plays a copy of a fortepiano by Anton Walter of 1805.

Aldo Ferrari (Italy)

In Parma, the city where he was born, he studied classical guitar under the guidance of Giampaolo
Bandini, brilliantly graduating at the age of 17 at the Rinaldo Franci Conservatory of
Siena. He continued his studies at the Musical Academy of Pisa, at the Luigi Conservatory
Boccherini di Lucca - where he obtained his biennium with an interpretative-compositional approach with full marks - and at the Estense Music Academy in Varese with Lorenzo Micheli.
He is currently studying at the Segovia Guitar Academy in Pordenone with Paolo
Pegoraro. Considered among the most precocious and talented emerging guitarists, in 2008 he received the first prize at the Young Concertist Selection of Parma, thus obtaining the attention of
criticism and public. Later he was the winner of numerous scholarships and first
award in many national and international competitionsAlready a teacher
at the Italian Center for Salesian Feminine Works in Parma and the Musical Academy
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina of Castel San Giovanni, is now a professor of classical guitar
at the Jean-Baptiste de la Salle Institute in Parma, the Orchestra Amadeus Musical Association
of Fiorenzuola d’Arda and Castell’Arquato, the Musical Association Arti e Suoni of Parma and the
Jacqueline du Pré Music School of Minerbio and Granarolo dell'Emilia. Play one
guitar of the Spanish violin maker Vicente Carrillo "Herencia Mdg" of 2014.

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