Claudio Ricci

He graduated in classical guitar at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome. He studied classical guitar with Bruno Porcacchia, Stefano Mastruzzi and Carlo Carfagna. He studied Modern Guitar, with Nicola Puglielli, Massimiliano Rosati and Stefano Micarelli. He studied Modern Harmony and Arrangement with Andrea Avena and Fabrizio Pieroni.

He graduated in classical guitar at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia in Rome.

He studied classical guitar with Bruno Porcacchia, Stefano Mastruzzi and Carlo Carfagna. He studied Modern Guitar, with Nicola Puglielli, Massimiliano Rosati and Stefano Micarelli.

He studied Modern Harmony and Arrangement with Andrea Avena and Fabrizio Pieroni.

He participates in various seminars, lecture-concerts and workshops held by Umberto Fiorentino, Fabio Zeppetella, Marco Manusso, Massimiliano Rosati, Franco Ventura, Paolo Sorge, Andrea Avena, Massimo Fedeli, Fabrizio Cardosa.

He collaborates with various bands touching styles Pop, Rock, Blues, Funky, Latin, Disco, Folk, playing in various formations throughout Italy.

In 1990 he founded with Maurizio Antonini AGENA the group with which he participates, with original songs, in various exhibitions and competitions, including Arezzo Wave, gathering support and positive criticism.

In 1995 plays in S.W.B. Jazz Quartet with Luca De Angelis, Maurizio Antonini and Daniele Basirico.

Since 1988 he has been teaching in various music schools, as regards matters of Musical Theory, Harmony Classical and Modern, Classical Guitar and Modern laboratories Ensemble; care also preparing exams and admissions to courses in Pre-Academic and Academic Conservatory.

Since 2005 he has been teaching at the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome, for the subjects: Classical Guitar and Modern, Reading, Theory & Harmony, Solfeggio & Ear training, workshops Ensemble & Guitar Lab.

He is the author of textbooks: Guitar (multistilistica), Solfeggio Basic (preparatory course), Ear Training 1 & 2 (Professional Course - Level I and II Pre-Academic).

In 2006 he worked with the Chamber Orchestra Musical Metamorphoses, directed by Maestro Piero Caraba.

In 2007 he founded the trio "Bariba" modern-classical training consisting of violin, guitar and bass that re songs, from classical to opera-tango of Piazzolla, not excluding reharmonizations of Latin and American's standards.

In 2007 he collaborated with the songwriter Evandro Gabrieli (live and studio), and the same year he participated in the presentation, held at the House of Jazz, of the album "The Fifth Season" by Roberto Giglio Mastruzzi playing with Stefano, Alessandro Gwis, Francesco Puglisi and Amedeo Ariano.

In 2009 he plays in The Seasons Quartet Group, the project of original songs & funky jazz rock, with Carlo Tondinelli, Fabrizio Nesta and Maurizio Antonini.

Since 2011 he plays in Greenwall in a project that sees the group confronted with a remake of the classic "The Dark Side of the Moon" in a completely new edition, with new arrangements and choreography. Also participates in the making of their latest album to be released in September 2013 and in April of the same group took part in the competition in 2013 Music Festival at the Casa del Jazz in Rome.

In 2013 plays in Musical Priscilla in programming at the Teatro Brancaccio in Rome (a production MAS Music Arts & Show) written by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott and choreographed by Ross Coleman and Andrew Hallsworth, directed by Simon Phillips.

In 2013 records the guitars, the music composed by Roberto Giglio for "Romeo and Juliet" in the stage version in programming at the Globe Theatre in Rome, directed by Gigi Proietti.

 

Discography:

Inventory 95 - UM Records, UMR 1095 Maranatha –

Pauline Publications, PCD 097

Time of Grace - Ed. Paoline,

PCD 120 Counter - Sigla Radio-Radiouno Six

Degrees of Separation - E. Gabrieli Greenwall ... "(outgoing)

 

He plays Richwood G-250-CE



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