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Introducing the stunning Martina Difonte



Whether it’s fashion, music or art, the most beautiful things are made in Italy. Martina Difonte is no exception with her rich, powerful vocals, poise and graceful movement, Martina is simply a star of Rome.

One of the most beautiful films ever made, in my humble opinion, is Giuseppe Tornature’s Cinema Paradiso.  Martina’s cover of the Ennio Morricone theme  from the movie is a perfect tribute to this timeless classic.

Martina Difonte
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Martina Difonte

 




Introducing from Italy – Caterina Serpilli – Classical Guitar




Caterina Serpilli is an Italian classical guitarist. She started to play guitar and accordion when she was 12. In 2000 she entered to the Conservatory “G.Rossini ” in Pesaro where she graduated in 2011. In 2010 she also took the degree in Economics at Politecnico delle Marche – “Giorgio Fuà” business college in Ancona.

Ms Serpilli attended as a full student masterclasses with Jason Vieaux, FabioZanon, Giulio Tampalini, Carlos Bonell, Michael Newman, Gaelle Solal MarcinDylla, Oscar Ghiglia and others. From 2011 to 2013 she studied at PreludioCentro Musicale (Bologna) with Walter Zanetti. Currently she is attending theannual masterclass with M° Arturo Tallini (Rome) and from 2012 she is
studying at Guitar Academy “Francisco Tarrega” in Pordenone with Adriano Del Sal.

Learn more about and contact Caterina Serpilli

Caterina Serpilli
Caterina Serpilli



Today’s FFM Stage Belongs to Claudio Fava


Singer songwriter Claudio Fava hails from Milan, Italy with his latest track ‘Hello Hello’. Spread the love by subscribing to Claudio’s Youtube channel and downloading the track at Google Play.

Cantautore milanese, impegnato in una corsa contro il tempo, alla ricerca di suoni parole e melodie senza tempo. “SIAMO TUTTO SIAMO NIENTE”

Claudio Fava on Facebook.

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Much love and happy music making,

Roger Moisan