Andrea De Vitis

About Andrea de Vitis


Andrea De Vitis (Rome, 1985) graduated with full marks from the Conservatory “Morlacchi” (Perugia, Italy) in the class of Leonardo De Angelis.

He continued his studies at “Segovia Guitar Academy” (Pordenone, Italy) with Paolo Pegoraro and Adriano Del Sal; he attended masterclasses with Oscar Ghiglia, Carlo Marchione, Arturo Tallini, Pavel Steidl, Frédéric Zigante, Carles Trepat, Piero Bonaguri among others

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Andrea de Vitis - Introduction Lessons

Andrea de Vitis - Etude XVII (L. Brouwer)

In this masterclass, Andrea de Vitis shares technical and musical insights on Leo Brouwer’s Etude XVII. After a brief introduction and musical comparison to Bach’s Chaconne, de Vitis demonstrates proper left hand slurring technique and provides students with an exercise to help develop flexibility in the wrist. He continues by addressing a few of the etude’s musical elements, such as the melodic and harmonic implications that affect the overall dynamic scheme of the piece.

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