Flavio Nati

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“Flavio Nati is a true musical talent: a refined musician, acute and perceptive. His unvaried concentration of thought and musicality in his performances leave the listeners with a sense of travelling: a travel made into music.”  [Arturo Tallini]

“Flavio is one of those few musicians who encourages you, as a teacher, to be thankful to be able to listen to him. Integrity of thought and creativity in wonderful harmony. I spent some wonderful hours in the company of his art and his amiable personality.”  [Carlo Marchione]

Flavio Nati is one of the most prominent young Romans in the vast European guitar world, where Italy, and Rome in particular, are proving to excel in terms of technical qualities and creative richness in interpretation.”  [Oscar Ghiglia]

Flavio Nati is a very refined musician, intelligent and sensitive. His artistic choices are always very appropriate, both in the program proposals and in the instrumental realization, always suitable for an authentic expressive research. An artist to follow!” [Paolo Pegoraro]

“I’d like to express my appreciation for Flavio Nati […] for his beautiful performance of J.S. Bach’s music that I could sum up in the words elegance, sobriety, umility: a demonstration of musical taste that I find more and more rarely today.”  [Lucio Dosso]

Flavio Nati is an Italian classical guitarist, appreciated for his “maturity and quality of the highest level” whose concerts have been described as “an authentic experience for the various styles masterfully performed”. He is been awarded at more than 30 guitar competitions worldwide and nominated Golden Guitar 2016 as best up-and-coming guitarist at “Michele Pittaluga” Guitar Convention. Since then, he has been performing concerts and teaching in masterclasses in many countries across Europe, Asia and America.

“Maturity and quality of the highest level […] an authentic experience for the various styles masterfully performed.”  [Diaro de Àvila 2015]

“A great quality concert featuring a young Roman talent who performed the program with an unfailing and elegant way, with a technique at the service of music.”  [Lodi, 2018]

“The very young performer proposed a program where the technique was often superior to everything else, showing himself at ease and highlighting a versatility such as to be able to range from Bach to contemporary authors such as Vassiliev.”  [Naples, 2016]