Giulio De Felice
He has performed numerous concerts in different regions of Italy: the Concerts of Fai, Noah’s Ark of Britten as the first recorder in Teatro Regio, MITO, Organalia ecc. He collaborates as a flutist (flute and recorder) with the Verdi Barocca in Milan, with the baroque orchestra of Gli Invaghiti in Chivasso (TO), Musici di Santa Pelagia, with the Maghini Choir and with the Accademia Del Santo Spirito (Turin). As a founding member of the De Felice-Arata duo (nineteenth-century flute and romantic guitar) and of the La Sérénade trio (flute, voice and guitar), he performed classical and pre-romantic music with great depth and research on many unknown authors. Both with the La Sérénade trio and as a soloist he played in the program “Nessun Dorma” (RAI5). Actually he works as assistant at Basso Continuo class at Genova Conservatorio.
Giulio De Felice
He graduated in classical guitar with top marks from the G. Verdi Conservatory in Turin and in nineteenth century guitar -teachers Claudio Maccari and Paolo Pugliese- from the Civica Scuola di Musica Claudio Abbado in Milan. He Performed in various music festivals and events, including “Fête de la Musique,” “I Venerdì del Fortepiano,” “Mozart on the Road 2014,” the international festival “Six Ways 2016,” the second edition of “Arte alle Corti”, “Back to Bach”, the ancient and modern art fair “Flash Back”,”Incontri Chitarristici e Mandolinistici Bustesi “, “ARTINSCENA”, the “Grandezze e Meraviglie”Early Music Festival, the “Niccolò Paganini Guitar Festival”, the television show “Nessun Dorma” aired at prime time on RAI 5 with the Trio La Sérénade.
As a winner of the 2017 IBLA Grand Prize he performed all around the world in renowned concert halls such as Carnegie Hall in New York, Kioi Hall in Tokyo, Guri Art Hall in Seoul.
.Specialized in playing on period instruments, from the pre-romantic to the romantic period, with particular regard to chamber music and minor authors.