Pasquale Vitale

Pasquale Vitale, born in 1997, began to study guitar at the age of 12 under the guidance of Marco Caiazza. In 2014 he attended a Masterclass by Frédéric Zigante and later became his student at the Conservatory of Alessandria. He also attended Masterclasses by international guitar artists, such as Manuel Barrueco, Carlo Marchione, Adriano Del Sal, Marcin Dylla, and Aniello Desiderio. In 2015 he debuted, as young talent, at the prestigious Convegno Michele Pittaluga, and participated again in 2017 to pay tribute to Reginald Smith-Brindle. In the same year, in the context of the International Music day, he was honoured by the Italian Parliament in Rome for winning many international guitar competitions, such as the Anna Amalia Competition for Young Guitarists, Weimar (Germany) and the Mottola International Guitar Competition for Young Guitarists (Italy). Pasquale has performed at numerous festivals including the International Festival Andres Segovia (Madrid and Pescara) and International Guitar Festival - City of Fiuggi.