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ECTC hosting free Two Guitars classical concert Tuesday

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By ECTC

Andrew Serce and Luca Lampis will present a classical guitar concert at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College Morrison Art Gallery 5 p.m. March 21.

Lampis graduated from the Conservatoire “G. Frescobaldi” in Ferrara, Italy. There, he studied with M. Stefano Cardia ns was selected for three scholarships. In the following years, he improved himself with some of the best international teachers and guitarists taking part of numerous masterclasses throughout Europe, including masters such as: Paolo Pegoraro, Stefano Viola, Paul Galbraith, José Luis Rodrigo, Mark Eden, Walter Zanetti, Mark Ashford, David Russel and Xuefei Yang.

Alongside the course of his classical studies, Lampis continued to explore his curiosity with the acoustic guitar, electric guitar, composition and improvisation.

As a teacher for many years, he has worked for the Palestine National Conservatoire, High School of Music in Ancona, and various junior high schools of music. He is currently teaching at the Musical Institute “F” in Falconara M.ma, Ancona, Italy.

In 2015, he founded the international didactic project C.A.M.P. (Centro Artistico Musicale Professionale-Professional Artistic Music Centre) and the label Sheva Collection which published his first solo album “D’Improvviso” based on extemporaneous improvisations.

Serce began his studies in classical guitar in 2005 at Nazareth College of Rochester earning a Bachelor of Arts in Music in 2010. He moved to Lexington, Kentucky, to continue his studies with professor Dieter Hennings at the University of Kentucky.

During his studies at UK, Serce has been featured in masterclasses with international artists such as David Russel, Marcin Dylla, Zoran Dukić, Thomas Viloteau, Paul O’Dette, Jorge Cabellero, Grisha Goryachev, Randall Avers and Benoît Albert among others.

The concert is free and open to the public.

For more information, contact Andrew Rhinehart at arhinehart0002@kctcs.edu.