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About Giancarlo G.
Giancarlo is a versatile and in-demand saxophone player, he plays all saxophones from the Bass to the Sopranino. Music is his passion, he continues to study and perform all over the world. A renowned performer of classical and contemporary music, he has developed a brilliant instrumental technique.
Giancarlo studied at the Conservatory “A. Casella” of L’Aquila and he took his Masters Degree in 2015. Later, Giancarlo studied with Maestro Federico Mondelci at the “Conservatorio di Musica Gioachino Rossini” of Pesaro, graduating with Laude in 2017. Giancarlo has studied with world famous saxophonists such as Nikita Zimin, Philippe Geiss, Lars Mlekusch, Sergey Kolesov, Hayrapet Arakelyan and Mondelci. Giancarlo founded the respected sax quartet “The 4G” and he has been the solo sax player in the “Musicomix-Orchestra” since 2009. He has performed with countless orchestras and conductors worldwide; both as a soloist or as part of a chamber music formation, he plays in Italy, Malta and China.
Teaching in Saxophone and Music Theory
- Giancarlo teaches saxophone to any students of any age and any ability from beginners to advanced.
- All students are welcome.
- In every lesson, Giancarlo spends time on technique, building your own sound and musical interpretation.
Although a classical saxophonist, Giancarlo is able to teach in many genres. From classical masterpieces to the avant-garde and pieces written in Jazz mode. He doesn’t however, teach Jazz improvisation.
Giancarlo is keen to personalise his approach as far as possible. For beginners, Giancarlo usually starts with a little chat, an essential first step to putting everyone at ease. For intermediate or advanced players, Giancarlo usually prefers to listen to piece of the students choice, to better understand their level and what the next steps are. Giancarlo understands that first lessons can be a daunting experience and does all he can through warmth, encouragement and clear communication to put students at ease.
Beginners need to have their own instrument, usually in the first lesson they learn how to read the musical notation and how to play the first notes on the instrument.