Angela Tagliariol

Her main interest has always been teaching, to which she has dedicated herself with enthusiasm and devotion for more than 25 years. She has held various courses, masterclass and chamber music workshops and is guitar teacher at the “Giuseppe Lozer” Secondary School in Pordenone.

She is the creator and manager, together with her husband Paolo Pegoraro, of the Segovia Guitar Academy in Pordenone. Apart from the customary lessons for the instrument, numerous other activities are organized from the harmonious team of teachers: concerts, workshops, guitar ensemble, seminars, all with a view to encouraging the artistic and cultural growth of the pupils in the widest and most complete sense possible.

Her pupils have been winners of first prizes at national and international competitions, according to age group, and she has received numerous awards in recognition of her work.

Over the years she has made many concert performances especially in chamber music groups such as guitar duos, trios and quartets, flute and guitar duo, flute, clarinet and guitar trio, and voice and guitar duo with the Japanese soprano Chizuko Yoshida, winning First and Second Prizes at the Stresa, Genova, Foggia and Viareggio Competitions.

With the “Italian Guitar Consort” and the soprano Lorna Windsor, she has also performed in a great many concerts and has recorded the CD “Viva Sevilla” published by the Guitart magazine. Her performances in important cities both in Italy and abroad such as Arezzo, Verona, Genova, Bari, Rome, Parma, Buffalo and Toronto have always been met with extremely favourable acclaim by music critics and the general public alike.

Born in Pordenone, she obtained her diploma in guitar with honors under the guidance of Maestro Tommaso De Nardis and her diploma in the Didactics of Music at the “Benedetto Marcello” Conservatoire in Venice.

During the years immediately following her studies, she attended various specialisation courses held by such famous names in the international concert world as Guillermo Fierens, Manuel Barrueco and David Russell, where she was always noted for being one of the best students.

She then took part in a large number of masterclasses, courses and workshops in the most diverse musical fields, from didactics to the analytical study of style and interpretation, all of crucial importance to her musical training.