Guitare Montreal | Marko Feri

MAY 26 to 28, 2017

Marko Feri

Marko Feri earned his Diploma in Guitar at the “G.Tartini” conservatory in Trieste, in Italy, and then attended several masterclasses with David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, and Alberto Ponce.

He plays regularly in important music festivals in Europe (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, Germany, France, Romania, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, and Hungary), in the USA (GFA 2006, Columbus GA, GFA 2012, Charleston SC, and other festivals in the New York State, in Texas, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee), in Canada (Toronto Guitar Society Series 2011,2012), in Mexico, Australia and Japan, both as a soloist and with chamber music ensembles: with the Gorni Kramer Quartet, in duo with accordeonist Sebastiano Zorza, with flutist Alenka Zupan, with Natissa and Cappella Civica choirs, with jazz singer Martina Feri, with “Concordia Chamber Orchestra” (Operita Maria de Buenos Aires by A.Piazzolla, The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill).

He has recorded several CD’s: “Vivo” (2014) and “Nocturnal” as soloist; “Strolic” (2014) with Natissa choir (music by Sivilotti); “Castelli friulani” (2014) with flutist Nicola Mazzanti (music by Giorgio Tortora); “Notes Vagabondes - Live” and “Modulante” with the Gorni Kramer Quartet; “20th Century Original Works For Flute And Guitar” with Ettore Michelazzi; “Viva Sevilla” with the “Italian Guitar Consort”; “Astor Piazzolla-Orchestral Works” with the Concordia Chamber Orchestra; “Evasion” (music by Piazzolla and Bolling) with Evasion group.

He teaches guitar at the Glasbena Matica “Marij Kogoj” in Trieste-Italy and gives masterclasses in Europe, USA, Canada and Mexico. He is also the art director of the International Guitar Festival “Kras” (Italy/Slovenia).

Marko Feri

Marko Feri earned his Diploma in Guitar at the “G.Tartini” conservatory in Trieste, in Italy, and then attended several masterclasses with David Russell, Manuel Barrueco, and Alberto Ponce.

He plays regularly in important music festivals in Europe (Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Spain, Germany, France, Romania, Bosnia, Serbia, Montenegro, Albania, Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, and Hungary), in the USA (GFA 2006, Columbus GA, GFA 2012, Charleston SC, and other festivals in the New York State, in Texas, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee), in Canada (Toronto Guitar Society Series 2011,2012), in Mexico, Australia and Japan, both as a soloist and with chamber music ensembles: with the Gorni Kramer Quartet, in duo with accordeonist Sebastiano Zorza, with flutist Alenka Zupan, with Natissa and Cappella Civica choirs, with jazz singer Martina Feri, with “Concordia Chamber Orchestra” (Operita Maria de Buenos Aires by A.Piazzolla, The Threepenny Opera by Kurt Weill).

He has recorded several CD’s: “Vivo” (2014) and “Nocturnal” as soloist; “Strolic” (2014) with Natissa choir (music by Sivilotti); “Castelli friulani” (2014) with flutist Nicola Mazzanti (music by Giorgio Tortora); “Notes Vagabondes - Live” and “Modulante” with the Gorni Kramer Quartet; “20th Century Original Works For Flute And Guitar” with Ettore Michelazzi; “Viva Sevilla” with the “Italian Guitar Consort”; “Astor Piazzolla-Orchestral Works” with the Concordia Chamber Orchestra; “Evasion” (music by Piazzolla and Bolling) with Evasion group.

He teaches guitar at the Glasbena Matica “Marij Kogoj” in Trieste-Italy and gives masterclasses in Europe, USA, Canada and Mexico. He is also the art director of the International Guitar Festival “Kras” (Italy/Slovenia).