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Guitarist and composer, defined by the critics as “extraordinarily talented”, Paolo De Stefano began his musical studies under the guidance of Giuseppe Lanni and Fabio Pellizzari. Then he entered the Conservatoire G. Verdi of Milan, where in 2004 got the degree under the guidance of Mæstro Francesco Biraghi.

In 2001 he founded Duo Eterna with Luigi De Leo. He took part in several national and international guitar competitions and was awarded prizes either as soloist and as a guitar duo. In 2002, with Duo Eterna, he won an audition in the Conservatoire of Milan which gave them the opportunity to take part in the 5th edition of the Valsassina Festival in the province of Lecco. Since then, as a duo, he has been performing in various musical events in Italy and abroad, receiving everywhere unanimous acclaim from audiences.

He attended courses with some of the best known international guitar players such as Lorenzo Micheli, Matteo Mela, Stefano Viola, Paolo Pegoraro, Bruno Giuffredi, Andrea Dieci, Roland Dyens, Carlo Marchione, Andrew Zohn, Richard Todd, Peter and Zoltan Katona, Sérgio & Odair Assad and Jeffrey McFadden. He also attended a course of musical interpretation with the cellist Enrico Bronzi (Trio di Parma).

He worked for several years with the guitar ensemble Sextha Consort of Varese, with whom he recorded an album at the RSI’s studios and a monographic album dedicated to the work of Roland Dyens for guitar ensemble.

He is dedicatee, with Luigi De Leo, of some works by Gianluca Fortino (guitarist / composer) and Clarice Assad (pianist / composer), recorded in the first album of the Duo Eterna, reviewed on Classical Guitar Magazine (UK), Gendai Guitar (Japan), as well as on the online magazine dotGuitar and the Italian Blog Chitarra e dintorni.

Since 2003 he teaches classical guitar at the Niccolò Paganini Music School in Legnano, and teached at the Municipal School of Music in Tradate from 2004 to 2015. He also worked as a teacher and artistic director at the Centro Studi Musicali L’albero delle Note in Pura (Switzerland).

In 2014 he was invited at the Conservatoire of Milan, to give a Concert-Masterclass on The music of Astor Piazzolla.

He attended a Doctorate in Guitar at the Conservatoire Luca Marenzio in Darfo, with Mæstro  Bruno Giuffredi, graduating in 2015 with honors.

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