Claudio Ricci graduated in Classical Guitar at the Conservatorio S. Cecilia in Rome.

  • He studied classical guitar with Bruno Porcacchia, Stefano Mastruzzi and Carlo Carfagna.
  • Modern guitar with Nicola Puglielli, Massimiliano Rosati and Stefano Micarelli.
  • He studied Modern Harmony and Arrangement with Andrea Avena and Fabrizio Pieroni.

He collaborated with various music groups, playing in the styles Pop, Rock, Blues, Funky, Latin, Disco, Folk, and played in various formations throughout Italy.

Since 1988 he has been a lecturer of theory and solfeggio, classical and modern harmony, classic and modern guitar, ensemble music laboratories; He also takes care of the preparation of examinations and admission to the Pre-Academic and Academic courses in the Conservatory.

Since 2005 he is a lecturer at the Saint Louis College of Music in Rome, for the subjects: Classical and Modern Guitar, Reading, Theory & Harmony, Solfeggio & Ear training, Laboratori di Musica d’Insieme & Guitar Lab.

He also participated in the realization of their latest recording work and took part in the Contest Musiche Festival 2013 at the Casa del Jazz in Rome.

Claudio Ricci collaborates with the guitarists Valerio Natoli (Samba and Bossa Nova) and Carlo Tondinelli (Jazz) for the Three Guitars event “In Concerto”. Since 2019 he has collaborated with Federico Salvatore, playing with Luigi Zaccheo, Menotti Minervini and Daniele Iacono.


Claudio Ricci

Claudio Ricci
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