Exhibitions

 

Saturday July 9 and Sunday July 10, 2022 - I. C. Manzoni

XIII BIENNIAL EXHIBITION OF LUTHERIE FOR GUITAR

Hours: 10.00 - 12.30 / 5.00 pm – 8.00 pm


The luthiers exhibit:


Francesco Bianco - Benevento

Pasquale Casillo - Napoli

Gerardo Centonze – Milano

Tom D'Andrea - Benevento

Marco D'Annibale - Nettuno

Leonardo De Gregorio - Roma

Marco Dissegna – Mestre  

Paolo Falorni – Prato

Sergio Francesca – Benevento

Romano Gambacorta - Roma

Franco Marino - Catania

Eugenio Naso - Bologna.

Edoardo Piccioni - Viterbo

Francesco Pignataro - Cosenza

Umberto Raccis - Alessandria

Bruna Samele & Giuseppe  Scaramuzzi – Bari

Alfonso Savastani – Roma

Antonino Scandurra - Catania

Fabio Schmidt - Lodi

Luca Tallarico - Cosenza

Belisario Verde – Napoli

Silvia Zanchi - Bergamo


Art Communication – Distribuzione Strumenti Musicali
Dynamic Key Guitar – Rutigliano (Ba)


Saturday July 9 - 6.00 pm

Comparative test of the instruments

Guitarist MAK GRGIC

 

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13th Biennial Exhibition of "Liuteria" for Guitar - Mottola (TA) - July 2022

 

XIII Biennial Exhibition of lutherie for Guitar - Mottola (July 9-10, 2022)

The exhibition, an integral part of the 30th edition of the International Guitar Festival of Mottola (July 1-10, 2022), is open to all Italian and international craftsmen producing guitars or similar musical instruments. The instruments shown can be tested both by the visitors who love the six strings and by the professional guitarists who are guests of the festival.

A unique opportunity to meet artisans of an ancient and fascinating profession, able to transform with patience and passion the raw material into an instrument that produces music.

The deadline for registration for the exhibition is June 15, 2022 and each guitar-maker will be included in the Festival program (web page, brochures, flyers and posters). There is no participation fee, every participant can leave his free and anonymous contribution.

Don't hesitate to contact us for further information.

I wait for many of you...

MF Staff