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Michele Pittaluga International Classical Guitar Competition

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The "Michele Pittaluga" International Classical Guitar Competition is an annual music competition for young classical guitarists held in Alessandria, Italy. It was founded in 1968 and has earned an international reputation, entering membership of the World Federation of International Music Competitions in 1981.

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Founder

The competition was started in 1968 by Dr Michele Pittaluga (b. Jan 1915 - d. June 1995) as the "City of Alessandria Prize", to mark the 800th anniversary of the city. It gained early support from Andrés Segovia and Alirio Diaz.

Winners

Past prizewinners include:

  • Irina Kulikova, 2008
  • Flavio Sala, 2003
  • Marcin Dylla, 2001
  • Goran Krivokapić, 2000
  • Filomena Moretti, 1995
  • Kazuhito Yamashita, 1977
  • References

    Michele Pittaluga International Classical Guitar Competition Wikipedia


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